Cercle invites Acid Pauli at Garni Temple, Armenia
Martin Gretschmann’s club-oriented alias, Acid Pauli, joined Cercle for a psychedelic adventure at Garni Temple in Armenia.
Another week another Cercle event around the globe. This time the French media company has landed in Armenia, on the beautiful site of the fortress of Garni. They invited Martin Gretschmann aka Acid Pauli for a mindblowing set in front of the Garni Temple.
As usual, during this time of sets, Acid Pauli has played a lot of IDs as well as unreleased music. Almost 70% of the set is made by new music.
Acid Pauli’s performance was longer than usual. With its 1 hour and 40 minutes, Viken Arman has joined Martin for a special 20 minutes b2b set. Of course, all the record played were exclusive but, even better, they’ve used analog synths, drum machines, and Ableton to mix them live.
Martin Gretschmann’s club alias Acid Pauli has evolved over the years, incorporating in his set, not only techno and house but a wide variety of music across genres beyond dance music. In 2016 Martin started a record label called Ouïe together with Nico Stojan. The label has recently released a stunning 2-track EP called ‘BLD Bonus’.
Acid Pauli has performed for Cercle in front of the Garni Temple, the only standing Greco-Roman colonnaded building in Armenia. The structure was probably built by King Tiridates I in the first century AD as a temple to the sun god Mihr. The temple is a part of the fortress of Garni, one of the oldest fortresses in Armenia; it was strategically significant for the defense of the major cities in the Ararat plain.
Acid Pauli set for Cercle at Garni Temple, Armenia is now available for the stream below.