- ArtistFelix Kröcher
- CategoriesPodcasts – Electronic Groove
- File Size55 Mb
- File FormatMp3
With his very own interpretation of techno he presents the zeitgeist in a way that does not care about trend but prefers to create new ones. His dance floor sound – first presented at the legendary U60311 in his home town – is alive at the really big festivals and the most famous clubs.
Events on German soil such as Time Warp, SonneMondSterne, NATURE ONE and MAYDAY are his constant hosts. Felix Kröcher also has frequent appearances at large international events such as the WIRE festival in Japan, the Nocturnal in the USA, Urban Art Forms and RaveOnSnow in Austria or Awakenings and Amsterdam Dance Event in the Netherlands. His success shows that he is right: he enjoys a growing fan base around the globe. It’s not only since the release of his highly-acclaimed album “LÄUFT” in 2011 and the subsequent world tour that the name Felix Kröcher stands for high-quality techno made in Germany. Releases on labels such as Monika Kruse’s Terminal M or Coyu’s Suara garnered a lot of attention.
Moreover, Felix Kröcher has reached a lot of listeners with his own radio show at Germany’s most important channel for electronic music Sunshine Live since 2004. This is where he doesn’t only present his own work but also the latest and greatest from the widespread field of techno releases every Wednesday evening. For a few months, Felix has hosted another radio show that reaches 70 international radio stations around the globe, growing.
Felix Kröcher stands for lived out techno with a special feeling and a large portion of passion. He is an artist with a keen sense of vibes and upcoming trends and thus a true master of his trade. Both his broad musical know-how and his friendly personality make him a true magnet for the audience and gained him numerous top positions in the yearly votings of pertinent medias within the scene. You will certainly continue to hear a lot from Felix Kröcher when it comes to fresh, long-lasting and high-quality techno.