Ahh, yes the DJ/Artist Bio section - I really hate these things, but here goes:

When not sharing fresh cut sashimi with malnourished kittens (fluffy ones with big round eyes), you can find this burly beefcake wresting unicorns in his glorious pink & brown luchador attire – it’s not a pretty sight, let me tell you. It’s well advised that you try and catch him on one his better days when he’s attempting to weave together a beautiful deep melodic set on the shores of a lovely tropical island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Since 1998, Ramyt has played an instrumental role in establishing a variety of electronic music genres in Hawaii, including trance (hey, c’mon it was the 90′s!), progressive house, tech-house and most recently techno. During the early days of his escapades as a DJ, he helped co-create and host one of the first electronic radio shows on college radio in Honolulu along with his partner, Miklós. Soon after establishing the show, they collaborated with comrade Jimmy James to found the Imaginary Friends (now known as ÂYA), one of the most recognized and respected collectives in Hawaii’s electronic music scene. Ramyt’s diligent work ethic and painstaking labors can be credited with having helped advance electronic music throughout the islands, opening avenues of artistic expression for others, and raising the bar for Hawaii clubbers and dj’s alike.

Along the journey, Ramyt has held residencies in many of Hawaii’s top electronic music venues and played an integral role in kick-starting and running 2 clubs in Honolulu: The Living Room (considered a favorite on the islands by Jimmy Van M, Behrouz and Paolo Mojo) and Lotus Soundbar (which won “best sound system” by Club World Awards) – both venues having been celebrated for their electrifying vibes & excellence in music quality during his stint there. He’s also been a partner in creating the much-revered 5520 Ultralounge at the St. Regis Princeville Resort on the beautiful island of Kauai and played a key role in importing some rather notable acts to Hawaii’s darling club, Next Door, in Honolulu’s trendy Chinatown district bar scene.

His exploits as a DJ and ventures as an organizer of chic upscale events have helped him secure headlining sets for top end establishments such as Salvatore Ferragamo, DKNY, Emporio Armani, Luxury Row Waikiki (Tiffany &Co, Chanel, YSL, Gucci), Nobu and Morimoto Waikiki. Ramyt has also had the honor of opening for world class DJ’s such as Jimmy Van M, Behrouz, Satoshi Tomiie, Lee Burridge, Dubfire, Dimitri from Paris, Kaskade, Ko Kimura, Miguel Migs, Randall Jones (Tigerhook), Low End Specialists, Little Louie Vega, and Moshic just to name a few.

Ramyt’s accolades as a dj and praises as a promoter, known for setting an amazing atmosphere at each event, have also lent him the opportunity to be featured in the first issue of the Modern Luxury Hawaii magazine as well as the internationally distributed BPM Mag.

Ramyt has an ability to create a beautiful, lush energy and vibe at the most upscale ultralounge, such as the uber-posh St. Regis Princeville Resort - to the simplest settings, on the edge of a cliff party with the backdrop of the picturesque Makapu’u Bay. His passion for the music and dedication to creating an inspiring, classy atmosphere through his melodies have helped him gain admiration as one of the more respected characters in Hawaii’s ever-growing electronic music society.

RamytRamyt   Ramyt Årchangel, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States

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