ON THE DANCEFLOOR…Think Local. Merge the rhythm and vibrance of Munich’s hip hop clubs with the grime and attitude of Thessaloniki’s back-alley indie bars. 2010 saw Local Suicide dishing out a unique soulful fusion of new wave, slow techno, acid house, chug or as they like to call it “technodisco” to clubbers worldwide, flavoured with the local pulse of the duo’s respective home towns. Think Local Suicide.

As DJs they’ve played all over Europe, Asia, North Africa, South America and the US with gigs at Off Sonar, Melt!, Amsterdam Dance Event, Festival Forte Berlin Festival and regular DJ slots at Salon zur Wilden RenateBerghain, Watergate, Ritter Butzke and almost every club the German capital has to offer whilst holding down day jobs in the music industry and running one of the top 10 independent music & lifestyle blogs in Germany with 50+ international editors. Rest assured that these two have honed their musical tastes and chops.

Having organized parties, festivals, and moderated radio shows for years, Local Suicide are just as much at ease inside the booth as they are outside. June 2014 saw them release their debut single “We can go everywhere” on Bordello a Parigi alongside remixes from In Flagranti, Richard Rossa and Inigo Vontier. The release has been supported by XLR8R, Thump, Dj Mag, Mixmag, De:Bug amongst many others and We can go everywhere adds a major stone to the duo’s path to major world disco take-over.

Owl & Wizzle which they produced with Rodion in his vintage synth studio in Berlin that features Mz Sunday Luv on vocal duties was released in June 2016 on Multi Culti‘s first Compilation after being premiered on THUMP. It quickly reached the top 30 Beatport Indie/Nu disco Charts and was heading the Juno balearic/downtempo charts for a month. In July the duo is releasing a remix for Digitalism (also co-produced with Rodion) on PIAS Cooperative. More releases in 2016 will be announced soon.

ON YOUR SCREEN… As Local Goes Global, the diversity which resulted in the merger of North and South into the Local Suicide DJ collective crystallises in the form of the Local Suicide interactive blog.  Contributors from across the continent bring their Local perspectives on music, culture, art and entertainment to the worldwide dancefloor. Join the uprising!