DJ Hell

Veteran German techno DJ

A true scene veteran who helped to popularize electroclash, DJ Hell was part of the first wave of Germans DJing house records before the fall of the Berlin wall. His iconic label, International DeeJay Gigolos, was established in 1996 and has overseen releases from artists like Fischerspooner, Vitalic, Miss Kittin & the Hacker, Tiga, the Pet Shop Boys, Jeff Mills and Dopplereffekt. His own notable releases include New Deutsch, a compilation of early-’80s German post-punk, and his ’92 debut single, “My Definition of House Music.” More recent outings include the career-defining, two-part Teufelswerk LP, which featured a collaboration with Roxy Music frontman Bryan Ferry, and 2009’s The DJ EP, featuring P. Diddy. Slices traveled to Bavaria to meet the man himself for Electronic Beats TV in 2015.

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DJ Hell

EB DJ Mix: DJ Hell

For the first guest mix on our rebooted Electronic Beats Radio platform, an EB favorite and all-around legend takes control: DJ Hell. Over the years Hell has perfected a blend of techno, electro and house that’s earned him and his International Deejay Gigolo label the cult status they deserve.

In this mix, he showcases some of his favorite new wave tunes. Expect to hear the likes of Devo, XTC, The Normal, Killing Joke, Gary Numan, Cabaret Voltaire and plenty more—and be sure to check out our DJ Hell EB.TV feature.