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Kemical Reaktion

In 2002 Terry Dyck popped onto the Saskatoon scene throwing down his signature character hard banging wax. Starting out playing in basements all over Saskatoon, Terry carved out the name Ruxpin for himself rocking parties and clubs from his home town through to the west coast. Ruxpin has went a long way with learning the ropes and developing mad turntable skills with influences from Klen and Kyro. In July 2012, there was a scientific experiment in the lab that went exactly as planned. There was an explosion, a Kemical Reaktion. Point Blank Online College, based out of London, UK, has further expanded his knowledge in the production of Drum & Bass, Sound Design with Native Instruments, Remixing, Mixing Dance Music and most recently, Techno. Expect big things!! His debut release, "Gore Whore" will be on Skylab Records, in March of 2014 and will be available on all major retail sites.

With roots in UK Hard House and hard German Trance, he has since expanded his repertoire to include Drum & Bass, Glitch/Mid Tempo, Techno, Funky Tech-House, Progressive, Minimal and key Electro selections, Breaks and Chill-Out. To date he has filled floors with various styles of music with prime time energy throughout different cities across western Canada. Once you experience one of His sets, you'll know why everyone comes back for more.

Terry has played some of Canada's western festivals such as Connect Festival and Motion Notion. As well, he was one of the visual artists at The Village Stage at Shambhala in 2013. In addition to rocking the crowds, He is the founder of Trancidic Entertainment, booking headliners such as Elite Force, Bass Kleph, Ed Solo, Featurecast, Mat The Alien, Aphrodite, Diesel Boy, Lazy Rich, Atomic Hooligan, Myagi, Bree and our very own, JADJ. As well, finding his niche in a gory, blood filled, brain smeared environment, RatedR has become one of Saskatoon's most sought after events.

For Booking contact terry@trancidic.ca

Kemical Reaktion   Terry Dyck, Saskatoon, Canada

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