Christian Nielsen "Homeland EP"
Give it up for Kling Klong's latest signing Christian Nielsen. It is a big honour for Martin Eyerer & Rainer Weichhold to have this first class producer from Copenhagen on board since they are both fans of Christian's other releases on Play it Down, Kompakt, Noir etc.
In these 4 tracks he shows his full diversity from detroitish techno to jacking house and that's why we love him.
Some early dj-reactions
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Biography Christian Nielsen
Danish DJ and producer Christian Nielsen, is a rare commodity in the world of House and Techno. While other producers might pander to the masses, Nielsen, never opts for a novelty approach, instead carving his own successful niche in a constant jostle for dance floor play. Danish producer, Christian Nielsen is an artist who has seemed to come out of nowhere. Working in an office by day and developing his musical craft by night. That said, his sound is a classic one, and one which has already made him popular – most notably on Kompakt, Noir, Play It Down, Kling Klong and Of Unsound Mind.
Nielsen, however, is no flash in the pan, and is a producer who knows his way around the studio and has evolved musically buying tracks and studying legends like Kerri Chandler, Jimpster, Mr. V, Master At Work, Larry Heard, Moodymann and the late Frankie Knuckles. A firm advocate of dance-floor ready house, Nielsen is one of the most interesting producers to arrive on our radar for some time, and if you’re a fan of electronic music, then you’ll no doubt be aware that we’re dealing with a man who’s stock is firmly on the rise.
Biography Kling Klong
Martin Eyerer's & Rainer Weichhold's Kling Klong Records started in 2005 and quickly became one of the world's leading club labels with groundbreaking releases from Oliver Klein, Namito, Kaiserdisco, Martin Dawson, Dusty Kid, Hermanez, Anton Pieete, Chase Buch & Nick Olivetti, Heartik ... and of course the two labelowners themselves. But it's not only about single releases as Kling Klong also put out the debut albums from Martin Eyerer, Namito and Oliver Klein with big success.