Tag: Chris Schwarzwälder

Wild As the Moon Taps Mira & Chris Schwarzwälder To Kick Off 2018

Ready yourself for another adventure into the unknown with The Gardens of Babylon and Wild as the Moon as they kick off the internationally wandering 2018 that awaits its growing family of trusted travellers. On this night, the musical guides represent the vast spectrum Wild as the Moon is known for with two of its preeminent captains, and core musical family, Mira & Chris Schwarzwälder lead the way. The Berlin based duo is no stranger to Wild as the Moon and The Gardens of Babylon, having graced their stages on several occasions, bringing the spirit of Berlin’s Kattermukke to Amsterdam ... Read more

The Gardens of Babylon Takes ADE With Intimacy And Good Music

Amsterdam’s favorite foray into the more spiritual side of electronic music, The Gardens of Babylon (TGoB), celebrates their one year anniversary with a full on Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) programme filled with intimacy, good music and trademark mindfulness. Kicking off and ending on a group meditation setting organized by spiritual guides The Dreaming, The Gardens of Babylon will also bring two world class showcases to town before a full on, all day takeover of WesterUnie featuring the extended musical family. First off, on 19 October, Miami’s mature nightlife institution Do Not Sit on the Furniture travels with their head honcho ... Read more

Acid Pauli Set To Guide Amsterdam Through The Gardens Of Babylon

After two official events at WesterUnie and an exclusive ADE showcase alongside Behrouz’ Do Not Sit On The Furniture atop the A’DAM Toren, The Gardens of Babylon returns with ‘The Ajna’ – taking over De Marktkantine with a trio of Berlin talent – Acid Pauli, Chris Schwarzwälder, and Holger Hecler – set to guide the night. The night of mystical performances and visual dream effects is carried by the theme – ‘The Ajna‘ – or the third-eye chakra. To see the themes realised, the night’s musical selections will be accompanied by a multi sensory production featuring The Gardens of Babylon ... Read more