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Already as a wee nipper Stefan has been blessed with an enormous creative power. However, as soon as little Stefan had received his Gameboy he had been occupied for the next couple of years. Eating and peeing were hardly to be fit into his busy schedule of missions of utmost importance such as pushing buttons in order to save the princess.
Stefan has never been successful to kick his Gameboy habit. Having reached the tender age of 27 years the Bernese does not go on mushroom forays quite that often anymore, he brings in his bread as a graphic artist, DJ and music producer instead. Amongst other things he designs fab psy flyers (http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1104632694544.2017695.1188550548&type=1). Anyhow, he still spends quite all of his spare time manipulating buttons and controllers.
Inspired by Zelda, Tetris and Princesses in distress “Gameboy” creates playful sounds that chase dancers through the darkest dungeons only to let them jump from cloud to cloud right afterwards. Skilful he creates the most powerful atmospheres, plays with dark and bright elements, like Yin and Yang, which always lets him throw his punters a curve.
Over the last two years, Gameboy has been conquering European Psy-Castles, armed with Synthie and Laptop – easily recognised by pixel-dominated subjects on his T-shirts. On the “Fusion Festival” in Berlin he hit his biggest Level-Up so far where he wowed 3000 enthusiastic Space Invaders. In the meantime, now collaborating with Amplidudes Records, he has become one of the busiest Psy-DJ in Switzerland. The always growing repertoire of Gameboy does not only include Fullon, but MinimalTec and Progi.