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dj supermarkt

(tastemaker, dj, blogger, labelboss and winemaker)

does the international “Yacht-Pop” blog:

how do you are? (

just started his new record-label:

how do you are?

(first release in april/may 2014: Various artists: TOO SLOW TO DISCO, a compilation of late 70s west coast yacht pop)

sometimes makes wine here:

mas d*intras (

is part of the Berlin clubber-blog:

berlin battery (

(with Shir Khan, Jack Tennis and Ben Mono)

and is one half of::

- le hammond inferno (

- bungalow records (

started his “professional” Dj career in 1994 (as le hammond inferno), so it is his 20th anniversary as a DJ

dj-style: Party entertainment one man show! Guaranteed to move your feet and put a smile on your face!

the style changes a lot, because as a tastemaker he gets bored very fast, at the moment it’s a mix of modern funky electronic disco with late seventies west coast sunshine softrock-disco!

the spanish festival benicassim once called his dj-style: Disco Hooligans.

Le Hammond Inferno. Bungalow Records. Berlin Battery. How Do You Are?. Das dürfte genügen, um sich die musikalische Qualität von Marcus Liesenfeld alias DJ Supermarkt vor Augen zu führen. Er ist bekannt und berüchtigt als jemand, der Musik lange vor anderen entdeckt und dann auf seinen diversen Kanälen (blogs, dj-sets, label, veranstaltungen) unter die Leute bringt. Die Berliner Zeitschrift ZITTY setzte ihn mal auf Platz 33 der 50 Gründe, warum Berlin so besonders ist. Er ist Regelmäßiger Gast in den Top Ten der beliebtesten deutschen Djs des Intro-magazins. Er ist seit Jahren Resident Dj des MELT- und des BERLIN FESTIVALS. Er hat sowohl vor 5 Leuten auf den Klos der meisten illegalen Clubs Berlins aufgelegt, als auch die Bühne auf Europas größten Festivals mit Bands wie Morrissey, Phoenix, Hot Chip, Mika, Blur etc… vor bis zu 35.000 Menschen geteilt. Auf seinen Geschmack kann man sich seit nunmehr 20 Jahren verlassen. Kein Wunder, dass er mittlerweile die Hälfte des Jahres auf einem kleinen Weingut im Süden Frankreichs ganz besondere Weine produziert.

Dj Supermarkt has deejayed every continent and there already played clubs like:

Fabric and Cargo in London; Rio, Picknick, Villa, Volksbühne, Maria, Tresor, WMF (u.a.) in Berín; Uebel & Gefährlich und Pudel in HamburgNitsa in Barcelona, Nasti and Lowclub in Madrid, Magazzini Generali in Milano, Shibuya On Air in Tokyo, Metro in Kyoto, Zouk in Singapore, Territoria and Justo in Moscow, Flex in Vienna, Lux in Lisboa, Atomic Café in Munich, Paradiso & Melkweg in Amsterdam, Batofar in Paris, Secs Pompeia in Sao Paulo… and many many more…

and Festivals like:

FIB Benicassim (6 times), Primavera Sound (5 times), Sónar Barcelona (2 times), Melt Festival (every time, resident-dj), Berlin Festival (almost every year), Fusion Festival (3 times), Sputnik Open Air, Sonne Mond Und Sterne, IslaDeEncanta Mallorca, Benidorm Music Meeting, Foc & Sound de Moncofa, Jazz & Groove Dresden, Drum Inside Festival, Popkomm, Pop Up Festival in Germany and Fundao Imago Festival in Portugal, Meg Montreal, Spring One Austria, Transmusicales France… and many more….

remixes for:

Katerine, Saint Etienne, Jeans Team, Stereo Total, Algora, Knarff Rellöm trinity, Captain Future, Pizzicato Five, 5th Garden, Fantastic Plastic Machine, Neil & Iraiza, Jim Avignon, Gautsch, Andreas Dorau, Herbert Groenemeyer, Experimental Pop Band, Blochin 81, Balanco, Baxendale, Montefiori Cocktail, Righeira, Tolcha, Ragazzi

DAZED & CONFUSED (r.i.p.!): …one of the minds behind the eclectic Bungalow Records and one half of Berlin quirk-house outfit Le Hammond Inferno, who, with his musical soulmate Holger Beier, has created the most unusual, inspiring record to be released in the UK so far this year. ‘My First Political Dance Album’ is a swirl of eighties synth, vocoded vocals, humming basslines and booming house beats. It also contains the most fantastic tongue-in-cheek lyrics, delivered in the same endearingly naïve English that has made Air the epitome of continental-chic. This is exemplified in electro-funk single ‘Move Your MP3’ which features the chorus, ‘put your left hand in the air / put your MP3 in your underwear’.

drowned in sound:

By far the best festival i ever been to so far, was dissapointed with kills, but only added to the Racontuers brilliance! also was amazed by My morning jacket who i hadn’t seen before. Some other first timers who impressed were Yelle, viva la fete AND DJ Supermarkt!! what a set!!