The airport Berlin-Tempelhof (IATA: THF, ICAO: EDDI, and 1995: EDBB) was one of the first airports in Germany and in 1923 took the regular service. He was until it was closed on 30th October 2008 along with Berlin-Tegel and Berlin-Schonefeld one of three airports in the greater Berlin area. In 2007, 350,000 passengers were handled there. In the tracks of the Tempelhof 2.0 (The Remixes), the last radio messages that were sent before the closing of the airport (conversation Pilot to Tower) were used.
Steve Murano remixed for many national and international labels like Kontor Records Ministry Of Sound and EMI. His international breakthrough came complete with a phenomenal remix of Dark Monks - Insane. He also had the support of Judge Jules and other international DJs. In June 2003, Kontor Records his first No. 1 hit. \"Passion\" was the first title in the history of the German dance charts, which was in all four charts, DDC, DMC, DJ Top 40 Music Charts and the Internet, at the same time at # 1.
After his great success was Steve always more remix offers. He remixed e.g. ATB, Benny Benassi, Boogie Pimps, DJ Antoine, Nalin & Kane and Safri Duo. In addition, he played in the hottest clubs around the world as in Australia, Canada, Estonia, France, UK, Poland, Russia, South Africa, and the United States.
Emanuel Eisbrenner was not only resident at the legendary Tresor, but inspired by the Berlin underground techno scene with his style of music to psychedelic acid techno and tech house. His graduate work at the SAE (School of Audio Engineering), he finished with the subject-analog sound synthesis!
The musical portfolio of remixes Le Chare ranges from deep house to drum & bass. Since 2001, produced 7 albums and 8 singles. Several remixes e.g. Depeche Mode, Kraftwerk put Le Chare into the club scene between Barcelona and Moscow from some dancing light.