LABELS: Pour La Vie | Traum | Stil Vor Talent  | Kling Klong



For more than the last decade, Ron Flatter has been enriching the house and techno landscape with his own direct and energetic productions and warm, groove-driven DJ sets. Initially the young German was a keen skateboarder and hip hop fan, but the lure of dance music soon pulled him in and he has never looked back since.

Over the years he has turned out a high number of consistently excellent and innovative tracks that are filled with unique sound design, fresh melodies and plenty of dance floor drive. He has done so on labels like Pour La Vie, Still vor Talent and Traum Schallplatten, always evolving with each new release and exploring fresh new ground. Plenty of taste making talents ardor the world have all played his productions in the past, and recent cuts like “Stupid World” and “Desert” have taken DJs by storm: they combine heavy drums with light, emotive pianos and well-timed breaks that thrill and surprise just when you least expect.

As a DJ, too, Ron is a skilled selector who knows exactly what to drop and when to drop it. He has played in every major club and festival in Europe in the last decade and holds down a key residency in his hometown of Halle (Saale), Germany. It is there that he likes to interact with crowds, read their needs and play to their passions, mixing up deep house and techno and plenty in between.

After more than 28 EPs and singles, a fine 2011 full length in Growth Rings that really showcased the breadth of his style and more than 50 remixes, all of which have seen Ron put his special stamp on a cultured selection of sounds, Ron Flatter is well and truly a global electronic player who wins big with each and every project. Always releasing and headlining on a regular basis, Ron Flatter’s beats are the beats that matter.


My Favourite Freaks Interview

Hello mate! How Are You? What do you have scheduled for today?
Hey hello, all nice here! Later I will go to the studio to finish the next releases.

Please tell us a bit about your latest releases!
I tried not only to go straight ahead, rather to go also once right and left. That was pretty good to me.

Which release was the one who gave you the most attention so far?
That was Mantequilla more wasn’t possible.

Tell us a bit about your upcoming releases! Is there anything special planned in 2016?
Well, there will come up a lot with pretty different styles. On Motek from England I will release tracks which are more or less technoid and on Nite Groove (New York) it will be more melodic. New remixes I will drop on Traum, Katermukke etc.

As you are touring a lot, please tell us something about your experience around the globe. What is your favourite city or country and why?
This would break the mold. There is so much to tell and there are plenty of beautiful cities and countries to which I was allowed travel.

What was your funniest or craziest experience while touring?
Fly with only one propeller of odessa to kiev and the funniest was a after hour in a old professional undertaker’s house in Sweden.

What were your TOP 5 gigs so far?
Nasty/Elektrisch – Nürnberg
Sisyphos – Berlin
Charles Bronson – Halle (Saale)
Amsterdam – no matter where
Docks – Hamburg

What are your top 5 tracks that are really working the dance floor in your sets at the moment?
D-Nox & Beckers – Serenade
New Folder – One EP
Fernando Campo – Razor Sharp
Flo.Von – Of Course (Beatkind Rmx)
Noir – Bataille

Thank you for your time and this interesting interview!
Interview by Lars

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Max Cooper – Woven Ancestry (Lusine Rmx)
New Folder – One EP
Fernando Campo – Razor Sharp
Fernando Campo – Rotate
Lehar – Number One Hero (feat. Rush Midnight)
D-Nox & Beckers – Serenade
Marco Faraone – Over The Clouds
Flo.Von – Of Course (Beatkind Rmx)
Noir – Bataille
Yotto – Crosswalk
Joachim Pastor – Clean Slate