Dynamic in Frankfurt’s dance music picture because the early ’90s, techno manufacturer and DJ Chris Liebing released productions for several labels — Sound, Clau, Molecular, Molecular, Primate, his very own C.L.R., and many others — through the entire past due ’90s and early 2000s. In 2005, he caused Speedy J on Collabs 3000: Metalism, released on Novamute.
Full Name Chris Liebing
Profession Disc jockey, Music Producer, Radio personality
Music Songs Bangbop, Turbular Bell, Auf und ab, Puckelbop, American Madness, Tunox, Dandu Groove, Triflon, Disorder and Chaos, Auf und davon, Drumcook, Trikco, Turbular Chord, Acid Trezcore, Analogon, Modish Ride, Paradox Behaviour, Discombobulated, Random Process, Cream 3, Geushky at Night, Pingpong Pineapple, Trezcore, Eventide, Hilt, Collabs 300, Volvic Addict, Soulseek, Next Try EP, BBC 2, Manic Times Square Preacher, Drum Kitchen
Albums Collabs 3000: Metalism, Analogon E.P., Auf... EP, Stigmata 1/10, Evolution, Chris Liebing Live in Beograd, Early Works, Collabs 301, Advanced Audio E.P., The Order Of Art, Auf und... Remixed, No Time to Waste E.P., Chord Dive / Master Malt / Drum Kitchen, Audio Labelcompilation 1 & 2 (disc 2: Labelcompilation 2), U60311 Compilation: Techno Division, Volume 1, Drumcook, Coffeebar / Teeroom, Dadli / Wada, Locke, Koller, Collabs 300, The Remixes: Part 3, Season 2 the Complete Collection (disc 1)
Nominations DJ Award for Best Techno
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