British-German DJ/producer Lars Moston from Berlin is a solo artist as well as one half of Moston & Malente. You can find his tracks and remixes on some of the hottest labels in dance music today, including Top Billin, No Brainer, Wearhouse, Coco Machete, Moonbootique and Discobelle. 2011 has been a big year for Lars with three original releases to his name, all of them reaching the German Club Chart top 10 and collecting big love from influential names across the globe. Most recently it was Lars Moston's "Too Much Party Time EP" doing the business. Released on Malente's label No Brainer Records and coming with a crazy video which was filmed in Paris, he got heaps of praise from the likes of A-Trak and Congorock, who called "The Oohs", one of three originals on the the EP, "next level". Before that, the “Can’t Stop / People EP” on Top Billin, a collaboration with fellow Berliner Ben Mono, had such diverse supporters as Zombie Nation, Crookers, Mason, His Majesty Andre, Stereo MCs and Tepr. And hot on the heels of this heavy slab of house music was “Organik”, released by Coco Machete from New York. It followed in the anthemic footsteps of “So Sick”, which was released on Wearhouse Music and played by BBC Radio One before ripping up countless festivals. Moston & Malente have been big in the game ever since their first release "In the Sky" on Hamburg-based Moonbootique Rec. became a worldwide club hit back in 2004. Since then, the duo has put out a whole bunch of massive tracks, most recently “Oh My God” and “I Go Round”, also on No Brainer. Lars also loves remixing, which he has been doing to great acclaim. Among the artists getting the Moston treatment have been Smalltown DJs, Human Resource, Tony Senghore, DJ Wool, Si Begg, Jay Robinson & Supabeatz, Fort Knox 5, The Raveonettes and Jaimie Fanatic to name a few. When DJing, Lars Moston mixes up unique, energetic sets made up of cutting edge House, lots of unreleased material and his own edits. Combining a bit of tongue in cheek humour with dance floor functionality, Lars’s sets are raising roofs all over the place and he has headlined shows from San Francisco to Siberia with positive, in-your-face electronic party sound.