AM/FM BY CHRIS LIEBING

AM/FM BY CHRIS LIEBING

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Chris Liebing is a Techno pioneer, DJ, producer, radio host and the driving force behind CLR. He has been one of the first DJs who fully embraced the digital age of music and since then he has never stopped working on his DJ and production setup to find the most direct and dynamic form of sonic expression. For 2015 he and his growing team of like-minded artists are looking forward to a variety of exiting events and residencies worldwide.

Episodes

am/fm | 119  

This week´s AMFM is the fifth hour of a 9.5h set that I played at Concrete in Paris on May 7th 2017. The French Techno Scene has had a revival as big as I haven’t really seen it before in any other countries. Since about 5-6 years France has managed to really come back into the circle of countries where Techno and House music play a major cultural role. By now there are many amazing events and clubs all over France and one major driver of that scene and one of the places to be, is the club Concrete in Paris. This is not the first podcast of mine that comes out of this beautiful club on a boat on the river Seine. I have been playing Concrete regularly in the past years and enjoyed every minute of it. I also played many all night long gigs, but nothing like this one beginning of May. Now that the club has a license to stay open longer, I was told a week before, that I could play till 9:30 in the morning if I wanted to, starting of course at midnight, when the main floor opens. Besides the fact that I love playing opening sets (you will see me doing this for HYTE in Ibiza a couple of times again in the main room of Amnesia this summer), it is something special at Concrete. Once the doors open, it only takes about 10-20 min, till the place is packed, so not much time to fool around in the beginning, but also not to smash it right away, since you know you have another 9h to go. Playing those long sets is always an adventure, you never know where you end up and you are subject to many different factors. I did prepare a little more than usual for this gig, so I picked some special old goodies and had them in mind to drop them here and there. Let´s see if you can spot them. This night, I must say, went incredibly well, but that is not only due to the nice staff and promoters, it is mostly thanks to that open minded beautiful audience, that is willing to join you on a journey through the night - as cheesy that might sound now - but that ´s what it is. So I hope you enjoy this long ride right here on AMFM in the next weeks. Remember, you get one hour each week and after 9 weeks, you will have the whole set, with only little of my talking, as I give you most info here in my set report. I wanna thank the Paris Clubbers again for pushing me through such a long night with such a great vibe. Concrete rocks and I can’t wait to be back. Comments always welcome :) Enjoy!

am/fm | 118  

This week´s AMFM is the fourth hour of a 9.5h set that I played at Concrete in Paris on May 7th 2017. The French Techno Scene has had a revival as big as I haven’t really seen it before in any other countries. Since about 5-6 years France has managed to really come back into the circle of countries where Techno and House music play a major cultural role. By now there are many amazing events and clubs all over France and one major driver of that scene and one of the places to be, is the club Concrete in Paris. This is not the first podcast of mine that comes out of this beautiful club on a boat on the river Seine. I have been playing Concrete regularly in the past years and enjoyed every minute of it. I also played many all night long gigs, but nothing like this one beginning of May. Now that the club has a license to stay open longer, I was told a week before, that I could play till 9:30 in the morning if I wanted to, starting of course at midnight, when the main floor opens. Besides the fact that I love playing opening sets (you will see me doing this for HYTE in Ibiza a couple of times again in the main room of Amnesia this summer), it is something special at Concrete. Once the doors open, it only takes about 10-20 min, till the place is packed, so not much time to fool around in the beginning, but also not to smash it right away, since you know you have another 9h to go. Playing those long sets is always an adventure, you never know where you end up and you are subject to many different factors. I did prepare a little more than usual for this gig, so I picked some special old goodies and had them in mind to drop them here and there. Let´s see if you can spot them. This night, I must say, went incredibly well, but that is not only due to the nice staff and promoters, it is mostly thanks to that open minded beautiful audience, that is willing to join you on a journey through the night - as cheesy that might sound now - but that ´s what it is. So I hope you enjoy this long ride right here on AMFM in the next weeks. Remember, you get one hour each week and after 9 weeks, you will have the whole set, with only little of my talking, as I give you most info here in my set report. I wanna thank the Paris Clubbers again for pushing me through such a long night with such a great vibe. Concrete rocks and I can’t wait to be back. Comments always welcome :) Enjoy!

