FORBIDDEN FRUIT 2017: Brought to Booka- Interview with Booka Shade

German techno heroes Booka Shade discuss collaborating with Irish singer Craig Walker on their new album, DJing in world-renowned Berlin club Berghain, and playing huge support slots with Depeche Mode. Interview: Paul Nolan

There is a notable Irish contribution to Galvany...

This article is now part of the archive. To access this article you need to subscribe to for the bargain price of €20 or be a subscriber to Hot Press Magazine. The archive has over 40,000 articles in it, growing at well over 500 a month. Not only that, but you get special 'member's cds' for €10, discounts on all hotpress related products and exclusive promotions. also has thousands of articles and pieces of content that are free to access to anyone, including it's latest music news, photo galleries, web exclusive interviews.

To join click HERE.

To subscribe to Hot Press, & The Hot Press iPad Edition for just €69.95 go here

To learn more about member benefits, go to HERE


Related Articles

In White Rooms EP

This release presents two fresh interpretations of a modern-day classic. Booka Shade’s own ‘Mexico’ reshape is haunting and spooky, like they’re high on peyote, while Shinedoe’s version plunges into the deep end of Detroit techno, supported by a throbbing electronic bass.

Read More


On their second album, Booka Shade move beyond the trancey electronic house sound of their biggest tracks, ‘Body Language’ and ‘Mandarine Girl’.

Read More

Trance with the devil

Have Frankfurt electro-poppers Brooka Shade made tarance music respectable again?

Read More


This album is Booka Shade’s memento of past times, re-interpreted for future days.

Read More

Advertise With Us

For information including benefits, key facts, figures and rates for advertising with Hot Press, click below


Find us elsewhere