To celebrate the 9th anniversary of Munich’s monthly French party Tour de France, a big show was held in three spaces at Muffathalle, with Les Princes Chameaux, The Lovers and yours truly (aka DJ Natashka) as special guest DJ. It was a super evening!
The party went on until at least 5 am, as I left around 4:30 and visitor DJ Martin Hemmel of Atomic Cafe fame who came by had just been handed a cocktail and told to stay some more. The other DJs, including Christian and Thomas of the Tour de France, played hits off the four Tour de France compilations in the huge room and I heard resident DJs cranking out some Daft Punk at some point.
Three things never cease to amaze me every time I come to Munich for French music parties: the place is packed with Germans, and not homesick French people. The crowd is quite young, not older people getting all nostalgic. And the music is very different that what I play in Amsterdam, which made my set that much different. I had people thank me, which is always welcome!
Tags: DJ Natashka, Martin Hemmel, Muffathalle, Princes Chameaux, The Lovers, Tour de France
The flyer has a serious Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin thing going for it!
As mentioned in the agenda, Friday, 6 March at the Café der Muffathalle in Munich, Germany, DJ Natashka (aka me) will be one of the DJs of the Tour de France, evenings that are usually held by DJ Thomas Bohnet at the Muffathalle (a huge, three venue complex) once a month.
It’s their 9th year anniversary and I’m looking forward to partying!
And yes, really, Podcast No. 32 is in the works, begging me to finish it.
Tags: Muffathalle, Munich, The Lovers, Thomas Bohnet
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On Friday 6 March at the Café der Muffathalle in Munich, Germany, DJ Natashka (aka me) will be one of the DJs of the Tour de France, evenings that are organised regularly by DJ Thomas Bohnet at the Muffathalle (a huge, three venue complex) once a month.
UPDATE: Princes Chameaux will be playing as well as The Lovers!
Tags: Muffathalle, Princes Chameaux, The Lovers, Thomas Bohnet, Tour de France