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Music producer Victor Van Vugt is back in Berlin to tap the city’s ‘youthful, anarchic’ energy

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    Music producer Victor Van Vugt is back in Berlin to tap the city’s ‘youthful, anarchic’ energy Dina Elsayed

 

 

Victor Van Vugt is a producer, mixer, and engineer who has worked with acts including Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Einstürzende Neubauten, and P.J. Harvey. We speak with Van Vugt about his return to Berlin and his plans for the future.

Van Vugt made Berlin his home in the 1980s before moving away to live in London and New York. He returned to Berlin four years ago and has since been working with a host of artists, including on a bi-monthly night called “The Fan Club” to reinvigorate Berlin’s live music scene.

Photo (c) Victor Van Vugt 

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Written by: Dina Elsayed


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