After Recordings featuring Paul Van Dyk – Episode 28
Paul van Dyk is famous as one of the most famous dj s around the world with more than 3 million albums sold around the world. PvD is a dj born in Eisenhüttenstadt in East Germany, Paul van Dyk experienced childhood in socialist East Berlin. Since his locale didn’t have a genuine club culture, Paul van Dyk tuned in to the radio where he found his enthusiasm for music that reached out past techno music. He needed to make an alternate, increasingly one of a kind sound.
In the mid 1990’s he was playing at different clubs in Berlin before releasing his first studio album “45 RPM” in 1994. The arrival of his second album “Seven Ways” brought him into the Top 100, trailed by the arrival of his hit single “For An Angel,” which started to gain him acclaim over the globe. When he released “Out There” and “Back in 2000”, it turned out to be evident that the Berlin-based performer had undeniably more to offer than his mark club sets and remixes that characterized him as one of the most compelling DJs and producers ever.
The Politics of Dancing
The Politics of Dancing is a compilation mix album of trance music, mixed by Paul van Dyk and released by Ministry of Sound in October 2001.
The same year, Paul van Dyk made the web radio broadcast VONYC.com concentrated on the electronic dance scene.
Paul van Dyk’s visiting journal remains unimaginably feverish with normal globetrotting stops at significant scenes over the globe from New York, London, Ibiza to India, China and Singapore. In the brief period staying between all the movement, Paul van Dyk lives in Berlin where he has his own radio show “Paul van Dyk’s VONYC Sessions” which you can hear week by week on Sirius Radio on Thursday evenings at 6PM ET (and rebroadcasts Saturdays at 8PM ET and Tuesdays at Midnight ET) and Soundgarden which you can hear each Saturday 2pm – 4pm (EST) on Fritz radio and over the web (www.fritz.de).