Technicoloristics


about

At the tender age of five, Technicolor found a cassette tape in kindergarten. It contained the two Kraftwerk albums “Man Machine” and “Computer World”. Promptly a fort made of couch cushions was erected, and robot dancing ensued.

A decade later, like the activation of a sleeper agent, the synthetic rhythms and metallic vocals of Detroit electro caused him to surrender to the music that he was conditioned to as a child.

Since 2005 he has been serving the public the finest cuts of robotic electro jams, jackin’ Chicago house, dusty old disco cuts, Minimal Wave, Ghetto Trax and other electronic oddities, both solo and as part of the Databahn collective, supporting international acts like Legowelt, Orgue Electronique, DJ Overdose, Novamen, Cosmic Force, DMX Krew, Luke Eargoggle, VCS 2600, K-X-P, Jaakko Eino Kalevi, -=UHU=-, Lena Willikens, Stellar OM Source,  DJ Candle In The Wind, Marie Davidson and others.