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Sven Weisemann

Sven Weisemann has been DJ'ing since 1997 and producing
since 2001.He also plays piano, acoustic guitar and percussion
- all of which were self-taught. Besides deep Minimal Detroit Techno and deep tech house,
He also composes jazz and soundtracks. Sven bought his first record at the age of 12, and then began to mix.
His favourite music styles are Detroit Techno, Minimal Dub Techno,
Deep House, Jazz, soundtracks and Classical music. "Music Is My Life" - Sven Weisemann.
URLs: http://www.myspace.com/svenweisemann

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Aril Brikha

Aril Brikha (born in 1976 in Tehran, Iran) is a producer currently residing in Stockholm, Sweden, who initially discovered electronic music by listening to the likes of Depeche Mode, Front 242 and Jean Michel Jarre before discovering the more futuristic sounds of artists like Detroit's Robert Hood and Underground Resistance. After not receiving any response in his native country he sent a demo to some of his favourite record labels stateside.

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Anton Zap

Anton Zap was born in Moscow in 1979. He studied Chinese for 7 years and then embarked on a 2 year sound engineering course. He started collecting wax from a very young age and in the mid 90’s he joined Moscow’s underground lounge group, Tetris, led by Vlad Lozinsky. He was resident DJ at one of Moscow’s leading clubs, Propaganda from 1997-2005. He later started his own band, Papaztrio alongside Pavel Hotin and Yuriy Shulgin.

Read more about Anton Zap on Last.fm.

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Peverelist

Peverelist (a.k.a. Tom Peverelist) is notable for holding down the Rooted records dubstep specialist shop in Bristol and curating the Punch Drunk record label. Techno at heart but dubstep in name, his music bridges the gap between the hypnotic minimal patterns of techno and the heavyweight polyrhthmic machinations of dubstep.

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Convextion

Gerard Hanson was born in 1972. He hails from the unlikely environments of Dallas, Texas USA. Little is known about this producer who seems to have Scandinavian roots. His productions have reflections with Basic Channel/Chain Reaction sound. His main inspirations are Juan Atkins and Derrick May. His music also has influences from Stefan Robbers, Red Planet and Carl Craig. He found a way where everything came together: Deepness, Minimalism and Soul, the Detroit-Berlin connection.

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Monolake

Monolake was formed in 1995 as the duo of Gerhard Behles and Robert Henke, although on later albums the group consisted of Henke alone, with Behles focusing his time on running the Ableton software company. Their sound can generally be described as minimal techno filled with nice touch of fine tech dub, although the 1999 Gobi. The Desert EP, which contains a single 37-minute atmospheric piece, is a notable exception. Monolake first released an album and several 12"s on Berlin's Chain Reaction label, then on Monolake/Imbalance Computer Music, which is operated by Robert Henke.

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Delano Smith

Delano Smith was one of the first ‘mobile DJs’ in a city that embraced DJ culture early on, before Music Stores sold more turntables than guitars. Emerging as one of the top progressive DJs in Detroit during the 80s, alongside the legendary Ken Collier (RIP), Smith mastered the art form while playing the underground and club parties that set the stage for today’s global party circuit. After taking time off from Djing in the 90s to pursue personal interests, Smith began playing events again after receiving numerous requests from promoters.

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