Saturday, March 26, 2022
Advance Tickets on sale now.
Get Tickets: bit.ly/moved-dc
Move D is known around the world for his eclectic yet groovy sets. His unabashed love for funky tracks, paired with his defiance and distaste of trends make him a truly unique selector. Since the mid 90s, he has been an established house heavyweight in the studio, having most recently released “Into the Freero Dome” on Smallville Records. His projects “Magic Mountain High” with Juju & Jordash and “Reagenz” with Jonah Sharp are universally loved across industry dancefloors. Catch German DJ and producer, Move D, on our Club Level, Saturday, March 26th.
// Club Level //
Move D (DE)
⠶⠶⠶⠶⠶ Flash Safe Space Policy ⠶⠶⠶⠶⠶
It is Flash’s mission to maintain a safe space where we all feel at home. We ask our attendees to please stay compliant with our rules and keep Flash’s space free from the following:
⠶ Non-consensual behavior
⠶ Racism, homophobia, transphobia, misogyny, sexism or other discriminatory behaviors
⠶ Harassment of any kind
Lastly, we ask you to
⠶ Respect the space… leave no trace
⠶ No phones on the dancefloor…for the sake of the vibe!
If you or a friend feels uncomfortable at any point, please do not hesitate to let a Flash team member know. Our staff i.e. security, bartenders, door staff, and managers are here to help and will remove individuals engaging in any form of hatred, discrimination, or inapropriate behavior ❤️
Let us know how your night goes! Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT THE ARTISTS:
If talent converted into record sales, David Moufang would be a very rich man. His records with partner Jonas Grossmann as Deep Space Network and his own solo releases as Move D are among the furthest outreaches of techno's push towards the stars. Moufang grew up in Heidelberg listening to his parents' collection of early Pink Floyd and Kraftwerk records but the most overwhelming influence on his childhood was outer space, the result of a trip to the cinema with his father to see 2001: A Space Odyssey. "I was space crazy as a child," Moufang told journalist Tony Marcus in 1995, "when the other kids were riding around in their little cars I'd be building my own spacecraft. I'd put in a small engine, put rubber on the wheels so it made some noise and stand there with a walkie-talkie and my headphones on. It was very techno..."
(Continue reading on ra.co/dj/moved/biography)