By honing a uniquely driving, inspired and shadow sound, the past few years have seen the German techno duo Teenage Mutants tirelessly forge their place on the map of outstanding, timeless electronic club music.
At the very core of Teenage Mutants’ mission lays one simple goal: to spread their remarkably zest, full energy-driven style of techno to a global audience. And, by now, their reputation speaks for itself: the scene has long been trapped with the authentic pair from Mainz, as they refreshingly let their skills do the talking, both in the booth and in the studio.
Releases on a divers set of labels such as Stil vor Talent (with EPs like "Running" hitting into Top 10 of all techno charts), Sian’s Octopus imprint ("Into the Rave" run a similar fate and have been supported by big names of the scene like Pan-Pot, Amelie Lens, etc.), Suara, or the latest "Future" and "Growing" EPs on Set About are evidence of Teenage Mutants’ sultry late night flavour and impact.
While an album for Stil vor Talent is in the pipeline for the spring of 2019, the boys wisely take their time with and good care of each project they embark on. The pair is already preparing brand new explosive tunes to cause mass hysteria on the dance floor for labels such as Terminal M and Tronic.
Hard-edge techno weapons to conquer the most demanding clubbers. A master plan that will prove once again Teenage Mutants are taking their mind-bending new music into a new phase of development.
Teenage Mutants are considered as one of the main current artists for German electronic dance music. Thanks to those production techniques they got an excellent worldwide reputation. But the thing it does not end there. Guys DJ skills on the stage have secured them a number of international residencies and tours throughout the world having played at the world’s best venues and in almost every single corner of this planet: Bangkok, Singapore, Jakarta, Melbourne, Istanbul, Abu Dhabi, Rabat, Beirut, Tulum, Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia, Reykjavík, etc.
They are a regular fixture at key clubs and festivals on the underground circuit, performing multiple gigs a week. And they do not have the slightest intention to stop. Christian and Pascal may even get surprisingly some extra time and surprise us with fantastic Live Stream Showcases as demonstrated (and filmed) at Boiler Room occasion in Berlin.