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Yapacc's Upcoming Gigs
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Label Affiliates: Perlon, Pfand, Lucidflow, Brise, Apparel
Born in Frankfurt and now based in Berlin, producer and label owner Yapacc joined the electronic music scene and dancefloors with his sound since the early 90s. His interest in music was born by his experience with analogue electronics at a very young age. He wrote and released his first maelstrom recordings EP in 1997 under the techno duo pseudonym «Electrasmus». This was followed by a track at the Frankfurt's art label Poet Club Recording for the compilation «Inside 2» alongside Brian Eno, Shantel and Apex.
Henceforth emerged more than 250 releases by over 80 labels such as Neuton, Perlon, Wir/Treibstoff, Brise and Lucidflow, and remixes for Ricardo Villalobos, Italoboyz, Pascal Feos, 2raumwohnung and many more.
Since 2003 is yapacc has also been a member of the project «Narcotic Syntax» with James Dean Brown, which is has been an important part of the Perlon history. In the same year they released their first Perlon 036 «Ping Pong Voodoo», which was followed by plenty more on compilations and live analogue performances up until the present day.
Yapacc has impressed many international clubs and their visitors with his intensive and organic live performances at venues such as Panorama Bar, Fabric London, Watergate, Love Parade Berlin, Time Warp, Sonar Festival,Bar 25/Kater Holzig, Tresor, Harry Klein, Fuse Club, Studio 80, U60311, Airport, Bar Americas, Mix Club, Bootleg, The Bunker (nyc), Harvest Festival (ca), Fusion Festival, Closer Club, Propaganda Club, amongst many more.
He also hosts the weekly held event «Chapeau Klack» in different Berlin locations.
Recently he founded the project "The Cabin" and the label «Pfand» with partner Hal Wong. Pfand will regulary release vinyls for club and listening platforms. Yapacc also has current projects with Argenis Brito, Sierra Sam, GummiHz and Luca Torre.
Beside his musical activities he works together with «MFB — Manfred Fricke Berlin», creating analog synthesizers and drum machines.