You know you’ve made a name for yourself when you get sued by Arnold Schwarzenegger. But years before International DeeJay Gigolo Records put an unauthorized photo of Arnie on a record sleeve, the label’s founder and owner, DJ Hell—a.k.a. Helmut Josef Geier—couldn’t put a foot wrong. He organized one of the first acid house parties in Germany, sold over 100,000 copies of his first self-produced single, “My Definition of House Music,” and was a resident at Munich’s first techno club, located in a former airport. We caught up with him for a (very) brief word as part of our “Sound Travels” series.
USB, CD-R, and vinyl.
Travel is becoming more and more degrading!
Sport. Healthy food. Lots of sleep. Music. Country life. No alcohol. No cigarettes. No doping.
I’ll write a book about it!