Movement Collective thrives on walking paths that haven’t been beaten yet. A crew with an international scope and an attitude towards music that says “fresh only”.
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Movement Collective thrives on walking paths that haven’t been beaten yet. A crew with an international scope and an attitude towards music that says “fresh only”. Founded in 2013 in Austin, Texas, Movement Collective is now double based in its founding city as well as Berlin, Germany.
With a diverse roster of selectors and producers, Movement Collective aims at giving a fresh spin to the scenes in Berlin and Austin. With an “esoteric” (Magnetic Magazine) understanding of electronic music, their selectors dig deep into the crates of house and techno music to deliver memorable experiences and broadened horizons.
Establishing GRÜV events in Austin and TRANSPOSE in Berlin as well as MÜV in both places, the Collective sets out to provide sounds that are not necessarily typical for the respective cities. The notion of starting an entirely new scene in Austin put Movement Collective in the driver’s seat of Austin’s electronic music scene. In Berlin we are prepared to do the same thing: The founding of something unseen and unheard, a unique twist on an established concept.
At the time of its establishment in 2013, Movement Collective enabled an entirely new electronic music scene in Austin, Texas. In an environment that was not used to carefully selected sounds, Movement Collective made the first step in establishing a well-curated, social and solidary scene. While there are competitors by now, MC still sets the tone in Austin. Coming to Berlin, the goal was similar: While Berlin has a vibrant scene, MC tries not to adapt to it but expand it by showcasing music and producers from yet untapped agencies, labels and styles. By adding layers to the scene, MC establishes itself as a reliable source for fresh outputs and original sounds and vibes.
Introducing not only newcomers and genuine styles, but also bringing international bookings to places where they have not been heard yet is part of the Movements quest. There is a strong belief among its members that electronic music is dynamic, ever-changing and a heartfelt endeavour that needs love, care and passion.
. II VISION In the future, Movement Collective aims at more than one goal: While we want to continue our Movement Collective Podcast series as well as our video podcast Kitchen Sessions, we’re seeing us host events in mid-size underground locations that share our ideas in terms of music and vibe. Our current party MÜV is meant to develop a loyal follower base that grows with the party itself. What started at 60Hz and will move to more extraordinary locations that tell their own stories, like our music and selectors do. Our continuous work along the lines of our musical and atmospheric style aims at developing unexchangeable, unique and warm events and sounds.
. III STYLE
Our selectors’ sounds share one key attribute: While all of them want to make their audiences move in a physical as well as spiritual way, they most importantly want to introduce their followers and listeners to variants and sub-styles of music they are not too familiar with. Stagnation is the enemy of any cultural sphere - We are actively fighting it in order to keep the scene the way it started: Dynamic, highly flexible and ever-changing.
Our residents therefore dig as deep as they can. While it is hard to pin-point any of them to one genre, it is safe to say that they are avoiding main-stream crowdpleasers and big commercial hits where they can. Their approach features a wide selection of deep- afro- and tech-house as well as minimal, deep tech and electronica tunes. In Austin, the focus lies on a more light-hearted, snappy minimal groove that drifts into a Romanian direction. In Berlin, MC is a little deeper: Thought-provoking deepness is mixed with a certain dirty grooviness our Berlin residents love to emit. Overall our paradigm is a delicate combination of motion and emotion.
To get a feel for the sound and vibe we represent, visit our Movement Collective Podcast here: https://soundcloud.com/movementcollective/sets/mcp-movement-collective-1
Artists we have worked with:
Andrey Pushkarev, ASA 808, Brett Johnson, Chad Andrew, Coriesu, David Gtronic, Doubting Thomas, Gabriel Sordo, Hector, Hermanez, Jesse Perez, Kike Mayor, Mejia, Miguel Puente, Robbie Akbal, Sakro, SoKool, Wade, and many more...