SUNDAY MORNING NIGHTMARE: brandnew 2-hour dj-mix by dj supermarkt

hi amigos,
took me ages to finish this exclusive dj-mix for fairtilizer, but it had to be very special because of the amount of - well - average dj-mixes around these days.
This is a full-on club-mix to tear down the dancefloor, but like all my sets all about diversity, crossing over & destroying musical boundaries plus (un)-controlled raw energy and fun!.
The mix will take you from indie-house/disco over electro, fidget-rave-punk to sheer disco hooliganism-heaven!
If you do not start bouncing to these tunes, you must be deaf... or German.. or trying to hard to be cool!?

34 tracks, 110 minutes:

>>>"sunday morning nightmare" dj mix by dj supermarkt (for fairtilizer)

listen, download, enjoy!

1. "ich rocke" intro
2. michael gray - somewhere beyond
3. empire of the sun - we are the people (jimmy2sox rmx)
4. ladyhawke - paris is burning (cut copy rmx)
5. lindstrom & solale - baby i can't stop (aeroplane rmx)
6. white lies - farewell to the underground (rory phillips white horse rmx)
7. royksopp - eple (boris dlugosch rmx)
8. pulp - common people (doggy disco rmx/dj supermarkt edit)
9. telespazio - telemetric (arto mwambe's guitar down rmx)
10. pussy 2000 - it's gonna be alright (hard pussy rmx)
11. the juan maclean - one day (surkin rmx)
12. don diablo - too cool for school
13. basement jaxx - twerk
14. css vs beni - my love needs css (dj supermarkt booty)
15. ze bug - fabulous
16. donovan - breakin' (charlie fanclub rmx)
17. franz ferdinand - no you girls (zodiac cartel extended rmx)
18. christpher just - vienna 5 a.m. (just final mix)
19. sharooz - get off
20. no idea - forgot to give this mp3 a name
21. jak-z & scott cooper - move ya
22. morten breum - on it !
23. electric soulside - boccaccio
24. derbe grasland - we like to play (jesse rose rmx)
25. the yank - we can't be stop'd
26. tjr - sonic chronic (lee mortimer's planet rocking rmx)
27. n.a.s.a. - money (the count of monte cristal "dungeon" rmx)
28. calvin harris - i'm not alone (herve's see you at the festivals rmx)
29. jokers of the scene - baggy bottom boys
30. dub frequency - whoop! whoop!
31. jack beats - get down
32. dizzee rascal - smells like dizzee in rage
33. shame 69 feat. lcd soundsystem - losing no business (special output 7 " version)
34."see you on top of the pops" outro


GOLDEN SILVERS - true romance (true no.9 blues)

another new british band that makes me jump on tables... Funky pop music with great attitude, hooks, little strange rapping and everything else a song released in april has to have. Their debut album will be out on XL anyday now.

stardom guaranteed!



PASSION PIT - The Reeling

Again: nice track with a nice video. Sounds a bit like MGMT and i would be glad if this is the popsound of 2009 (album "Manners"out may 19). If you are interessted in the making of of "The Reeling" and want to see a sweet child choir in a music studio than watch it on Fader.



I like dance videos. And this one is really great. So stylish. Pleeeeeeeease visit the Beautiful Swimmers myspace and listen to their 80s disco/funk sound . Oh Yea!!!

DEEP RED - Fun Girl

Deep Red are 3 members from the lovely Hercules and Love Affair with Nomi Ruiz on vocals. The 12" will be released in spring with remixes from DFAs The Juan MacLean and our friends Keinemusik from Berlin. If you like soulful disco and dancemusic than check this one!


Shir Khan - Bodytonic Podcast

Just when you asked yourself: When do we get another Dj-Megamix from Shir Khan ? :) - here it is right in time. 37 Tracks in 60 Minutes - from Tropical, Gypsi, House, Dubstep, Digital Cumbia, Forrest Grooves, Baile Funk, Basslines, Disco, Indie, Krautrock, Jazz, Classic there is a lot to discover - well at least in the way it was selected I assume. Enjoy!
Shir Khan - Bodytonic Podcast


DJ SUPERMARKT - spanish weekender

I'm getting ready for another hard-party Spain weekend in two legendary clubs... and with Pablo...
Two places (and Pablo) full of memories of wild nights and huge hangovers...
I'm playing Nitsa club since 1996, so it is actually the longest residency not only for me (and le hammond inferno) but also for the club. CHAMPAGNE!!!!

friday, 10.04.
Barcelona, Nitsa Club

saturday, 11.04
Taragona, Sala El Cau

come along, if you dare!!!!

