His first track under his own name was released in August 2005 on the sampler “Nature One 2005 - Mission to Future”. Together with John Acquaviva he made the track Zombie and it was listed in the Best-Selling-MP3-list of the online-musicstore “beatport” in 2008.
His sound is characterized by using various elements of Techno, House, Trance and rave combined, without classifying into any genre. Himself refer to it as “Neo-” or “Newschool-Techno”.
In 2006 he founded the label “Tabula Raza” with assistance of Marc Romboy, Systematic-label-manager. In the same year the remix-EP Oh Yeah ‘Oh Six by Yello with remixes by Booka Shade, Oliver Huntemann and Lützenkirchen. In 2007 he founded his own label “Platform B”, an affiliated label of Great Stuff Recordings, with that he got awareness in his preferred music scene.
Tobias Lützenkirchen especially got acquainted with the track “3 Tage wach” (3 days awake) which was released on the label “Stil vor Talent” in 2008. It reached number 1 in the DCC (Deutsche Club Charts/German Club Charts) and in the ODC (Official Dance Charts). Furthermore a music video and a remix by Scooter was released. The track caused controversial discussions, the magazine “Spiegel” called the track a drug hymn. Lützenkirchen stated on his blog that the listeners shouldn’t take the track too seriously, much less to get it as call to drug consumption.
Edited by Sir-Roland on 4 Jul 2009, 12:17
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