TISSUE Magazine Mixtape

It’s his fault!

Blender is currently working on Mixtape 73. This is a very special one for us, because it was his idea and motivation to start the TISSUE Magazine Mixtape Series more than 7 years ago. So, from the mysteriously missing Mixtape No. 1 originally compiled by Blender (known as DJ Clap at that time) back in […]

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Mixtape 69 by Arsy 1

Choosing Berlin and having more than one alias is not everything that Arsy and Christopher Rau – who contributed the last TISSUE Mixtape – have in common. On top, both are mates and share their mutual love for electronic music, which comes along rather quirky and free-spirited than polished and crowd-pleasing.

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Mixtape 67 by Spunky

41 years, tears tears tears. While salty drops were dripping on the eastern German ground, caused by broken hearts and caged minds, creativity was rising from the ashes of post-war Deutschlands de- and repression. „In der DDR hat man von mir eine Weltanschauung verlangt, ohne dass ich die Welt anschauen durfte.” This quote by GDR […]

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Mixtape 66 by DJ Lazerhaze

If Lazerhaze appears to you as an adhd-driven young gun, you’re only catching a glimpse of his potential. After witnessing him perform in various settings, he has to be considered an autodidactic enfant terrible and a genre bending enthusiast.

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Mixtape 65 by Capablanca

Easy Listening is aweful. It’s composed for only one reason: to give us the impression, that „everything is just fine”. But sometimes nothing is just fine. Cut it short: Easy Listening is the biggest garbage dump in the history of music genres. It’s even worse than (insert name of a band you really hate) and […]

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Mixtape 64 by Undermind

From Potsdam to Berlin. From Tacheles to Humboldthain. From Eclecticism to Eclecticism. Consider this a short bio of Oliver Jungnick aka Undermind. The booker and founder of Berlin-Wedding’s club Humboldthain seems to be one of those who easily reach their next level by – ya’ll know it – going with the flow. 

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