I’m based in Berlin (Neukölln) and will be selling some records in the coming months.

Local pick-up is preferred. i am friendly and punctual (or do my best to be so:)

i will do my best to respond to any inquiries as soon as possible:) if you've got questions about an item, or would like photos, just ask!

most of my records are in great audible condition - i use good cartridges/styli and handle the records with care. most of the ones i'm selling i've not played a lot, so they're in great sonic condition. some have small marks on the disc where a sticker once lived. sadly this has left some discolouration on the centre labels (though usually quite minor). i will say so when this is the case.

if you're looking to combine an order, and would like some recommendations on the stock for sale, feel free to ask - i'm not selling a huge quantity of records, and i know the collection quite well. i'm selling them, as i plan to move countries at the end of the year, so need to make some space in the collection!

I'm a dj and producer and fan living in Berlin. Mostly I use discogs to research and buy records. Recently I have also listed a few records for sale. Therefore, my seller rating is low. Despite this, I am trustworthy. I have been adding to the discogs community since I was 16 (2004) and I will continue to do so.

ciao fo now:)
Recent Activity
posted a comment on The Chemical Brothers - No Geography. 9 days ago
long live the Chemical Brothers! ...such consistency across their output (especially if you consider 'unpredictable' as a trait of theirs).... how lucky we are to have them:)

No Geography would be a nice album to candy-flip to. look forward to getting ... See full review
posted a comment on Various - Things Have Changed EP. 21 days ago
typo on the 12"? listed as "1900 As In Gold Was Born"..... mmmm! is it a reference to a late gold rush or the 90's rave scene...? more likely the latter!
posted a review of MFB - Go Downtown / Go Kent Town. 22 days ago
the b-side, Go Kent Town, is very loveable... broken, swimming, loose jazzy breaks, with a touch of 'Strings of Life'-vibe thrown in. worth the price of admission alone, esp at the prices it's now going for!

what happened to Untzz? has been quiet of ... See full review
posted a comment on KH* - Only Human. 23 days ago
probably cause the industry doesn't know how else to 'push' the sounds to a solid (consumerist) audience and get a decent return per unit.... maybe? CD sales are dead (or dying - but good for snagging bargains;) - and as far as i know, none of the ... See full review
posted a review of KH* - Only Human. 23 days ago
Kieran, under all his various aliases, is pretty-friggin-brilliant... and probably one of the nicest people in the bizz... here's a real ear-worm of a choon. lovely stuff to tear up the 'floor... almost has a psytrance/proggy touch to the kick and bass - ... See full review
posted a comment on Com Truise - In Decay. 8 months ago
dear ghostly, please re-press a bunch of these:) would love to have a copy without it hurting so much... plus a copy that's not too expensive to actually play out and be enjoyed up loud, that would be excelllllent:)

cheeeers:)
posted a review of DJ Tonka - Phun-Ky. 11 months ago
this record's got it all... rolling bass, tha boom boom boom, broken interludes, soaring highs.... poifect dancefloor material:)

20+ years and it's still a winner
posted a comment on Kassem Mosse - Disclosure. over 2 years ago
hmmmm Bleep's got previews for all the tracks... so i think side D should have some grooves in da wax
submitted Kindred Sol - Within Without / Collectively Conscious. over 2 years ago
posted a comment on Mount Kimbie - Crooks & Lovers. over 3 years ago
curious question; does anyone know who or what the 'Bear' in 'Ode to Bear' refers to? Is it a reference to Owsley Stanley?

since its release, Crooks & Lovers has been one of my favourite LPs. I remember vividly the first time I heard it (thanks, ... See full review
posted a comment on Ajukaja & Andrevski - Rare Birds EP. over 5 years ago
a classy piece of wax. if anyone has a copy collecting dust, PM me and i'll happily take it off your hands.
posted a comment on Dominik Eulberg - Diorama. over 7 years ago
For me, this is right up there with Minilogue's 'Animals' LP (in terms of quality - both releases have their own distinct sound).Definitely a masterpiece.

