Maltech is a Berlin DJ and dancer with a penchant for progressive, melodic and driving sounds. It is part of the collective DIT KLINGT JUT - a platform and event series with the goal of spreading good music, supporting artists and creating special experiences.
Fabian Vieregge wurde im Juni 1990 im Saarland geboren. 2011 zog er in die Hauptstadt Berlin, um sich der Musik zu widmen. Viele Jahre lernte er die Vielfältigkeit der elektronischen Musik kennen, sowie die unvergleichliche Berliner-Partyszene und fand auf diese Weiße seinen ganz eigenen, progressiven Tech-House-Stil, sowohl als DJ als auch als Produzent. Inzwischen spielte er schon in Clubs wie der Renate, Ipse oder Birgit & Bier und wurde auch bereits über die Stadtgrenzen hinaus gebucht, wie beispielsweise nach Köln, Saarbrücken oder Bamberg.
Mona Moore, who lives in Berlin, has been a passionate lover of electronic music since 2000, so sooner or later, as in your case, she had to venture behind the mixer. She made her debut in early 2018 in “her living room” as she calls the KaterBlau. Outside of Berlin, Mona Moore has often presented her music, which you describe as deep groovy and melodic techno, to the public.
Her philosophy when hanging up: "Share the love of music and thereby forget a few hours of space and time"
Dennis Rema has been an integral part of the Berlin techno scene for 6 years, which at that time attracted him with its openness and artistic way of making music.
He practiced at home for days until he decided to take part in a contest of the former Magdalena Club. He and his music prevailed and so he got hold of the coveted closing slot on the main floor - a dream came true.
His sound developed from minimalist to hard techno with a fat bassline, which also makes his own heart beat faster when he is behind the decks.
He also works as a resident DJ at Symbiotikka at KitKat Club.
In the meantime he can often be found in clubs such as the Suicide Club Berlin, Ritter Butzke, Mensch Meier, Fiese Remise and in the Kit Kat Club - Berlin (to name just a few).