::Stingrays first encounter with electronic music in 1986 in Singapore. Started DJ career in 1989 and spun European/Chicago house and early techno/trance records. An early influence of Stingrays was Polygon Window, Kevin Sauderson, Robert Armani etc.

::Over the years, Stingrays experimented with different music styles alongside house and techno, deejayed and played at many venues in Asia and Europe. Stingrays have headlined and played along with respected artists like Alec Empire, Jan Langer, Toky, Dalo, Oscar Mulero, Angel Molina, Paul Damage, etc. and has deejayed at many clubs where top-name talent performs regularly. Stingrays deejay with integrated trickery and fast paced mixing to accentuate the right energy and atmosphere. Atmosphere is a crucial aspect of music. Stingrays is quite ambitious to expose quality music to the dancefloor through his own form of expression, and is always inprovising 100%.

::Stingrays is fascinated with technology, art, acquiring knowledge and the application of it, and the omnipresent forces of nature and emotion. He strives for the ultimate fusion of all of these.

::As a Producer, Stingrays produce techno music in all shades and colors, from hard to experimental to downtempo and beyond.

::Stingrays primary influences include Jeff Mills, Luke Slater, Surgeon, James Ruskin, Regis, Steve Bicknell, Stanley Kubrick, Claude Young, Joey Beltram, Carl A. Finlow, Inigo Kennedy, Dave Sumner, Morrissey, Fumiya Tanaka, Richard James, The Advent, Richard Polson, Wild Planet, Peter Sutton, Raoul Delgardo, Charles Mingus, Basic Channel/Chain Reaction, Ian O' Brien, Dale Lawrence (Theorem), Carl Craig, Mike Ink, Robert Hood, Haiko Laux, Brian Eno, Oliver Ho, and many more. Favorite labels of Stingrays include Surface, Downwards, Axis/Purpose Maker, Kombination Research, Synewave, Meta, Cosmic, Blueprint, M-Plant, UR, Dynamic Tension.

for other info., www.stingrays.asia

STINGRAYS   Singapore, Taiwan


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