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Housemeisters is an association of DJs and producers based in Hamburg. The Housemeisters were founded in 1996 by Tim Gröpper. These include the artists Jared Austin, Andreas Quick, Chrizz Hunter, Robbie Krajewski.
The music focuses on house, deephouse and remixes. The sound has its origins in the discotheque scene.

The Housemeisters played well-known clubs and discos such as the H1 (Hamburg), the Golden Cut (Hamburg), the Felix (Hotel Adlon Berlin), the Take 5 (Kitzbühel), the Puro (Berlin), the Pony Club (Kampen) and the The places where the DJ team regularly rotated the turntable for bookings are a privilege at the Hyatt Hotel Hamburg.

The combination of the club and music scene resulted in professional synergies. The Housemeisters achieved a masterpiece in 2008 when they brought the top ten title "The Bomb" into the charts in 17 countries with Luke Francis. Shortly afterwards, "I like you" stormed the international dance charts via Kontor Records and was released on Heidi Klum's first "TOP Models" CD.

By preparing remixes for world-famous artists, the commitment of the Housemeisters continued to expand. And so the DJs work on performances and productions with artists such as Usher, Far East Movement, Moguai, Ferry Corsten, DJ Antoine, David Guetta, Tiesto, Armin van Buuren, Axwell, Hardwell, Steve Angello, Erick Morillo, Eddie Thoneick and Max C. together. In 2013 remixes were produced for Meital Dohan, Deep Forest, Eric Benet and RH3, with the listings and publications extending to New York in the local house scene.

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