am/fm | 117  

This week´s AMFM is the third hour of a 9.5h set that I played at Concrete in Paris on May 7th 2017. The French Techno Scene has had a revival as big as I haven’t really seen it before in any other countries. Since about 5-6 years France has managed to really come back into the circle of countries where Techno and House music play a major cultural role. By now there are many amazing events and clubs all over France and one major driver of that scene and one of the places to be, is the club Concrete in Paris. This is not the first podcast of mine that comes out of this beautiful club on a boat on the river Seine. I have been playing Concrete regularly in the past years and enjoyed every minute of it. I also played many all night long gigs, but nothing like this one beginning of May. Now that the club has a license to stay open longer, I was told a week before, that I could play till 9:30 in the morning if I wanted to, starting of course at midnight, when the main floor opens. Besides the fact that I love playing opening sets (you will see me doing this for HYTE in Ibiza a couple of times again in the main room of Amnesia this summer), it is something special at Concrete. Once the doors open, it only takes about 10-20 min, till the place is packed, so not much time to fool around in the beginning, but also not to smash it right away, since you know you have another 9h to go. Playing those long sets is always an adventure, you never know where you end up and you are subject to many different factors. I did prepare a little more than usual for this gig, so I picked some special old goodies and had them in mind to drop them here and there. Let´s see if you can spot them. This night, I must say, went incredibly well, but that is not only due to the nice staff and promoters, it is mostly thanks to that open minded beautiful audience, that is willing to join you on a journey through the night - as cheesy that might sound now - but that ´s what it is. So I hope you enjoy this long ride right here on AMFM in the next weeks. Remember, you get one hour each week and after 9 weeks, you will have the whole set, with only little of my talking, as I give you most info here in my set report. I wanna thank the Paris Clubbers again for pushing me through such a long night with such a great vibe. Concrete rocks and I can’t wait to be back. Comments always welcome :) Enjoy!

am/fm | 116  

This week´s AMFM is the second hour of a 9.5h set that I played at Concrete in Paris on May 7th 2017. The French Techno Scene has had a revival as big as I haven’t really seen it before in any other countries. Since about 5-6 years France has managed to really come back into the circle of countries where Techno and House music play a major cultural role. By now there are many amazing events and clubs all over France and one major driver of that scene and one of the places to be, is the club Concrete in Paris. This is not the first podcast of mine that comes out of this beautiful club on a boat on the river Seine. I have been playing Concrete regularly in the past years and enjoyed every minute of it. I also played many all night long gigs, but nothing like this one beginning of May. Now that the club has a license to stay open longer, I was told a week before, that I could play till 9:30 in the morning if I wanted to, starting of course at midnight, when the main floor opens. Besides the fact that I love playing opening sets (you will see me doing this for HYTE in Ibiza a couple of times again in the main room of Amnesia this summer), it is something special at Concrete. Once the doors open, it only takes about 10-20 min, till the place is packed, so not much time to fool around in the beginning, but also not to smash it right away, since you know you have another 9h to go. Playing those long sets is always an adventure, you never know where you end up and you are subject to many different factors. I did prepare a little more than usual for this gig, so I picked some special old goodies and had them in mind to drop them here and there. Lets´s see if you can spot them. This night, I must say, went incredibly well, but that is not only due to the nice staff and promoters, it is mostly thanks to that open minded beautiful audience, that is willing to join you on a journey through the night - as cheesy that might sound now - but that ´s what it is. So I hope you enjoy this long ride right here on AMFM in the next weeks. Remember, you get one hour each week and after 9 weeks, you will have the whole set, with only little of my talking, as I give you most info here in my set report. I wanna thank the Paris Clubbers again for pushing me through such a long night with such a great vibe. Concrete rocks and I can’t wait to be back. Comments always welcome :) Enjoy!

