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For international booking requests: djkrisandersen@gmail.com

Facebook: facebook.com/krisandersenmusic

Kris Andersen's label: facebook.com/beatagencyrecords

Danish Kris Andersen is a veteran in the international electronic music scene (celebrating his 20 years anniversary as a recording artist in 2014). He has many releases on legendary labels such as R&S Records sub label Labyrinth (1994-1995) and as Elysium on Nova Zembla (1995-1998) and has travelled the World playing as an artist and DJ at many legendary clubs and Festivals.

While working as a freelance A&R for Polygram, Kris started out as a professional DJ in London, UK in 1990 in the Acid House Scene and when he returned to Copenhagen it was the beginning of a long international music career into House, Tribal, Electronica and Techno. A career that once again took him back to London where he lived from 1996-98 while playing all over the world and producing and remixing at the legendary Butterfly Studio in London (Owned by Youth from Killing Joke).
After a break from 2002 - 2005 Kris Andersen turned back to the House scene and is busy with his House/Deep House outlets and his Tech House/Progressive House project Rymdfunk.

Kris’ various release has gained massive support from Dj's such as Carl Cox, Dubfire, Sander Kleinenberg, Balthazar, UMEK, Spartaque, Sisko Electrofanatik, Richie Hawtin, Dr. Motte, Tomy DeClerque, Oliver Anderson, Paris One, Alen Milivojevic, Junior Rivera, Grant Paterson, Vince, Derrick May, Filterheadz, Cristian Varela, Dubfire, Kenneth Thomas, The Advent, Alex Long, Lazy M, David Vendetta, Flash Brothers, Judge Jules, Sasha Le Monnier, Funkagenda, Dj Paulo, Dj Meme, Matt Rowan, Thomas Penton, Lemon8, Eric Entrena, Gee Van D, Eelke Kleijn, Luca Ricci, Ariel Cybana and more.

Kris Andersen Music   Kris Andersen, Denmark

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