the microglobe of mijk van dijk
Mijk van Dijk is a DJ, Liveact, Producer and Remixer from Berlin, Germany since 1990.
Purveyor of Techno, House and NuFunk.
This website is his virtual microglobe consisting of all the different colours that Mijk has to offer, for all the different colours out there on our maxiglobe. Hope you “like” it (*hint*)…..
Finally the video of “Peace 4 All” is up, the main tune of my first EP on my new label microglobe musikproduktion.
Makoto and Yutaka Sakamoto are the Japanese duo Sub Human Bros. We met in those happy days at legendary culture club house Neu West Berlin
Apart from appearances at DOMMUNE and Oiran Warm Up Radio Show my main occupation on my 30th tour to Japan was my first ever gig at Kaga Music Festival,
Hello there, as the Berlin real estate market is heating up, we just made more room in Schöneberg with remixes by 2raumwohnung and Der Dritte Raum.
To celebrate my 30th tour to Japan, I have been invited to DOMMUNE to talk about my 29 trips to Japan so far. I’m also gonna introduce my new label microglobe. Very excited.
I’m touring Japan right now, with appearances at Kaga Music Festival and Dommune web TV. Also I started to post on Instagram on a daily basis.
Out today: The Night Is Young, my new track on the Blue Arts Music 10th Anniversary Compilation, compiled by label head DJ Tomoya from Fukuoka/ Japan.
Today 20 years ago my first “Best-Of”-Compilation was released in Japan through Sony Music/ Office 7, the CD “Multi-Mijk” mixed by my good friend DJ Toby Izui aka Tobynation in 1998.
It’s been a while since Marmion’s Schöneberg has been remixed
I was invited to Rwanda by Goethe-Institut Kigali to give DJ-and producer workshops, hold a lecture on Berlin Techno culture and play a DJ set at Mamba Club.
Greetings from Shenzhen/ China, where 2018 started 7 hours earlier than in Berlin! My NYE gig at Oil Club in Shenzhen was fantastic. Great sound system, good people and truly great Techno. Loved it!
Domo arigato-gozaimasu to all my friends and fans in Japan, who made my 29th tour to Japan like another dream come true. This time it were short and sweet 8 days with 5 performances and a lot of other things to make and do.