Man doesn’t have to be a fan of mass parades to complain about the situation of electronic dance music like Moth. The DJ and Love Parade founder scolded these days about the suppression of techno by strict government regulations, noise protection, rising rents and other cheerless developments in the new world. He did this, of course, in Berlin, where there was a party in the “safe” in the nineties, where he hung up himself and is now a department store.
When you landed in Frankfurt a few years after these heyday of club culture, which was such a center, when people were still shouting when you were walking through the city center, how nice it was back then (“they were standing in front of the omen ‘, but only at dawn ”), and DJs in the legendary“ Robert Johnson ”conjure up the culture of remembrance instead of hanging up on the freedom and diversity and creative power of these nights. Moth already agree.