Project Blog

On 16 September the new Deine Lakaien website has been launched.

The website is a collaboration of Deine Lakaien (new content), Carl Erling TBA (programming) and Colour-ize (translations, beta testing).

In the following weeks we plan to do a lot of tweeks and addition there, as well as finishing all translations.

Starting with Deine Lakaien, the English content is being updated the coming weeks.

Changes in preparation:

  • Re-launch of the DEINE LAKAIEN website (Summer 2016)
  • Re-launch of the VELJANOV website (Summer 2016)
  • Maybe additions to this website with projects after 2007 until today

A very cute story from the 1st Fan Convention (1997), the legendary “Night of Love”-Party in Munich, has re-appeared. Enjoy!

Information about Veljanov’s solo works VELJANOV has been added:

  • We prepared a new website,
  • In-depth information for the back cataloge of the cooperation with Motor Music (until 2007) has been added to

This mainly affects the German website right now, as a lot of translations are needed. For now, if you are interested in interviews and features, maybe have a look at our German website and use the Google translator to translate that content for you.

Carola, welcome to the team!

Thank you for helping out with translations and corrections. Today our Deine Lakaien-page page and the Ernst Horn page got a huge cleanup.

One more thing: an early photo of Alexander Vejanov has been found in the archives…

New: You can now leave comments for blog entries and at the artist’s albums, if you like.

For a short time we are pausing the works on this website.

Right now we are also modernizing the Colour-ize Fanbase website and the huge Deine-Lakaien.Forum.

The website has been re-arranged to make the content more accessible. Instead of popup elements, we have split all in-depth content to separate sub-pages. So it is well worth to look at the link list at the bottom or the right sidebar of many pages for all the detailed information available there.

Focus of active development right now is the usability for small screens (mobile users).

Feedback and bug reports are welcome!