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George Kapardelis is a Music Producer born and raised in Greece and his musical style refers to many different aspects of modern electronic music.

George started playing the guitar at a very young age and has been experimenting with music ever since with his own radio station. Soon, he began performing as a DJ at various events. While walking this path, George got fascinated by electronic music and decided to make a new turn, producing and mixing sounds with passion and creativity.

He decided to produce on a professional level in 2010 and successfully released remixes for Tactal Hots Music and Voco Records. Next to releasing his works, George entered the Timo Maas "Cash Johnny" Remix Contest. Roughly over 650 remixes, Timo has chosen George’s remix for the runner up place. By winning this place, George found confidence to continue composing music and determination to produce even better sounds.

In 2011, George remixed "Simon Firth - Space Junk" and earned massive support. Released by Voco Records, was played on Ministr y of Sound Radio by Gavyn Mytchel and instantly enteredVoco's top 10 tracks on Beatport.2012 is a progressive year for George. He has his first EP released by Sounds of Juan, named "Ace of Diamonds". He also remixed Ryan Luciano and "Winter Sun" for Light Digital, getting some serious support from 16 Bit Lolitas. Right after, he remixed John Sweet for the “End of Year Sampler” Compilation that came out by Endemic Digital, getting seriously good feedback from the likes of Hernan Cattaneo, Rich Curtis, dPen and more.

As a pure Project Management believer, George felt time has come to launch his own music family. Since last year, except from production and djing, George is pushing hard his own music label "Modu Records". Always supporting the underground scene, he is building a music family and presenting innovating electronic sounds on Modu.There he released his "Technocrat EP". Containing 2 remixes from Ryan Luciano, this project gained massive support from the legend Barry Jamieson who played the track in his monthly Circular Sound Radio Show on Proton. Furthermore, George remixes Nina Hudej, a newcomer female artist from Slovenia. He fully believes in her and took the decision to help her by releasing her debut EP on Modu.A few months later and she is voted as one of the 12Top Upcoming Female Producers according to Vibe Media.

2013 is already here and George remixed again a track for Light Digital,“Random Choices” by Lautaro Varela. His perspective has been once again pointed out by Barry Jamieson amongst others, including it in his radio show at once. Last but not least, George’s EP “My Theory” will be out in the following days by Modu, while it has already got great feedback from Barry Jamieson, Hernan Cattaneo, Marco Carola, Stelios Vassiloudis, David Granha, Scotty A., Exoplanet and more.

Labels:
Modu Records, Light Digital, Endemic Digital,Voco Records,Tactal Hots Music

Supported by:
Barry Jamieson, Hernan Cattaneo, Maceo Plex, Paco Osuna, Marco Carola,Timo Maas, 16 Bit Lolitas, DNYO, Sasha Le Monnier, Marcelo Vasami, Darren Emerson, Kasey Taylor, Stelios Vassiloudis, Nick Varon, dPen, David Granha, Exoplantet, Scotty A., Andrew Grant, Dibby Dougherty, Behrouz, Issac, Dilby and more.

George Kapardelis George Kapardelis, Manchester, Britain (UK)

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