Who enjoys in Frankfurt, a nice evening, owes these kind of Ata Macias. Since the ' 80s, it shapes like no other, the night life of the city: Macias is a Techno DJ and label owner, has opened Restaurants, Bars and Clubs. The Museum of Applied art devoted to him in September 2014, the exhibition "Give Love Back. Ata Macias and partners".
among other things, t-Shirts, posters and album Covers were Shown. And Romuald Karmakar shot the documentary "Denk ICH an Deutschland in der Nacht". He ran in 2017 at the Biennale, and portraits of other Techno DJs who have for decades been active.
"In a city that I can't overlook, I would feel uncomfortable."Ata Macias, DJ
Why are these artists so long? This is the question the "Süddeutsche Zeitung" Ata Macias was two years ago. He replied: "Because the scene is so huge. It is the largest and longest-lasting music scene at all, even if it is not perceived in the Public eye so often."
Macias estimates of Frankfurt. American soldiers have driven the local club scene, and through the airport, the city was connected to cities such as Chicago and Detroit. International music distributors settled soon. Today, the offer was limited, but good, so Macias. That's what he likes. "In a city that I can't overlook, I would feel uncomfortable." This is also why the half-Greek, is never brought to Berlin. His second home is a Self-sufficient farm. There the night man switches off. He says: "You have to regenerate yourself, otherwise you'll end up evil."
Sa 9.2. — 24 hours
admission is 25 francs
Created: 06.02.2019, 17:11 PM