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Gruener Starr & Daniel Diaz - Machwerk June Podcast #018

machwerk on June 05, 2013 12:54

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    Raphael Starr aka. Gruener Starr was born in 1989 and always interested in beats and music. He discovered his passion for electronic music when he was 16. He started DJing in 2007. The next years he used to improve his technics and started to organize some techno parties, mainly in the underground. Finally he has found his own dark-minimal-techno style. He has recorded sets that are known for their dark sounds with some hypnotic minimal noises. A year later, in 2011, he went a bit further and began to produce his own dark music.

    Daniel Schneider was born in 1986 in the East of Germany, more precisely in Magdeburg the provincial capital of Saxony-Anhalt. Soon after the German reunification his interest for electronic music grew profoundly. He initially started out as an attentive listener only to become a DJ himself later on. Already at an early age musicians such as Adam Beyer, Surgeon, Regis, Mark Broom and many more arouse his enthusiam for electronic generated music.
    These influences can be considered to be the starting shot for his development and his style while these artist still leave a mark on his sound today. In 2005 he began to mix several music-genres at home and eventually in various clubs. His style can hardly be established into one category, but it can be found in Techno with a tendency to Dark Minimal.
    Daniel loves to play his music and to fascinate his audience during his Sets.



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