The members of My My met and became friends through common interests in music, but it wasn´t until they ended up as neighbours in Berlin´s Mitte, that a lifestyle of committed partying, cake baking and long studio sessions lead to their debut release.
Born in Berlin 1980, Carsten Klemann started DJing around 1999. After playing various kinds of music he finally found his way to techno and house. He has a residency at Berlin´s Watergate since the club´s opening in 2003 while also working parttime as an office boy in a well known Berlin studio.
Born in Essex, England, in 1973. Went to art college, then studied Film and English Literature at Leeds University, had a van driving job for a year, then moved to London in 1996. Began recording, remixing and DJing as Hefner in 1997. Played live and DJed throughout Europe, meeting Carsten and my girlfriend Anna when playing in Berlin. Got stuck trying to make a second Hefner album, then moved to Berlin in 2002. Began working with Nick and Carsten in late 2003 and signed as My My to Playhouse in late 2004. Still making second Hefner album, and looking for gigs/van driving jobs.
Selection of Live and DJ gigs (as Hefner):
Plastic People (Resident 2000-01)
93 Feet East (DJ)
The End (DJ)
Big Chill Festivals (Live+DJ)
Bridge and Tunnel (DJ)
Watergate/WMF/FUN, Berlin (DJ)
Mafia, Bologna (Live+DJ)
Drum Rhythm Festivals, Holland (Live)
Gauloise Cookin' Blue tour in Germany (LIVE+DJ)
North Sea Jazz Festival (Live)
Nick Höppner is a DJ since 1997. Initially, he played lots of Hamburg based clubs and bars, then moved to to Berlin in 2001 and quickly became a resident at Berlin's semnial Panorama Bar, which had to close down in early 2003.
In 1999 Nick Höppner started a day job as one of Groove Magazine's editors. In 2002 he quit for a job at Berlin's Indietronica label Morr Music. At the start of 2005, he decided to become a fulltime dj and producer.
While Panorama Bar/Ostgut was closed, Höppner frequently played Berlin clubs like Watergate and became a resident at the Labrador Parties, which had its own floor at 2004's edition of Melt! Festival.
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