am/fm | 115  

This week´s AMFM is the first hour of a 9.5h set that I played at Concrete in Paris on May 7th 2017. The French Techno Scene has had a revival as big as I haven’t really seen it before in any other countries. Since about 5-6 years France has managed to really come back into the circle of countries where Techno and House music play a major cultural role. By now there are many amazing events and clubs all over France and one major driver of that scene and one of the places to be, is the club Concrete in Paris. This is not the first podcast of mine that comes out of this beautiful club on a boat on the river Seine. I have been playing Concrete regularly in the past years and enjoyed every minute of it. I also played many all night long gigs, but nothing like this one beginning of May. Now that the club has a license to stay open longer, I was told a week before, that I could play till 9:30 in the morning if I wanted to, starting of course at midnight, when the main floor opens. Besides the fact that I love playing opening sets (you will see me doing this for HYTE in Ibiza a couple of times again in the main room of Amnesia this summer), it is something special at Concrete. Once the doors open, it only takes about 10-20 min, till the place is packed, so not much time to fool around in the beginning, but also not to smash it right away, since you know you have another 9h to go. Playing those long sets is always an adventure, you never know where you end up and you are subject to many different factors. I did prepare a little more than usual for this gig, so I picked some special old goodies and had them in mind to drop them here and there. Lets´s see if you can spot them. This night, I must say, went incredibly well, but that is not only due to the nice staff and promoters, it is mostly thanks to that open minded beautiful audience, that is willing to join you on a journey through the night - as cheesy that might sound now - but that ´s what it is. So I hope you enjoy this long ride right here on AMFM in the next weeks. Remember, you get one hour each week and after 9 weeks, you will have the whole set, with only little of my talking, as I give you most info here in my set report. I wanna thank the Paris Clubbers again for pushing me through such a long night with such a great vibe. Concrete rocks and I can’t wait to be back. Comments always welcome :) Enjoy!

am/fm | 114  

This week´s AMFM is the fifth and last hour of my five hours set that I played at Block Club in Tel Aviv on March 30th. I had never been to this club before, but heard many good things about it, especially about the owner´s passion about the sound system. Actually part of the reason why I had never played there before was, that the club had an installed special mixer, that every DJ had to use. At that time I was using the XONE 92 from Alland & Heath and since I view my setup as some kind of instrument in which the mixer is a vital component, playing on a different type of mixer was always out of the question for me. That changed with the playdifferently Model 1 Mixer, as this is now the only other mixer that the owner of Block would allow to be used on his sound system. You just gotta love such passionate people. There are quite a few club owners out there who are proud of their sound systems, but rarely all the talk really lives up to the reality (ok, I admit, I am very picky with sound systems). Not so in Tel Aviv, the sound in the whole club, not only on the main dance floor, was really amazing. But more important for me (selfish DJ that I am), the monitor system in the booth was one of the most detailed and crisp sounding one I have ever played on. And I have played on a few. Did I mention that not only the sound system at Block is one of its kind, also the design of the club… and what’s even more important, the whole crew is super nice too. Consequently the DJing is a lot more fun and you can go a lot deeper into sound, which made me end up playing for 5h. And that was a great ride. Now you have all the five parts and could put them together in a playlist to listen to the whole set with seamless transitions. I wanna thank you all in Tel Aviv again for that great night. I hope you enjoy the recording. Comments are always welcome!

