Rainer Trüby and Richard Dorfmeister at NuTeras
Sometimes interesting locations surprise with interesting bookings. NuTeras as one of the most chic locations to enjoy the sunset over Istanbul’s breathtaking silhouette trumps with two musical connoisseurs on Friday, 6 June 2014.
Rainer Trüby will take over the evening session with mixing a supplemental musical cocktail that goes down as smooth as the sun. His more than 20 years experience behind the wheels of steel dates back to residencies in the early ’90s as at Ali and Basti Schwarz’s club ON-U in Stuttgart/Germany where he mixed Soul, Funk, Hip-Hop, Jazz and/or Acid Jazz from legendary labels like Gilles Peterson’s Talkin’ Loud Records. Being one of the first members of Germany’s Compost label, he founded later together with Christian Prommer and Roland Appel the Trüby Trio that caused severe waves in the music scene with its remixes for Frederic Galliano, Thievery Corporation, Bebel Gilberto, Wagon Cookin´ and many more. He is offering Black Forest hikers an exceptional variety since more than 17 years with his Root Down parties at Waldsee in Freiburg and hosted international renowned DJs like Theo Parrish, Laurent Garnier, Gilles Peterson, Dixon, Âme, Solomun, Peter Kruder, Axel Boman and Jimpster among others.
Right with the nightfall Richard Dorfmeister, founder of G-Stone label and one of half of legendary duo Kruder & Dorfmeister, will join Trüby at the mixer. The Viennese artist revolutionised together with Peter Kruder the laid-back electronic music scene with their G-Stoned EP, their DJ-Kicks compilation as well as their legendary K&D Sessions remixes compilation among others. At the same time, he teamed up with school friend and classical music composer Rupert Huber for Tosca that is known for its laid-back and jazz-influenced releases. Among Dorfmeister’s collaboration partners are also Madrid De Los Austrias and the outcome of their joint forces is purely dance floor oriented emphasising the timing of Dorfmeister’s night shift just as ideal.
Rainer Trüby (Germany)
Richard Dorfmeister (Austria)