With nearly 30 years of experience in music, Chris Liebing has done it all. As a DJ, producer, radio host, label boss and nightclub owner, the German’s influence has reached all corners of the globe.
Having released his last single in 2010, Liebing has since dedicated himself to revolutionising his DJ sets and spreading the techno gospel, using the club as his church. His sole purpose is immersing his dancefloor and making them forget their outside worries.
“You might enter the club with your own problems,” Liebing said. “Work issues, problems at home, whatever. You might try to solve your problems in different ways, for example, alcohol or other substances. Or you can come onto the dancefloor, let everything go and work it out through the music.”
“Nothing against drops and good moments but you want to get the crowd into such a different world that they forget where they are and why they wanted to go and they find themselves like, ‘What just happened? What was that?’”
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