Legowelt and DJ TLR / 20 years of Crème Organization
One of our favourite labels is celebrating 20 years of existence in 2020! It’s DJ TLR’s Creme Organization, a label that brought us seminal work from the likes of Legowelt (and many other Danny Wolfers’ monikers), Rude 66, Marco Bernardi, Orgue Electronique, Nami Shimada, Phocos, J.T.C, Alexander Robotnick, D’Marc Cantu, Xosar, Willie Burns, IVVVO, Innershades, Benedikt Frey and Drugstore’s own Kӣr, to name a few. We’re celebrating with two of its representaties from abroad, the founder himself, Sir Mr DJ TLR and one and only Legowelt.
Master synthesizer connoisseur and an overall inspiring figure, Danny Wolfers, is one of the most fertile representatives of the notorious scene that is West Coast Sound Of Holland. Danny has been making music in areas of smudgy forest howling analogue techno, healing jazz, UFOcentric house and other equally charming genres under Legowelt and other monikers since the dinosaurs invented the first synth. He is back in Belgrade after eight years and this time we’ll be hearing a DJ set.
DJ TLR is the founder of the legendary Global Darkness forum, as well as Crème Organization and R-Zone labels, who started his music journey in the early ’80s. Under the influence of Acidplanet raves, Guy Tavares’ Bunker and hand in hand with other forces from The Hague, in the course of the past 30+ years, TLR gifted us with a bouquet of unforgettable mixes, sets, collaborations (such as one with Danny Wolfers himself under the Mr. Clavio moniker), as well as dope mix names (‘The Wormhole Waitress’ c’mon).