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Benjamin Fröhlich

Located in Munich, Germany, Benjamin Fröhlich is among the co-founders of acclaimed neo-disco/home label Permanent Holiday. Fröhlich and Tom Bioly set up the label through the summer months of 2006, launching a multitude of spacy, atmospheric dance music intensely motivated by Balearic, Italo-disco, Krautrock, and early home music. The duo released a unitary as Just Fools and Horses, usually using the Long lasting Vacation moniker because of its recordings (including a cooperation with Kathy Gemstone) and DJ mixes. The duo was in charge of compiling and blending the label’s many compilations, furthermore to remixing music by Woolfy vs. Projections, Azari & III, Kasper Bjørke, among others. Fröhlich initial began releasing materials under his very own name in 2014, when he as well as the Drifter (Tag Flynn) created the one “Waterville.” Fröhlich’s debut single EP, Rude Actions, made an appearance in 2016, with Rude Remixes pursuing in 2017.

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