A really well-constructed album in terms of a musical journey, from beginning to end.

I'd love ... See full review
posted a comment on Henry Saiz - They Came From The Light. over 9 years ago
They Came From The Light (Original Mix)

In two words: Wow.... whaat?

I can't remember the last time I've had this kind of reaction to a track (maybe since fist hearing Hybrid's 'Gravastar' or James Holdens' 'A Break In The Clouds', or James Zabiela's ... See full review
posted a review of Norman Cook featuring Lester* - For Spacious Lies. over 10 years ago
While 'Spacious Lies' is far from Norman Cook's best production (think: hip house meets ballad style pop. Yes, it's that bad), this release is not a complete write off.

B1 is an instrumental version of his Beats International hit 'Dub Be Good to Me' ... See full review
posted a review of Hugg & Pepp - Elektrofant EP. over 10 years ago
Heads up! Heads up! Solid EP alert!

This one is a keeper. Each piece has such a distinct personality, yet they all tie together so well, clearly of the same family. Basically summarised as follows:

Babar: hyped up on the red cordial, this one is ... See full review
posted a review of Charlie May vs. Sasha - Seal Clubbing. over 10 years ago
Well I guess one man's trash really is another's treasure.

Im of the exact opposite opinion to Turnoff. I think James Zabiela has excelled here. He takes the original track and turns it into a techy monster (albeit a goofy, friendly one) which teases ... See full review
posted a review of Red Robin & Jakob Hilden* - Metro Gold. over 11 years ago
Dandelion is one hell of a tough track.Though highly repetitive, it features a chunky groove that - when it drops, with a belching sound not too far from Claude Von Stroke's "Deep Throat" - packs a hell of a punch.

However, it's the B side, ... See full review
posted a review of Midnight Juggernauts - Midnight Juggernauts. over 11 years ago
The Juggernauts are starting to make quite the name for themselves here in Australia, with many members of the local media claiming their debut album (Dystopia - scheduled for international release in 2008) is the album of the year.... and listening to ... See full review
posted a review of Dizzee Rascal - Flex. over 11 years ago
Heads up!
DJ Q's remix is out of control! Total speed garage animal. It takes the original (already a pretty tough sounding tune) and turns it into an absolute monster. Highly recommended (enjoy it while you can, cause Im sure it will be played to ... See full review
posted a review of Jürgen Paape - Nord Nord-West. over 11 years ago
Without a doubt, 'West' is the standout tune on this EP. While 'Nord' and 'Nord-West' aren't bad, 'West' makes them look really dull.
It starts off with his usual refined beat, then a couple of little synths hint at what's to come, before a killer synth ... See full review
posted a review of Pizzaman - The Very Best Of Pizzaman. over 11 years ago
This CD demonstrates a side to Norman Cook's production skills not often seen (though it definitely sounds as though John Reid, involved with the Nightcrawlers' massively popular - and wonderful - "Push The Feeling", had a strong ... See full review
posted a review of Nick Skitz - Skitzmix 10. over 11 years ago
The Skitzmix series are the kind of CDs many electronica fans would probably be too embarrassed to admit that they were/are fans of (at least to their fellow elitist, electronic-loving buddies). But for many kiddies who came of age around the late 90s or ... See full review
posted a review of Nick Skitz - Skitzmix 17. over 11 years ago
The Skitzmix series are the kind of CDs many electronica fans would probably be too embarrassed to admit that they were/are fans of (at least to their fellow elitist, electronic-loving buddies). But for many kiddies who came of age around the late 90s or ... See full review
posted a review of Nick Skitz - Skitzmix 9. over 11 years ago
Ahhh... this is where my foray into harder dance (of the 4/4 beat variety) began. The Skitzmix series are the kind of CDs many electronica fans would probably be too embarrassed to admit that they were/are fans of (at least to their fellow elitist, ... See full review
posted a review of Freddy Fresh - Still / The Joint. over 12 years ago
This mix is way underrated!
Anyone who digs Freddy Fresh's "B-boy Stance" mixed CD will love this too (and vice versa). Both CDs are great collections of predominately old school hip hop tunes. However, this one delves into some disco beats at points ... See full review
posted a review of X-Press 2 - Makeshift Feelgood. over 12 years ago
This album definitely deserves a higher rating. I think it's a brilliant, and well-rounded musical adventure. It mainly covers various different house genres, but also morphs into an electro pop style with 'Light My Soul' and 'Last Man' (both songs ... See full review
posted a review of R.L. Burnside - Come On In. over 12 years ago
This is a brilliant blues-based album. R.L. Burnside has that typical old blues sound (and it sounds great) but then on several of the tracks a strong electronic element is added... and it works really well!

