Julian Wassermann has unveiled his brand-new production, ‘Painfully’, a slick record laced with the German’s signature melodic techno style. Packed with atmospheric chord patterns, ‘Painfully’ follows the recent release of Wasserman’s two-track EP, which featured both ‘Extase’ and ‘Manie.’
Best known for his rich tones and gruff floor-ready elements, Julian Wassermann continues his meteoric rise through dance music, with recent performances at the likes of Airbeat One, Echelon, and iconic Berlin venue, Watergate. The Munich-based DJ and producer, who has received support from legendary BBC Radio 1 broadcaster Pete Tong, has also become the subject of backing from the likes of Laurent Garnier, and Solomun, releasing across several well-known imprints such as Stil vor Talent, Senso Sounds and Einmusika in his career so far.
With ‘Painfully’ set to drop on Friday November 16th, the release of the track precedes Julian’s upcoming shows at Harry Klein (Munich), Heinz Gaul (Cologne), Semf Festival (Stuttgart) and 101Brooklyn (New York).