David Gtronic Presents Episode 171 [Poison] with an exclusive Preview of Leto (Vocal Mix) Signed to Monique Musique, Available to download Soon on Beatport part of the (3 Days of Night EP)

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Episode 170 a Special DJ Set And Interview For 16bit FM Radio

Featuring Preview of 2 New tracks from the: 3 Days Of Night EP

David Gtronic - Deimos (Original Mix)

David Gtronic - Elenin (Original Mix

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Interview by 16bit FM Radio

Questions:

1. Tell, please,if it is not a secret what programs and the additional equipment are u using?

I mainly use Ableton Live for all my productions. This incredible DAW software, let's you edit, manipulate, create, mix and alter audio completely. This is a big part of my productions as i love to experiment with different sounds in order to create a new one. I don't limit myself to this software alone. I use Logic Pro to extend my production, get ideas, and experiment with its synths and sounds. I also use Pro tools, an amazing DAW, strategically for automation, editing and mixing. Each has their advantage over the other, so I alter between them to get more ideas while producing.

2. Tell about some ridiculous situation during your performance or tours?

A ridiculous situation presented during my performance was a blackout during the middle of my set.  All the power shutdown and it was pitch black for a couple of minutes, which completely killed the vibe and ruined my set, but troubleshooting and dealing with these kinds of situations are part of the gig and I was able to quickly and successfully, recover from it and keep the party going.

3. Do you prefer vinyl or CD?

I perform with CDs, but i prefer vinyl.  Vinyl emits a brighter, fuller, and a less compressed sound. i love the raspy, crackle, classic noise,  that vinyl produces. I use and experiment with this sound in many of my productions.

4. What is your top5(chart) for today?

  1. Santos - Primitive Cannible (David Gtronic Vocal Remix)  [Monique Musique]
  2. David Gtronic - Deimos (Original Mix)  [Monique Musique]
  3. Carlo Lio - Dorbo (Original Mix)  [Mindshake]
  4. Oliver Huntemann, Dubfire - Terra (David Gtronic Edit)
  5. Guti - Maayanchole (Original Mix)  [Cadenza]

5. What kind of music do u prefer to listen exept EDM? (genres,arstists)

I pretty much listen to Electronic Music 24/7, but there are some moments where i like to listen to chill out music with a lot of melodies and harmonies. It gives me inspiration to create new, very rare melodies. Furthermore, I enjoy a couple of tracks from Coldplay for example the track, "Fix You". This is an amazing track with an incredible vocal and melodies. The Killers are a great band as well. I also enjoy, the old school hip hop such as, Tupac, Biggie, Ice Cube, NWA among others.

6. Tell us little about your future plans? (gigs\releases etc)

At the moment I'm mainly focusing in my productions, with a few gigs on the side but primarily concentrating in my upcoming releases. My next EP is scheduled to be released around November, which includes 4 original tracks; Deimos, Elenin, Leto, Leto Dub mix (3 Days of Night EP) A side from that i have a remix that i just finished for Santos -" Primitive Cannible", which will be a part of a special 3 part compilation in Monique Musique. The first remixes to be release are by the very talented Shlomi Aber and Emmanuel, followed by other surprise remixers and myself.  It is going to be a very unique, special compilation on Monique Musique.

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The best DJs know that Djing is first about being able to read people and then about being able to tap into that human experience and take it on a journey. Sasha has always been noted for being a master at this, and although his style is described as "Progressive Trance" with a good presence of House and break beat elements; his music has always reached beyond those record store titles, thus separating him from his contemporaries. Sasha creates and plays music that gives emotion a chance to speak. It is this universal appeal that he has tapped into that has established his strong fanbase around the globe.

This ability to capture sounds on a universal level was most recently called upon when he was asked to write all the music for Sony Playstation¹s biggest game release of 1999, "Wipeout 3". Sasha wrote 5 original tracks to soundscape the game. "Wipeout 3" won not only the best racing game award, but best game of the whole show.

