DJ & Producer Benjamin Roeder is part of the Munich bunch from Germany and as u might know Munich was the leading Disco City besides New York back in the 70’s. Back then when Moroder, Donna Summer and many others dominated the clubs of the world with the sound of Munich. Now there is this new generation of new Disco DJ’s from munich and Roeder has been playing his part of that.
His parties known for their great mix of musical styles inc Italo Classics, Loft, House, Cosmic and Dubby grooves and much more...
After organizing small livingroom parties & playing on birthdays, weddings and in crummy venues for years. He organized his own clubnight at Ersteliga in Munich named GLXY. This was the one of the early new disco wave parties. He has invited outstanding guests from all over the world.
He has garnered fans all over Europe at clubs he has played like Studio B, NYC, Zukunft, Zurich or Cookies in Berlin for some years.
Benjamin stopped this to build up his own club. In between he opened & ran the ballroom KONG for half a year, but now he concentrates on CHARLIE, a dark, deep & warm club in a basement with amazing „turbo“ sound and spacer lights. He was working on the construction site for almost two years ! A room within a room construction with studio conditions. Open only on saturdays. At grade with a vietnamese restaurant & cafe...It´s fun !.
In 2010 he started with his partner David Muallem the housemusic project „SPECTACLE“. A record for two djs, two sides, two tracks. It´s released on the up-and-coming label Permanent Vacation.
Recently Spectacle made a remix of Parallel Dance Ensemble. So watch out for that!
Apart from the music Benjamin is a sculptor. He studied art at the Akademie der bildenden Künste München as „Meisterschüler“ of Olaf Metzel. So he´s showing his work in plenty shows. Installations, collages & photos.
He made artwork & sleeve designs for a lot of music labels like Compost, Gomma, Permanent Vacation, Lasermagnetic... now he´s with his collages exclusive artist for CODIS. Thus the roeder szene is visualized.