am/fm | 113  

This week´s AMFM is the fourth hour of my five hours set that I played at Block Club in Tel Aviv on March 30th. I had never been to this club before, but heard many good things about it, especially about the owner´s passion about the sound system. Actually part of the reason why I had never played there before was, that the club had an installed special mixer, that every DJ had to use. At that time I was using the XONE 92 from Allen & Heath and since I view my setup as some kind of instrument in which the mixer is a vital component, playing on a different type of mixer was always out of the question for me. That changed with the Playdifferently Model 1 Mixer, as this is now the only other mixer that the owner of Block would allow to be used on his sound system. You just gotta love such passionate people. There are quite a few club owners out there who are proud of their sound systems, but rarely all the talk really lives up to the reality (ok, I admit, I am very picky with sound systems). Not so in Tel Aviv, the sound in the whole club, not only on the main dance floor, was really amazing. But more important for me (selfish DJ that I am), the monitor system in the booth was one of the most detailed and crisp sounding one I have ever played on. And I have played on a few. Did I mention that not only the sound system at Block is one of its kind, also the design of the club… and what’s even more important, the whole crew is super nice too. Consequently the DJing is a lot more fun and you can go a lot deeper into sound, which made me end up playing for 5h. And that was a great ride. I wanna thank you all in Tel Aviv again for that great night. I hope you enjoy the recording. Comments are always welcome!

am/fm | 112  

This week´s AMFM is the third hour of my five hours set that I played at Block Club in Tel Aviv on March 30th. I had never been to this club before, but heard many good things about it, especially about the owner´s passion about the sound system. Actually part of the reason why I had never played there before was, that the club had an installed special mixer, that every DJ had to use. At that time I was using the XONE 92 from Allen & Heath and since I view my setup as some kind of instrument in which the mixer is a vital component, playing on a different type of mixer was always out of the question for me. That changed with the Playdifferently Model 1 Mixer, as this is now the only other mixer that the owner of Block would allow to be used on his sound system. You just gotta love such passionate people. There are quite a few club owners out there who are proud of their sound systems, but rarely all the talk really lives up to the reality (ok, I admit, I am very picky with sound systems). Not so in Tel Aviv, the sound in the whole club, not only on the main dance floor, was really amazing. But more important for me (selfish DJ that I am), the monitor system in the booth was one of the most detailed and crisp sounding one I have ever played on. And I have played on a few. Did I mention that not only the sound system at Block is one of its kind, also the design of the club… and what’s even more important, the whole crew is super nice too. Consequently the DJing is a lot more fun and you can go a lot deeper into sound, which made me end up playing for 5h. And that was a great ride. I wanna thank you all in Tel Aviv again for that great night. I hope you enjoy the recording. Comments are always welcome!

am/fm | 111  

This week´s AMFM is the second hour of my five hours set that I played at blockclubtlv in Tel Aviv on March 30th. I had never been to this club before, but heard many good things about it, especially about the owner´s passion about the sound system. Actually part of the reason why I had never played there before was, that the club had an installed special mixer, that every DJ had to use. At that time I was using the XONE 92 from Allen & Heath and since I view my setup as some kind of instrument in which the mixer is a vital component, playing on a different type of mixer was always out of the question for me. That changed with the playdifferently Model 1 Mixer, as this is now the only other mixer that the owner of Block would allow to be used on his sound system. You just gotta love such passionate people. There are quite a few club owners out there who are proud of their sound systems, but rarely all the talk really lives up to the reality (ok, I admit, I am very picky with sound systems). Not so in Tel Aviv, the sound in the whole club, not only on the main dance floor, was really amazing. But more important for me (selfish DJ that I am), the monitor system in the booth was one of the most detailed and crisp sounding one I have ever played on. And I have played on a few. Did I mention that not only the sound system at Block is one of its kind, also the design of the club… and what’s even more important, the whole crew is super nice too. Consequently the DJing is a lot more fun and you can go a lot deeper into sound, which made me end up playing for 5h. And that was a great ride. I wanna thank you all in Tel Aviv again for that great night. I hope you enjoy the recording. Comments are always welcome!

am/fm | 110  

Hello everyone, I am traveling and have not been able to write a proper set report. I will tell you all about this recording next week. Until then I wish you a great time and hope you enjoy the first hour of this five hours long set, which I played at The Block in Tel Aviv at the end of March.

