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Departure Ibiza 011 - Karton Label P. Jones & Roon

Departure Ibiza on May 02, 2013 19:40

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    KARTON, an Amsterdam based record label which puts out innovative deep- and tech house. Founded in June 2011 by Pelle Loopik and David van Bilderbeek, two dutch guys with a love for good music. Together they managed to create a new platform full of great producers and parties what results in great music.

    With artists like Pelle & David van Bilderbeek (labelowners), Fernando Costantini, Randall M, Chad Andrew, Alex Ground, Scott Kemp and Glico we are very excited for the future. We love music and we love the music that we are going to put out there.

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    At a young age Pelle got involved in music that is driven by grooves and electronic sounds.
    He got really into electronic music when he saw artists at festivals all over the Netherlands creating spheres he never experienced before. Not long after that he started putting his own mind into making this style of music. Having created his own deep groovy sound he has been scattering his tracks all over the world. His track ‘Colours’ got a lot of attention from artists all over the world and in 2012 his tracks got more knowledge of some high rollers in the national and international scene. He will keep on going with the same routine of scattering his tracks around the globe.

    As a DJ he has been playing in and around Amsterdam for a while now. As the progressive guy he is, he will make sure he’ll play a lot more cool gigs in the future. Being busy with running Karton together with David van Bilderbeek, the other end of Karton, you will be more than satisfied with what’s coming. More music, more label showcases, more of everything.

    It started a couple of years ago when Milan felt a connection between him and the music you call deep house and techno. Going to party’s in and out the Netherlands, visiting clubs like Weekend, Trouw, Studio 80 and Catwalk (Toffler) to name a view. After that he was excited to play himself, finding his own creativity when it comes to this style of music. So if you want to put it in other words he really looks DEEP into tracks and artists that share the same idea and passion of music.

    Playing gigs in his hometown has helped in search of creativity for bigger gigs, with the help of the fresh new label Karton managed by his two really close friends and DJ’s called: P Jones(Pelle Loopik) and the other half of Loose Laces (David van Bilderbeek). Getting their own labelnights around the Netherlands to support their kind of passion and style of music. Milan is perfect for the long opening sets to put a groove in the club and to pump up the atmosphere and he is always in to play till the late hours because that’s what he loves to do!


    Recently he wanted to get his mind out into making music, thanks to the help of his friend and one of the Karton owners P Jones to help him on the way. Making a couple tracks together and getting recognition and support from over the world for example: tINI and Yaya from Desolat, Randall M, Chad Andrew, Alexander Kyosev and Rich NxT. He is on a roll and hopes to invite people into his creativity in the future on party’s and events. The same applies for making music for the people that share the same perspective of music.


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