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DJ Duo
Adana Twins

On Clubbing
and Growing up

Friso Traas and Benni Busse, aka the Adana Twins, have been inseparable since 2004. They got to know each other while they were studying design in Hamburg. Eleven years ago, the two DJs began working behind turntables and playing records in local bars and clubs such as the old Baalsaal and the EGO. Fourteen years since they met they continue to share the same vision: to make as many people as possible happy with deep techno sounds – all over the world.

The two of you come from two very different backgrounds.

F Yes. As a Waldorf student I started listening to techno at the age of 11 and then got stuck.

B I succumbed to the hip-hop virus at an early age, and I first came across house and techno in Hamburg.

How would you describe your duo-existence?

F One of us has hair, the other doesn’t.

B We are quite different. However, since we’ve known each other for so long and have experienced ups and downs together, we have a good common basis for rubbing along well.

B Our relationship is the longest we’ve had in our lives so far. We work well on an interpersonal level – but it’s a question of balance; it's also a job.

Veste Worker

199 ¤

+1 Couleur

Bonnet en maille

69 ¤

+2 Couleurs

Unity Slim Coloured Denim

149 ¤

Sweatshirt avec imprimé

99 ¤

+1 Couleur

Veste Worker

199 ¤

+1 Couleur

Unity Slim Organic Blue Denim

169 ¤

NewAtelier Cropped Brushed Chino

129 ¤

+3 Couleurs

Atelier Cropped Japanese Chino

159 ¤

+2 Couleurs

Parka court

399 ¤

Foulard en coton

29 ¤

+1 Couleur

NewSweatshirt avec logo

119 ¤

What motivates you?

B Playing records. We want to make music that fits our vision.

F ... to initiate a process and make music that is heard or liked around the world – whether you’re in Egypt or Brazil.

Your music brings many people together.

F Dancing is one of the most original forms of human communication. You can have a banker dancing next to a hippie, that’s a good thing.

What have you taken away from your travels?

B Sometimes our tour dates collide with political events. We were in Kiev and Cairo just before the Maidan revolutions, before the uprising erupted on Tahrir Square. Our gig in Beirut was cancelled due to an incident. Nevertheless, the locals didn’t hesitate to meet up for a after hour gathering. What else should they do? They’ve grown up with such political ups and downs. And burying your head in the sand doesn’t get you anywhere.

F Aside to these current events we just mentioned, we still live in a DJ’s music bubble. Although I am always impressed, how you can reach so many different people from all over the world and feel connected. You learn that the most different people can come together – more so than you might have expected at first.

Alton Pleated Japanese Chino

169 ¤

Veste Worker

279 ¤

NewCooper Tapered Black Denim

219 ¤

Chemise à col montant

129 ¤

Pullover à col rond en laine mérino

149 ¤

+2 Couleurs

Hoodie avec imprimé

139 ¤

What is the Hamburg scene like and what’s it like in terms of support?

F Musically speaking it’s a style-defining city with a good club landscape and many great producers and DJs. There are highs and lows, of course, but there’s enough space at the top, and there’s a lot going on. It’s been very important for us to be able to develop our music in Hamburg because we were able to get a lot of support here.

How have you changed over the years?

B We’ve grown up and I think you can hear that. Our music used to be wilder. We used to play rock’n’roll every weekend and were in this indie-dance-new-wave electro phase; and then we got calmer and deeper, and a bit poppier too. We’ve noticed that we are older and have to look after ourselves.

What are your plans for the future?

F Currently, we mostly play our own music at gigs. That's actually what we want to do, especially since our job has involved playing other people’s music. So we’re even daring to contemplate making our own album sometime soon. Other than that, we want to play at a lot of great parties, naturally. And to keep travelling – which in itself is a nice thing to do.

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