DYSART – DJ, Producer
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DYSART is now firmly a established provider of quality releases to the Techno elite with string of releases throughout 2018 on Dense and Pika’s Kneaded Pains and Carl Cox Intec Digital. The standout EP’s of the year Crazy Delicious / Tribaleee having graced the sets of industry heavyweights from Carl Cox, Eats Everything, Skream, Solardo, Danny Tenaglia among many others.
His first and second EP’s with aforementioned Kneaded Pains has garnered widespread support from premier DJ’s Adam Beyer, Nicole Moudaber, Eats Dubfire, Danny Tenaglia, Maya Jane Coles, Skream, Solardo, Dave Seaman and obviously Dense and Pika themselves.
2019 is showing no signs of letting up with a third EP on Kneaded Pains in January (14th), a remix of Dense and Pika’s track Delta System in April, along with no less than 3 EP’s signed to Intec Digital for the second half of 2019.
Previous releases on successful German imprint Kling Kong as Matt Tanner and the seminal Global Underground gained industry support from Martin Eyerer, Monika Kruse, Jay Lumen, Sasha Carassi Riva Starr, Groove Armada, Prok & Fitch, Veerus, Skober and more.
DYSART’s immediate focus is more productions, even though he’s achieved a great deal as a formidable DJ: playing numerous sets with Carl Cox at Burning Man; with Prog super brand, Renaissance and for The Gallery at its original home, Turnmills and later at Ministry of Sound as Soul of Noise with partner Grant Nichols.
When asked about his first forays into producing, DYSART is reflective: “I always knew that there was an inner love for compiling music from a young age. I’d record tracks from the radio onto cassettes trying to cut out the talking either end of the song.”
Tracing his journey back even further, to his first influence, sees a precocious 12-year-old lad hearing Jean Michel Jarre for the first time. Recording that album on to C90 cassette tape, as he had for so much of the music that inspired him, opened DYSART up to a world of musical possibilities: “Hearing Revolutions by Jean Michel Jarre absolutely blew my mind and was the gateway to a lifetime of electronic music. I still have that cassette now. I put it into a frame on my studio wall just to remind me where that early inspiration came from.”
Back in the present and after seizing an opportunity, DYSART has recently invested time into rebuilding a studio in fashionable Shoreditch which is fast becoming a busy hub for many of today’s electronic music elite. “It’s actually Andy Weatherall’s old studio and over the last year I’ve been giving it a new lease of life,” He begins, “The whole thing was inspired by Riverside Studios in Berlin, the brainchild of Martin Eyerer and Tassilo Ippenberger. I was doing some recording at Riverside last year and seeing the operation there inspired me to try to create something similar in London.”
With DYSART’s help, Scrutton Street Studios has leapt back into life, fast becoming one of the best creative hubs for some of London’s premier music producers and engineers. The musical energy of the place has certainly further focused DYSART’s sound allowing him to share ideas and collaborate. You only have to look at the ground he’s covered already to see that this is one artist very much in the ascendance. And aside from production success this year, DYSART is deep into preparation for a live show which he will reveal later in the year.