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I produce and spin Techno/House in Germany/NRW, I express myself with music since 2003 (Hip-Hop Instrumentals/Rap) and from the year 2008 on, I started to explore the depths of electronic music. I mix with a Vestax VCI-300 & Traktor/ITCH.
I was born in Koksetau, Kazachstan in the late 80's, moved to Dubai,VAE for a few years in the mid-90's together with my family & emigrated to Germany in 96. I always enjoyed music and since my mother is a conductor/choir director, I found it easy to unfold a trained ear for musical composititons of any genre, whether it's classic, pop or jazz. My first own musical steps were dedicated to Hip-Hop, I "produced" some beats on Fruity Loops and short time after that I chose Propellerhead's Reason as my Standart DAW (that was in 2004..) and produced my debut album "Raperatur" under the pen name "Pavel 1". I also wrote all the lyrics on this home-made "gem" and performed them. In the next few years I complemented my producing & lyricism skills only to expierience how limited some area's in the contemporary Rap/Hip-Hop are. Nevertheless, I kept on experimenting with sounds which resulted in a few techno beats. At the same time I discovered my local club scene and the associated electronic music. Step by step I defined my own taste in EDM, partially because of the Dj-Sets I listened to and partially by producing my own grooves.
Early in 2009 I started to mix some cherished records with Traktor and recognized the almost limitless possibilities that digital djing offers. A few months later I already purchased my Vestax VCI-300 and was mixing throughout my spare time. Since then I learned a lot about music and improved my technique everytime I play. I already had some local gigs and a few significant one's like at the Orange Club(@Rheingoldsaal).