am/fm | 109  

This week´s AMFM is the third and last hour of my 3h set that I played at @Underground in Liverpool on Friday, March 17th. The club is called Underground, since.. well it is kind of in the basement. A great location with a proper sound system is sometimes all you need. There is not really much to say about that gig other than it was loads of fun and the vibe was great. Sometimes there is just not much more to it, just enjoying playing the music. So I do hope you can enjoy listening to it now :) Looking forward to be back with a new show next week … and now that you have all the three parts of this gig, you could also put them together into a playlist and listen to the whole set with seamless transitions.

am/fm | 108  

This week´s AMFM is the second hour of my 3h set that I played at Underground in Liverpool on Friday, March 17th. The club is called Underground, since.. well it is kind of in the basement. A great location with a proper sound system is sometimes all you need. There is not really much to say about that gig other than it was loads of fun and the vibe was great. Sometimes there is just not much more to it, just enjoying playing the music. So I do hope you can enjoy listening to it now :) Looking forward to be back … next week you will find the third and final hour of the set.

am/fm | 108  

This week´s AMFM is the second hour of my 3h set that I played at Underground in Liverpool on Friday, March 17th. The club is called Underground, since.. well it is kind of in the basement. A great location with a proper sound system is sometimes all you need. There is not really much to say about that gig other than it was loads of fun and the vibe was great. Sometimes there is just not much more to it, just enjoying playing the music. So I do hope you can enjoy listening to it now :) Looking forward to be back … next week you will find the third and final hour of the set.

am/fm | 107  

This week´s AMFM show is the third hour of my set that I played in Teramo Italy at the Warehouse Alternative Club (https://www.facebook.com/warehousealternativeclub). It was the fourth gig in a row on a weekend that already started on Thursday in Moscow with a Boiler room show, that you can actually re-watch on my facebook page. Friday I headed back to Germany, to play two clubs in one night, the Bootshaus in Cologne and later the good old Butan Club in Wuppertal till early in the morning. Since travelling to Teramo is not the easiest thing (not really any major airport anywhere near), we were flying from Düsseldorf to Rome and had another 3h car ride, to finally arrive at the Warehouse on Saturday night. So kind of tired and also still jetlagged from my 3 weeks in the states before, you sometimes are not sure how a gig will turn out, but the energy in Teramo even made me play longer in the end and I had again a fantastic time in one of my favorite countries ever. I hope you enjoy listening to the set as much as I had fun playing it. Thanks to the best fans in the world, you always push me to give it all…

am/fm | 107  

This week´s AMFM is the first hour of my 3h set that I played at Underground in Liverpool on Friday, March 17th. The club is called Underground, since.. well it is kind of in the basement. A great location with a proper sound system is sometimes all you need. There is not really much to say about that gig other than it was loads of fun and the vibe was great. Sometimes there is just not much more to it, just enjoying playing the music. So I do hope you can enjoy listening to it now :) Looking forward to be back … next week you will find the next hour.

am/fm | 106  

This week´s AMFM show is the last hour and 45 minutes of my set that I played in Teramo Italy at the Warehouse Alternative Club (https://www.facebook.com/warehousealternativeclub). It was the fourth gig in a row on a weekend that already started on Thursday in Moscow with a @boiler room show, that you can actually re-watch on my facebook page. Friday I headed back to Germany, to play two clubs in one night, the Bootshaus in Cologne and later the good old Butan Club in Wuppertal till early in the morning. Since travelling to Teramo is not the easiest thing (not really any major airport anywhere near), we were flying from Düsseldorf to Rome and had another 3h car ride, to finally arrive at the Warehouse on Saturday night. So kind of tired and also still jetlagged from my 3 weeks in the states before, you sometimes are not sure how a gig will turn out, but the energy in Teramo even made me play longer in the end and I had again a fantastic time in one of my favorite countries ever. I hope you enjoy listening to the set as much as I had fun playing it. Now you could also put all four parts into a playlist and listen to the whole thing with seamless transitions. Thanks to the best fans in the world, you always push me to give it all…

