Last year a movement kicked off with Cercle‘s legendary exclusive sets in historic places when Boris Brejcha delivered a raw set at Chateau de Fontainebleau, in Paris, France. Residence for the French monarchs from Louis VII to Napoleon III, the palace creates the perfect atmosphere for this wicked joker to play techno.

In 2010 Boris’ dubbed a new genre of music, high-tech minimal techno- the intelligent dance music of tomorrow.

His first two releases in 2006, “Monster” and “Yellow Kitchen” had been released on the Berlin label Autist Records. After a couple releases, Boris changed from Autist Records to Harthouse. After years of traveling and creating an authentic and unique experience, he is now a large favorite. Catch Boris on tour this summer bouncing around Serbia, Germany, France, Croatia, The Netherlands, Switzerland and Greece.

photo credit Boris Brejcha At Posthalle Würzburg.

Listening to techno gives you time to think.

The depth of the beat takes you on a journey, allowing your mind to become in a meditative-like state. Feel in the moment, think deeply, enhance your perspective on life. As you ponder life listening to this set, take a peek inside the Chateau de Fontainebleau.

Imperial Theatre photo credit Château de Fontainebleau

Over the last couple weeks we have showcased other Cercle projects such as a deep house and minimal techno by Christian Löffler at French castle ruins and Solomun at the Le Théâtre Antique d’Orange, both with remarkable, upstanding sets. Take a listen to some more of their stuff below.

photo credit Solomun

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