DJ Hell comes back with his 5th album, after a 8 years release break

DJ Hell comes back with his 5th album, after a 8 years release break
3 April 2017 ben

DJ Hell comes back with his 5th album, after a 8 years release break

This year, DJ Hell is getting back to work on his International Deejay Gigolo label. A return with a bang was announced last Christmas with the release of the single, “I Want U”, in collaboration with Tom Of Finland, for which a series of T-shirts is for sale on DJ Hell’s Single Pattern shop.

Anticipated for the 28th April, Zukunftsmusik is “a personal, ambitious and provocative disc” for the artist.

When we trace DJ Hell’s journey, there is good reason to look forward to the idea of ​​discovering his fifth long format. Started in 1992 with the famous “My Definition Of House Music”, the exponential career of the German DJ and producer has set a benchmark all around the world. The artist is currently celebrating the twentieth anniversary of his label, with gigs all around Europe.

While DJ Hell has been less prolific these last few years, he has only been more long-awaited, and Zukunftsmusik could well be a new milestone after more than thirty years of his career.. Melodic, rich, vocal, overpowering or instrumental, that’s what could be said about DJ Hell’s fifth album. Consisting of thirteen unique songs and two bonus tracks, Zukunftsmusik is actually a disc in its own right, a piece of work that is different from what we had been able to hear previously. “Car Car Car”, the next single from the album, will make it possible to calm even the most impatient until the release of the disc on the 28th April on International Deejay Gigolo Records.

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