MATRIXSYNTH: Vermona DRM1 played in a Jeff Mills Style! Live Programming and dirty Techno Jam with Stefan Braatz!

Saturday, November 27, 2021

Vermona DRM1 played in a Jeff Mills Style! Live Programming and dirty Techno Jam with Stefan Braatz!

video upload by Wine&Synths

"Stefan quickly discovered the new old suitcase in the studio I unboxed last week. And he was not to stop! Here are his first steps with the legendary Vermona DRM1 vintage drum machine made in GDR in 1987! In order to have some extra fun, he hooked it up with an Electro Harmonix "Big Muff Bass Pi". Bam!

TR-909 or TR-808 may be cool, but this is a unicorn! :-)

In this video again, I welcome my old friend Stefan Braatz, who is widely renowned for being highly addicted to all those machines with a *0* in the middle. This made him produce a multitude of records and remixes all along through the world of 'traditional' house music between Berlin and Chicago. Back in the late nineties he established his emblematic imprint 'Adapter-Records' which soon became cult on vinyl. Nowadays, Stefan is releasing on labels like Pokerflat, Robsoul, Exploited, Kingstreet, Nite Grooves and SoulDeep and remixing and producing with artists like Tyree Cooper, Oliver Dollar, Lady B, Eric D. Clark, Merwyn Sanders from Chicagos’ Virgo Four amongst many others!"

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