Shir Khan - Partyweekend

Once a year I play at Hive Club in Zürich. It has become one of my favourite clubs and I always had amazing nights there. Its one of these clubs where I play my technosets and I love it. Well - and on Sunday I am gonna go all the way down to my homies Roundtable Knights and Mercury in Bern. They opened a new club and bookingwise and imagewise I think that this club is the future.
The club is called Bonsoir and the idea is quite simple: Dope Bookings + ace Webmarketing. Bonsoir is directly linked with Facebook, Myspace, Playlists from Fairtilizer (to get you the music of the DJS that appear at Bonsoir) and an I-Phone-application where you can receive SMS and daily stories about the world of Bonsoir. Voila!
This is what I want for Berlin Battery.



Tigas brother recently said about Adam Sky: "I know that Tiga had a picture of Adam Sky up on his wall when he was a kid, that he wanted to BE him, and that Adam put his first record out 30 years ago, which dethrones Sven Väth and makes him the longest-active, still relevant producer as far as I know."

Adam Sky has a new single out on "Exploited" with remixes from Tomski&Fredboy (Tartelet/Get Physical/Whomadewho), Ku Bo (Man Recordings) and JBAG (Kitsune). The single is called "The Imperious Urge" and features the fantastic voice of Danny Williams (the grandfather of his daugther) who was also the voice of the 1961 chart-topping version of "Moon River".
Sadly, he is no longer alive but "The Imperious Urge" demonstrates he'd lost none of his vocal ability.

Not long ago, Adam Sky shared a cab together with Anthony (from Anthony and the Johnsons/Hercules&Love Affair) and told him that some english journalist considered "The Imperious Urge" as a bad copy of "Hercules&Love Affair" which made Anthony quite interested in the song....but I dont want to tell you how the story ends:)
For now I am gonna give you a Dj-set from Adam Sky which he already did in February. Lazy me hasnt put it up so far.....sorry:(


1.'in your bones' FIRE ISLAND
2.'addicted' ALAN BRAXE
3.'same great taste' DEADSET
4.'crying blood' VV BROWN (HANNAH HOLLAND RMX)
5.'i exist because of you' HENRIK SCHWARZ
6.'pussy' NADASTROM
7.'nrg' ADAMSKI (20 years anniversary update)
8.'circle jerk' BAZOOKA LIZARDS(adam sky and zoo brazil)BLOODYBEETROOTS RMX
9.'afreaka' SOLO
10.'love lockdown' KANYE WEST
12.'don't you want me?' FELIX
13.'the imperious urge' ADAM SKY AND DANNY WILLIAMS(KUBO RMX)
14.'jungle hop' THE CRAMPS
(r.i.p. lux interior 4/feb/2009)

There is also a new single coming from Adam and Zoo Brazil under the name of "Circle Jerks" on Tigas label "Turbo" (the track is in his Dj-mix here).
Furthermore, I have included a few links on Adam Sky....some old article from De-bug, but also an interesting video with Adam Sky at WE LOVE SPAZE@Ibizza talking about his 20th anniversary of Rave (featuring: Alfredo, A-Trak, Ed Banger Crew, Tony Haze, Tiefschwarz). Oh....and make sure you check out me, Adam and Dex at our little Exploited-party in Aarhus in Denmark. Its gonna be happening on the 16th of May at Voxhall at the great LOCO-Party. Yeeha!
PS: And have a look at the links from Danny Williams (RIP) as well.

From Adamski to Adam Sky - De-bug-Article
Adam Sky@WE LOVE SPAZE(Ibizza) talking about his 20th Rave Anniversary
Adam Sky's Website: Past - Present - Future
Moonriver Song sung by Danny Williams
Memorial to Danny Williams
Adam Sky&Danny Williams - The Imperious Urge@Juno Records
Adam Sky&Danny Williams - The Imperious Urge@Beatport
Exploited Records
Exploited Records@Myspace


JACK PENATE - tonight's today (extended version)

Spring is here and all these crazy uplifting pop songs arrive... and i keep dancing on tables all day... If this goes on, 2009 will be THE music year for ages!
I always liked Jack Penate's pure pop-music but never thought he was a genius! Now i have to admit I was wrong. This song is so way beyond anything since... well...Paul Simon discovered african music? Imagine a "very" british pop singer backed by (lets say..) Orange Juice, and surprisingly visited by a 20 piece african-carribean percussion streetgang high on mescal! If this doesn't get you shaking, you must be German! This is what Post Punk to me really was (and should now be) about: combining sounds of foreign cultures with pop and making people dance (and me happy).

The 12 Inch comes with 2 remixes by Mickey Moonlight and you HAVE TO WATCH the weird video (big screen, very good quality) on his website. It comes with real "Hair"-style dancing moves!

what did they put into his drinks... I want to have it too...

>>>JACK PENATE - tonight's today (extended version)



PHOENIX - 1901 on "Saturday Night Live"

Of course most stuff on TV all over the world is crap at the moment. But then you can watch Phoenix perform several songs Live on a saturday night in the US. That's what i call courageous... Please, German TV, wake up!

one more to watch:
PHOENIX - Lisztomania (also on saturday Night Live)