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It’s been a remarkable rise to prominence for András (Andrew) Genser or Add2Basket as he’s more commonly known. From the first release on Add2Basket Records, to original and remix production on other major labels, and DJ gigs worldwide; Andrew’s career certainly has been a whirlwind.

Not content with simply following the path of a successful DJ / producer, Andrew established his digital label in May 2006. Add2Basket Records is on the forefront of underground house, releasing fresh and funky tracks from some of the most prominent producers on the planet. With 59 releases featuring the likes of 16 Bit Lolitas, Motorcitysoul, Kolombo, and Interplay, Add2Basket Records is a staple on A-List track lists worldwide.

Andrew’s personal productions have also found the favour of EDM’s top talent. From Desyn Masiello to Danny Howells, the Add2Basket sound moves dance floors the world over. His signature melodies and uplifting quality can be found on internationally-renown labels including Stealth, Alternative Route, Extrema, Glideslope Music and Sick Watona.

Add2Basket’s travelled to 32 countries in more than 60 cities, with highlight appearances in Brazil, China, Argentina, Uruguay, Mexico, the UAE, the United States, Canada and all over Europe. He’s been showcased at many of the industry’s most-prestigious venues, such as Pacha in Sao Paolo, G-Plus in Shanghai, Renaissance in Stockholm, 360 in Dubai and Opera Bay in Buenos Aires. Meanwhile, he continues to host regular gigs and enjoys high-profile residencies in his native Hungary.

Andrew’s constantly looking for new ways to share his music and passion with friends. After a trip to the Winter Music Conference in 2010, he teamed up with Luke Fair and bringthebeats on a new concept called The Rogue Show. The podcast provides the very complementary duo an outlet to explore the more eclectic side of house; selections Andrew and Luke don’t often have the opportunity to play for the dance floor. The entire mix and media archive can be found at therogueshow.com.

2010 was also the beginning of a new collective called Faciendo, which Andrew joined alongside long-time friends Desyn Masiello, Tom Morgan, balErik, Dory and Rowan Blades. For more information on this ever-evolving project visit the Faciendo Tribe at faciendo.com.

Another labour of love Andrew has been hard at work on is Neston, an online radio station launched in 2012, based out of his hometown of Budapest. Andrew works tirelessly, around the clock hunting for unique music for the station’s playlist. There’s a careful process for the selection of each track, and as a result, Neston.hu boasts one of the most interesting programs on the airwaves.

The success of the ventures outlined above has inspired Andrew to build a brand-new studio. Expect to hear new Add2Basket production in the very near future, and of course, continue to tune into The Rogue Show, Faciendo and Neston to indulge in the innovation of one of Electronic Dance Music’s most creative artists.

add2basket   András Genser, Budapest, Hungary

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