The Los Angeles based dublab radio collective and the Goethe-Institut Los Angeles collaborated to offer a wide-spectrum survey of German sounds.
This web radio theme-stream showcases creative waves of German music from the past, present and future.
Culled from dublab’s deep audio archives come exclusive DJ sets, live performances, and interviews featuring some of the most influential and talented figures in progressive German music like Pole, Jazzanova, Mouse on Mars, Gudrun Gut, DJ Koze, Pluramon, Thomas Fehlmann, Ulrich Krieger, Cluster, Manuel Göttsching (Ash Ra Tempel), Oval and dozens more.
Alongside these incredible archives enjoy freshly recorded profiles of influential German record labels like AtaTak, Sky, ZickZack, Kompakt, Crippled Dick and revolutionary music movements as well as a wealth of information and web-links to spark your continued exploration of Germany’s rich, modern musical heritage.
Tune into “A German Sound Exploration” theme-stream and enjoy this offering of archived sessions.
A German Sound Exploration
Dublab’s mission is to share beautiful music via the world’s best djs. What you hear on dublab crosses genres and defies classification. Unlike traditional radio, the dublab djs have total freedom of selection. You will experience many different sounds, but find they all have the same soulful root.
Dublab has extended their creative action to include art exhibits, film projects, event production and record releases.
This collective of the planet’s most progressive music selectors has arguably become Los Angeles' first adress when it comes to music and the dublab soundsystem has been featured at the following venues amongst many others: MOCA, LACMA, Barnsdall Art Park, Art Center College of Design, Architecture and Design Museum Los Angeles, The Getty Center, The Page Museum - La Brea Tar Pits, Walt Disney Concert Hall, UCLA/Hammer Museum, Hollywood Bowl, Natural History Museum of LA County, El Rey Theatre ...
Whether bringing dance floors to a boil, exploring magic experimentalism or spinning far-out, eclectic sets the dublab soundsystem reflects all shades of future roots sound.