Photos by Ian Ramsey /
System presents Ryan Crosson b2b Cesar Merveille & Robag Wruhme photo gallery
A prolific, beloved member of the German house and techno community, Jena-based DJ and producer Gabor Schablitzki has clocked up an impressive discography since the late '90s with eclectic outings fusing house, wobbling melodies, rolling techno and even hip hop on Musik Krause, Vakant, Freude Am Tanzen, Kompakt and his latest long player "Thora Vukk" on DJ Koze's esteemed Pampa imprint. The album won glowing reviews and placed him firmly back on the map following the break up of Schablitski's project, the Wighnomy Brothers, with Soren Bodner. The past twelve months has seen Robag release EP's on Musik Krause and Pampa, where he filled a full EP's worth of remixes of cuts from Dntel's wonderful Aimlessness album. System was lucky enough to host one of the last performances of the Wighnomy Brothers back in May 2009 and we are delighted to welcome back one of our favourite DJs of the last few years.
_Ryan Crosson b2b Cesar Merveille
Ryan Crosson, one of the founding members of Detroit via Berlin-based record label Visionquest, and Cadenza artist and long-time friend Cesar Merveille have recently collaborated artistic efforts to produce the exciting DRM project. The duo have expanded on the eclecticism of their two earlier EPs (DRM Part 1 and DRM Part 2) to create a full length album. Rich in melody and heart-felt nostalgia, this collaboration features an abundance of artists, such as Kate Simko, Arthur Simonini and No Regular Play's Greg Paulus. Fusing strands of jazz, soul, pop, world music and techno, DRM was critically lauded back in November 2012 when it was released, with Resident Advisor citing it "a timely reminder that in house and techno there is much more to life than simply straight 4/4". Since then Ryan and Cesar have cemented their individual talents by embarking on a world tour. Indeed, System regulars will be aware of Ryan and Cesar's respective djing styles so March 2013 sees the duo bring their exclusive back-to-back show to System for something a little bit different.