Lützenkirchen is a prolific and stylistically wide-ranging techno maker/DJ located in Munich who have rose to popularity in the golf club picture of his homeland through the mid- to past due 2000s with popular paths such as for example “Daily Disco” and specifically “Drei Tage Wach.” Created Tobias Lützenkirchen, he started liberating his productions through the past due ’90s under several aliases on several brands; actually, it’s challenging to take into account his activity out of this period due to his seemingly unlimited selection of aliases as well as the obscurity of a number of the brands for which these were used. He produced his debut as basically Lützenkirchen in 2005 using the 12″ EP launch Daily Disco on Great Stuff Recordings, the label of Munich DJ/maker Tomcraft. The monitor became a golf club anthem, showing up on over six combine albums, including produces by Ministry of Sound (Clubbers Instruction Ibiza ’05, 2005) and Global Underground (Lighting Out 3, 2005), and it had been remixed by Berlin manufacturer Boys Noize, thus associating Lützenkirchen using the modern electro scene after that growing fashionable. Extra 12″ EP produces by Lützenkirchen on Great Stuff Recordings implemented, including Counterfunk (2005), Knight Goes (2006), Ultrashift/The Killer (2006), Music for girls (2007), and Paperboy (2008). Furthermore to these Great Stuff produces, Lützenkirchen remixed some monitors for the label, including Coburn’s “Provide Me Like” (2006), Micky Monzza & Joseph Disco’s “Jump Baby” (2007), and Tomcraft’s “Boogie Evenings” (2008). His result wasn’t limited by just one single label, nevertheless, as he created and remixed monitors for a number of imprints, a few of them quite high-profile (e.g., his 2006 remix of John Digweed’s “Warung Seaside”). In 2007 Lützenkirchen founded his very own label, System B Recordings, which he released 12″ EPs offering productions by several performers with whom he’s affiliated aswell as himself. Along with his rise in recognition came produces of a more substantial scale, like the blend recording Electro Meals:1 (2007) as well as the full-length recording Pandora Electronica (2008), the second option which features his Best 20 hit solitary “Drei Tage Wach,” released previous in the entire year on Stil Vor Skill, the label of Oliver Koletzki.