The live version of Come On In (track 2) is ... See full review
posted a review of Sugarhill Gang - Rapper's Delight (Hip Hop Remix '89). over 12 years ago
In my opinion Ben Liebrand's remix is - and Im sure many hip hoppers would beat me down for saying this - better than the original. While I love the original, just as anyone who's into oldschool hip hop does, this version increases the 4/4 beat element ... See full review
posted a review of Various - Ministry Of Sound: House Classics. over 12 years ago
Personally, I find this mixed CD a great example of the House sound that was popular in certain places during the early 90s. For those of us too young to remember it, this is a great way to go back and hear what it sounded like.

This is house when it ... See full review
posted a review of Armand Van Helden - My My My. over 12 years ago
My My My is, without doubt, the worst track I've ever heard Armand Van Helden. I guess it just shows that no one's perfect, as this man has a brilliant track-record apart from this tune.
For reasons unbeknownst to me, it has become quite a popular ... See full review
posted a review of Brandon Block And Alex P - Clockwork Orange: The Ibiza Experience. over 12 years ago
This is a pretty good CD for demonstrating the style of house music that was popular in the late 90s. It embraces the progressive, sometimes-verging-upon-hard-house(with-out-being-cheesy) that was prevalent in many commercial clubs. It's a period of ... See full review
posted a review of Lexy & K-Paul Feat. Atomek Dogg - Let's Play. over 12 years ago
With raunchy lines like "I don't want a kiss goodnight, i want you to come up to my room / i'm having to much fun, i dont want it to end soon / why don't you stay? Let's play / Can't think of a better way to end the day / Let's fuck" how could you ... See full review
posted a review of Cassius - Toop Toop. over 12 years ago
"Toop Toop (Cassius Reggae Rock Mix)" is a track to be reckoned with! It mixes a messy, almost-punk voice with a funky house bassline before this really cool, air-splicing synth loop comes in. 10 minutes of funky, catchy fun!

So long as it's not ... See full review
posted a review of The Lovin' Spoonful - Summer In The City. over 12 years ago
Summer in the City is a seriously brilliant piece of pop. The opening notes are dramatic, before one of the most distinctive piano riffs kicks in. Seriously cool.

It's a beautiful, up-beat, summer song. "Go out and find a girl. C'mon, C'mon and dance ... See full review
posted a review of Gnarls Barkley - St. Elsewhere. over 12 years ago
I argue, in direct contradiction to 'ibbjamin', that this album is well-worth the purchase. While is only short (less than 40 mins?), it has such a huge, eclectic collection of songs that you won't even notice (i only noticed because someone else ... See full review
posted a review of Hybrid - Gravastar / Celebrity Science. over 12 years ago
Gravastar is perhaps one of the most beautiful pieces of deep, progressive trance i have ever come across. On the whole it has a feeling of outer space travel, starting off with strange grinding noises and what could be an engine warming up.... some ... See full review
posted a review of Tiga - You Gonna Want Me. over 12 years ago
Tiga doesn't claim he came up with the lyrics all by himself. On several other releases of 'You Gonna Want Me' he has notes such as:

"Dedicated to Altern8... pioneers, visionaries, teachers."

