Alongside working as a DJ and beats producer for Fauna Flash, the Trüby Trio and the DJ collective Voom Voom, among others, German-born Christian Prommer is also a drummer. He recognized the great challenge of uniting his love of dance and jazz by dressing a number of well-known and lesser-known dance classics in jazz clothing and using real instruments. Pieces like the Kraftwerk classic Trans Europe Express as well as compositions by Daft Punk, Masters at Work and Josh Wink. On his album Christian Prommer´s Drumlesson Vol. 1, dance beats and techno are transformed into hot-blooded jazz dance with Prommer driving the beat in a jazz band with acoustic double bass, violins, piano and bongos instead of an electronic bass, drums and beats. In realizing this project, Prommer gathered together the crème de la crème of the German jazz scene including Roberto di Gioia on keyboard. Di Gioia supported him in the transformation of dance to jazz in terms of vision and atmosphere which is one of the reasons for the project's great success. On the follow-up album Vol. 2 that will be released this year, Prommer worked in reverse by rearranging classic jazz pieces to make them even more danceable.