am/fm | 106  

This week´s AMFM show is the last hour and 45 minutes of my set that I played in Teramo Italy at the Warehouse Alternative Club (https://www.facebook.com/warehousealternativeclub). It was the fourth gig in a row on a weekend that already started on Thursday in Moscow with a Boiler Room show, that you can actually re-watch on my facebook page. Friday I headed back to Germany, to play two clubs in one night, the Bootshaus in Cologne and later the good old Butan Club in Wuppertal till early in the morning. Since travelling to Teramo is not the easiest thing (not really any major airport anywhere near), we were flying from Düsseldorf to Rome and had another 3h car ride, to finally arrive at the Warehouse on Saturday night. So kind of tired and also still jetlagged from my 3 weeks in the states before, you sometimes are not sure how a gig will turn out, but the energy in Teramo even made me play longer in the end and I had again a fantastic time in one of my favorite countries ever. I hope you enjoy listening to the set as much as I had fun playing it. Now you could also put all four parts into a playlist and listen to the whole thing with seamless transitions. Thanks to the best fans in the world, you always push me to give it all…

am/fm | 105  

This week´s AMFM show is the third hour of my set that I played in Teramo Italy at the Warehouse Alternative Club (https://www.facebook.com/warehousealternativeclub). It was the fourth gig in a row on a weekend that already started on Thursday in Moscow with a Boiler room show, that you can actually re-watch on my facebook page. Friday I headed back to Germany, to play two clubs in one night, the Bootshaus in Cologne and later the good old Butan Club in Wuppertal till early in the morning. Since travelling to Teramo is not the easiest thing (not really any major airport anywhere near), we were flying from Düsseldorf to Rome and had another 3h car ride, to finally arrive at the Warehouse on Saturday night. So kind of tired and also still jetlagged from my 3 weeks in the states before, you sometimes are not sure how a gig will turn out, but the energy in Teramo even made me play longer in the end and I had again a fantastic time in one of my favorite countries ever. I hope you enjoy listening to the set as much as I had fun playing it. Thanks to the best fans in the world, you always push me to give it all…

am/fm | 104  

This week´s AMFM show is the second hour of my set that I played in Teramo Italy at the Warehouse Alternative Club (https://www.facebook.com/warehousealternativeclub). It was the fourth gig in a row on a weekend that already started on Thursday in Moscow with a Boiler room show, that you can actually re-watch on my facebook page. Friday I headed back to Germany, to play two clubs in one night, the Bootshaus in Cologne and later the good old Butan Club in Wuppertal till early in the morning. Since travelling to Teramo is not the easiest thing (not really any major airport anywhere near), we were flying from Düsseldorf to Rome and had another 3h car ride, to finally arrive at the Warehouse on Saturday night. So kind of tired and also still jetlagged from my 3 weeks in the states before, you sometimes are not sure how a gig will turn out, but the energy in Teramo even made me play longer in the end and I had again a fantastic time in one of my favorite countries ever. I hope you enjoy listening to the set as much as I had fun playing it. Thanks to the best fans in the world, you always push me to give it all…

am/fm | 103  

This week´s AMFM show is the first hour of my set that I played in Teramo Italy at the Warehouse Alternative Club (https://www.facebook.com/warehousealternativeclub). It was the fourth gig in a row on a weekend that already started on Thursday in Moscow with a Boiler room show, that you can actually re-watch on my facebook page. Friday I headed back to Germany, to play two clubs in one night, the Bootshaus in Cologne and later the good old Butan Club in Wuppertal till early in the morning. Since travelling to Teramo is not the easiest thing (not really any major airport anywhere near), we were flying from Düsseldorf to Rome and had another 3h car ride, to finally arrive at the Warehouse on Saturday night. So kind of tired and also still jetlagged from my 3 weeks in the states before, you sometimes are not sure how a gig will turn out, but the energy in Teramo even made me play longer in the end and I had again a fantastic time in one of my favorite countries ever. I hope you enjoy listening to the set as much as I had fun playing it. Thanks to the best fans in the world, you always push me to give it all…

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