"This record started as a simple idea from an old rave ... See full review
posted a review of OPM (2) - Menace To Sobriety. over 12 years ago
This is a seriously cool album. From the aggressive "Stash Up", the pop-rock "Fish Out of Water", and the laid back hip hop beats of "Space People", this album has a huge range of different styles packed onto it. Though i don't know if OPM actually ... See full review
posted a review of Motion Unit - My Mind. over 12 years ago
"My Mind", and what a beautiful mind it is too. This deep breakbeat track will have you hooked. A rumbling bass enters, with strange passing echos before stabbing, mind-bending synth notes take it away.

Recommended tune!
posted a review of Los Del Rio - Macarena (Remix). over 12 years ago
The Macarena, perhaps one of the cheesiest songs ever made - yet it was so popular. Every child of the Western world who was between the ages of 4-17 in the 90s probably knows this song, and they probably all know the dance too!

From its simple synth ... See full review
posted a review of Spice Girls. over 12 years ago
The Spice Girls were huge in the 90s. In all actuallity, I bet many who grew up in the 90s will look back and see them as icons of the period. They took a commercial pop sound and gave it an internationally recognised face.

As far as such a pop sound ... See full review
posted a review of Darude - Sandstorm. over 12 years ago
Sandstorm (DJ Ray a.k.a. Tom Hafman Remix):

DJ Ray's take on Sandstorm is an interesting one. He starts off with a hard pounding beat and adds a few hints of the original song before building his own catchy little riff. From here the familar old ... See full review
posted a review of Hound Dogs - I Like Girls. over 12 years ago
Hound Doggs: Coming to a Bargain Bin Near You!

Is this a parody? Or just a cheap cash in?
Seriously, it has so much in common with the FAR superior "I see Girls" by Studio B. Except this came out 2 years after the aforementioned was originally ... See full review
posted a review of Public Domain vs. Ultra-Sonic - Central Energy 13 - Black Label. over 12 years ago
This is a great CD if you're not really familiar with hard trance or hardstyle dance in general - or if you know you love the stuff, but don't have much. It's a great collection of deep, loud and banging hard beats.

Highlights:

Hennes & Cold's ... See full review
posted a review of The Numb Skulls* - Give It Some Stick / Knob Throttle. over 12 years ago
The B-side, Knob Throttle, is a pretty cool hard cover of The Prodigy's "Full Throttle". At about the 3 minute mark is goes into a crazy acid sound for a bit.

Highly recommended to anyone who likes The Prodigy and hard dance.
posted a review of Underworld - Change The Weather. over 12 years ago
Though this album is inferior to Underworld's latter releases, it has a few half-decent 80s pop-like tunes (though if you dislike synth-pop don't bother with this).

Highlights are:
'Change The Weather' with it's bouncing beat and catchy ... See full review
posted a review of Underworld - Underneath The Radar. over 12 years ago
There's a reason why 'Under the Radar' slid under the radar.... it's just not that good. It's not absolute rubbish (unless you hate 80s synth pop), but compared with what the group later did - with an altered line up - it just doesn't compare.

The ... See full review
posted a review of Fatboy Slim - That Old Pair Of Jeans. over 12 years ago
The radio edit doesn't do Fatboy's latest single justice at all. While it does jump straight into the catchy backing vocals (which sounds like an old soul song all twisted up - cool and catchy) it ends too soon and skips some cool elements that are in ... See full review
posted a review of Yakooza - Cocaine / Stronger. over 13 years ago
Where I live, Yakooza's "Cocaine" is surprisingly popular, even now - years after it was produced. There seem to be a large group of kids about my age (born between roughly '86-'90) that love this song. None of them really know what it is - it's always ... See full review
posted a review of Sharam Jey. over 13 years ago
Sharam Jey has produced some seriously cool tunes of late. From the bumping, grind breakbeat of 'Push Your Body' to the electro-breakbeat of 'Feel Nobody' it's clear he's capable of putting out a top-notch tune.

His remixing skills are equally ... See full review