By the end of 1996's Love Parade, both Brtschitsch and Galluzzi had become household names within the techno community, a development that would only grow with Galluzzi's relocation to Berlin later that year. Upon his move to Berlin Galluzzi was greeted by a residency at the seminal Tresor, while his new booking agency began to provide him with a steady stream of international booking around the world. In 1999, an underground Berlin club known as Ostgut--the seeds of what would become Berghain--caught his attention on both musical and ideological levels. He immediately began a regular series of highly acclaimed gigs at Ostgut and, upon its closure in 2003 and subsequent re-opening as Berghain in 2004, has maintained both his residency and his reputation as a world-class DJ. His position as one of Berghain's strongest assets was cemented in 2005 when he was chosen to mix the first Berghain compilation, a mix CD now viewed as a seminal cultural artifact of post-millennial techno.
Galluzzi continues to play at Berghain and other top-tier venues worldwide on a regular basis. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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