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Tom Beltor is a DJ of the new generation.Born 1979 in Berlin, he was drawn early to music.Influenced by musicians like DJ Sahsa, John Digweed, Nick Warren, Fergie and many more, he developed a great passion for electronic music.He gained his first experience in musical entertainment as a school DJ for 16 years. From that moment it was clear: he would not just make "music"; he wanted to inspire people to and send them on a small “journey”.
He was only 25 when he bought his first DJ Set and made his first step with Trance. In a few years his talent and his mixed techniques made him a recognized DJ, albeit relatively unknown in the electronic music scene.
In 2005, he changed from Trance to Progressive Trance and later to Progressive House, because he realized that the Trance Sector does not offer enough opportunities to develop fully.Gig offers didn’t take long in coming: He is co-founder of "Klangspione", has club experience in Berlin and other parts of Germany.He also played on some small open air concerts.Since 2006 Tom has played digitally and since 2008 he "only" uses his midi console and his laptop. In November 2006 the online radio station "friskyRadio” in San Francisco gave him the opportunity to start a 2 hour monthly show, where he is still heard and enjoyed to this very day.
Tom Beltor is not into simple produced sounds (quote: "tunes you can’t hear anymore after the third time"). To him music needs to have a draft, transport a message and feelings.The music he plays has depth, is melodic, driving and mostly deep. He knows how to encounter with people and brings his own emotions into the music.It is always a challenge and a wonderful experience to him, to read the feelings out on the faces of people and to bring them into his music.This is what Tom gives back to the people, coupled with a large part of himself. And a lot of the time one gets the feeling of recovering to 100% in the track.