Gorillaz released their new album "Plastic Beach" late 2009 and already have a new one out. How the hell? They recorded their entire new album "The Fall" on an iPad with only a few other instruments while they were on their north american tour.
I was never the biggest Gorillaz fan but the fact that this album was recorded in tour busses and hotel rooms on an iPad is pretty impressive. Don't expect me to edit a movie of any great quality while I'm on the road during our premier tour.
British band Fenech Soler just dropped their debut album. "Demons" has been on heavy rotation on my iTunes. Can't wait to play this track at a club. Producing mastermind Yuksek also made a nice remix of the track.
I was just looking through my iPhoto library and found pictures from our premiere in Stuttgart that local photographer Michele Danzé took. I must say, this was THE best premiere we ever had! The vibe in Stuttgart was unlike anywhere else. And Michele managed to capture some great pictures.
Just a few of the ca. 1200 people that made the Stuttgart premiere that it was. What's that plunger doing at a party?
Don't get all crazy, it's only Schiller on the decks.
Thanks to the guys at Frends for hooking me up with these awesome headphones from now on.
Me, playing with the flanger....way too much as usual.
Michele caught DBK and me showing some bro-love. I liked the picture so much that I decided to turn it into a t-shirt.
The original fake.
Production of the 2011/12 Isenseven Custom Clothing collection has started and we are currently waiting for the samples. Can't wait to see what they came up with at the factory. Maybe you can catch a glimpse of the stuff at ISPO in february.
I headed up to Chemnitz, formerly known as Karl-Marx Stadt in former East Germany...still known as "Der Osten" Peter "Method" König, Tom "Third Try" Klocker, Simon "Winchy" Gruber, Alex "Downrail" Tank, Tobi "Too Many Boards" Strauss and Christian "Fact Teller" Brecheis are up here with me to shoot some urban riding. In Chemnitz there are so many rails and spots in every shape and size you could imagine and nobody gives a damn if snowboarders are making noise or "destroying private property"....unlike back home in Bavaria. People are nice and they enjoy watching us. Even the cops are cool here. Weird.
Karl Marx with snowballs in his face.
I like the little guy on the east german traffic lights.