With a bunch of high-profile releases to his name, British-German DJ/producer Lars Moston is currently making a good deal of noise in clubland. Apart from solo work, he is also one half of Moston & Malente and one third of The Killergroove Formula. Lars Moston's solo record "We Like This" (Hammarskjoeld Rec.) is being hammered by Electro and Breaks Jocks alike, causing dancefloor mayhem everywhere. Moston & Malente have been big in the game ever since their first release "In the Sky", on Hamburg-based Moonbootique Rec., became a club hit that earned them no.4 in the German Club Chart (DCC), world-wide compilation deals and video airplay on music television. More recently, it was "The 2 & Only" on Manchester's high-rising Breaks imprint Splank! Rec. that made a name for Moston & Malente in the UK after it was crowned Record Of The Month in IDJ magazine. Remix duties for the likes of Ursula 1000 quickly followed. As if all this wasn't enough, Lars Moston is now entering the big league with his crew The Killergroove Formula, who are receiving awesome DJ feedback and rave reviews for their debut album "Territory: World" (Lounge Rec.) after having already had a string of successful 12"es and remixes on well-respected labels such as Lab-Rok and Unique Rec. With the release of two new Electro-Breaks crossover tunes "So Bad" and "No Stopping Us", UK imprint Erase Rec. is the latest addition to the list of outlets for Mr Moston's production prowess.
When DJing, Lars mixes a unique blend of rocking Electro House and Breaks, with a touch of Indie Rock attitude. Already playing around Europe on a regular basis he is now set to move dancefloors worldwide. Apart from touring, Lars Moston has a residency at Colognes no.1 party, the mad and massive Loonyland. With headliners including 2 Many DJs, Boys Noize, Hell, Tiga, Felix da Housecat, Boogie Army, Moonbootica or Justice, these nights are the ideal playground for perfecting a positive, in-your-face electronic party sound. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.