2018 Rewind: Christopher Kah

Christopher Kah

How was 2018 for you?

Christopher Kah: Good, very good! And the year is not over yet. After my Limited Resource concept album in April, with Laurent Garnier as Godfather, I have fine-tuned this concept, and renamed it RE:SOURCE. The main idea is still to get the artistic creation process to its the maximum with the minimum gear. I regularly put my experimentations on video and post them on my Facebook page. More than 1.5 million views so far. Native Instrument invited me to test the new Traktor S4 live at Paris Electronic Week in October. And, for the end of the year, a second album, on December 14th.


This would be my upcoming album called Second Nature. It really is the outcome and climax of this year’s work for me. The tracks are already played all over the world, specially (again) by Laurent Garnier! I wanted to focus on the very essence of techno: dance floor! From wild electro sounds to Detroit-inspired techno, I aimed at serving up an energy-filled workout that barely if ever pauses for breath! That’s the spirit.


As 2018 has been very positive, I would’t know how to answer this one. Well, it is not really a lowlight, I could mention the art of mixing … I know that I still have work to do and a lot to learn on that matter. I need to find more harmony in my compositions.

Song of the year?

KYO w/ Jeuru – All The Same Dream. I was on the train when this track appeared randomly on my playlist. My trip took another dimension. The whole album is absolutely stunning.

What’s your New Year’s resolution?

Create more music! And, of course, more releases!


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