Meissen in 1997, probably the most famous porcelain city in the world is in a state of great excitement. Thanks to the many satellite dishes in the eastern part of Germany, Meissen and its young citizens now also benefit from the phenomenon of Evosonic Radio, which brought electronic music into people's homes all over Europe at that time. This also applies to the Gottwald family. The then 23-year-old Rene was, like many others, musically strongly influenced by the radio station. In the 1990s, he bought his Technics record player from his first apprenticeship money. Various DJ performances in front of an audience followed. He began composing his own tracks at an early age. Amiga 500, E-MU Sampler, Clavia Nord Lead and the Bass Station were the name of the converters back then. The Amiga later became a PC and the sound of the 1990s became Deep- and Tech House. Rene Gottwald now calls himself Awiy Disco and Evosonic Radio now has Evosonic Records and is still broadcasting.