Florian Stuetzer aka ‘Florist’ will be providing the guest mix this week bringing his trademark deep funky sound to the Gulshick Studios.
Originally a hip hop enthusiast/DJ he found his true calling at a Techno party in a German bunker in 1996. Since the discovery of this electronic art-form he has focussed his attention on the driving sound of german techno and started to collect obscure and rare records.
As his tastes grew he started producing his own take on techno; concentrating mainly on the hardware side of things rather than the swamped market of over produced computer music. You can hear the detroit influences throughout his releases as his deep funky tracks have caught the attention of the scenes big players.
his latest release on ‘Groove Division’ sees Florist take the expected deep minimal vibe with experimental influences as the germans do best.Veranda blends drums and textures of techno with beautiful piano melodies and peaceful atmospheres. M.I.T. succeeded to absorb this idea and make a beautiful remix in its own style.
Check him out on beatport, soundcloud, facebook and all good record stores.
Strange Things Are Afoot – Chymera
One House (Tanka Remix) – Lokiboi
Knots – Fur
II – Temples
Knots – Fur
I Want To Feel – Myakkah
The Beat Drops feat. Jules Born (Extended Version) – Tanner Ross, Deniz Kurtel
Southern Wild (Original Mix) – Steve Longwill
Confetti (Dachshund Remix) – Kameleon
William’s Trainers (Original Mix) – Huxley, Sam Russo
Tinto (Original Mix) – Reset Robot
Underlight – Original Mix – Patrick Di Stefano
So Good (Russ Yallop Remix) – Louie Fresco
Apple Bottoms (Original Mix) – Sepehr
Twerk Feat. DJ Funk (Original Mix) – DJ Funk, Zombie Disco Squad
Be Undone (Original Mix) – STP
La Sirena Negra (Original Mix) – Nu
Go Loose feat. Rachele (Original) – Benno Blome, Rachele
With Hindsight Feat. Nick Maurer (Original Mix) – Nick Maurer, Monika Kruse
GUEST MIX – FLORIST (GROOVE DIVISION/BAUMHAUS LABEL)
‘both sides of weather’ – Exclusive guest mix for Gulshick Radio
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