His special touch has also recently been called upon by The Chemical Brothers, who singled him out as the only artist asked to remix a track ("Out Of Control") from their new album. "I just dubbed it out to a style like I would play, the elements and sounds that the Chems used were so good that I didn't want to change them at all", Sasha reports on making the mix. Sasha's resume of chart topping remixes also earned him a request from Madonna in 1998 when he was asked to remix "Ray Of Light" and "Substitute For Love/ Drowned World".

Do not be mistaken, this kind of recognition does not happen overnight. Born and raised in a small town in Wales, Sasha was exposed to Motown records when he was just a baby and it was in the home that his talent for playing the piano was developed. His first exposure to house music was at Manchester's Hacienda; just as dance music exploded into the summer of love. This impact encouraged his move from Wales to Manchester. His first exploration into Djing was when a DJ in a local pub announced he was looking for people to play club dates. Sasha volunteered and now says that he "had about 30 records and basically just blagged it".

After honing his deck technique, Sasha's first big break came when he was offered a residency at Stokes legendary club Shelly¹s. When all the other DJ's were playing US House, Sasha's style was much more uplifting, and he encapsulated clubbers with his mixture of piano led Italian House whilst playing acapella tracks over the top. This combination alongside a wide variety of anthems kept dancefloors full and elevated Sasha to hero status.

Shelly¹s was the launch pad for the residency at Renaissance, where Sasha created his niche and helped forge a new style in UK house music. At Renaissance two major things happened; Sasha mixed the first ever UK DJ mix album and he met John Digweed which cemented the partnership known as "Northern Exposure". Over the past couple of years, Sasha and John have played together on five continents, have mixed 3 "Northern Exposure" albums which have sold to over 1 million people worldwide.

This special brother like relationship that Sasha and Digweed have on the decks, is what landed them the monthly residency at New York¹s "Twilo", following in the footsteps of Vasquez and Tenaglia. This residency reached cult status in New York, until the closing of Twilo in 2001.

Although Sasha has clearly reached a celebrity status, it¹s his generous personality, his love for his peers and of course his completely candid humour that has enabled him to maintain such a likeable high profile in the often-fickle world of club culture. Always one to share what comes his way, Sasha invited long time friend and collaborator BT to take part in what he called "one of the most amazing musical experiences in my life". He is referring to his experience out at Peter Gabrielle¹s Real World studio in 1998 where Sasha explains in a mixer article, "we were in there for a week and were just going to do one track (during Real World¹s annual recording week where artists from all over the world are invited to Bath to record at the famous studios). "There were so many talented musicians around and the vibe down there was incredible. People were walking in, hitting things, strumming things, and slapping their goats! There were mad African people everywhere. We ended up recording five tracks and finishing four".

Since then of course, Sasha has gone from DJ to superstar status in America, where "Sarsha" is a household name for many teenagers and his and John's residency has continued to provide the launchpad for British dance music into New York and beyond. The sound of Twilo: deep, pumping late night .h.o.u.s.e. is encapsulated on 'Communicate', Sasha and John's joint mix album for INCredible. Modern club anthems like Trancesetters 'Roaches' and Trisco's Muzak all blended in the late night, early morning way that New York's clubbers have come know and love.

For Sasha, music is his first love, and what gives him a buzz is being able to share his music with others. From his presence at those all too talked about after hour parties where his special impromptu sets are heard, to his signature always present child like antics that leave people wondering if he has modelled his life after Peter Pan, to his DJ sets at clubs around the world, all lined with the backdrop of his own productions, Sasha leaves trails of memories, melodies and stories wherever he goes. These are the things that have been, and will continue to be remembered and passed on for years. And that is what legends are made of.

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The colors and their patterns will provoke an emotion, a memory, or relate to some kind of sensory input that you have experienced before. A Monet Lily Pond will not have the same effect as a psychotic random violent splashing of color. we take it deep into the underground where we release our self in this abstract art.

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David Gtronic Presents Part II of The Black Label Series, Subliminal Beats, Heavy Basslines, Solid Vocals and Some Funky Groove

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Patrick M, Dennis Demens, Gorc - Arab Sex (David Gtronic Remix)

Beatport Release Date: 09.05.11

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