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Gabriel Ananda

Artist PageGabriel Ananda

Gabriel Ananda established himself as a leading German techno producer during the mid-2000s with tracks such as “Süssholz” (2004), “Ihre Persönliche Glücksmelodie” (2005), and “Doppelwhipper” (2006). His often melodic productions have been released by a variety of reputable German techno labels, including Hörspielmusik/Utils, Karmarouge, Trapez/Traum, Ladomat 2000, Treibstoff, and Platzhirsch Schallplatten. He also is an active live performer and DJ, especially in Germany. 

Gaiser

Artist PageGaiser

Following a string of finely crafted releases on Minus and Resopal (as Fraktion), Gaiser has rapidly become one of the most exciting and sought after producers of his generation. With an instinctive feel for the intricate mechanics of minimalist sound sculpture, his music contains the perfect balance between rhythmical energy and sonic finesse. Just check out tracks like “Egress” from his first Minus EP or his classic remix of Troy Pierce’s 25 bitches. Growing up in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Gaiser spent most of his teenage weekends staying with his older brother in Detroit, hanging out with friends and going to gigs.

Gayle San

Artist PageGayle San

Gayle Sans career already began in the late 80s in her hometown Singapore. She started as a warmup DJ for Bands such as Kool and the Gang Earth Wind and Fire and the Commodores,in the Top ten club which was the club of that moment on that island. Leaving her native Singapore in 1988,to pursue her dj career in the UK, nobody expected such a massive success for Gayle in the music business. Gayle`s first steps into the London clubs were via DJing at record company parties, various one-off guest spots and fashion shows.

Gonçalo

Artist PageGonçalo

Originally from Portugal, Goncalo has demonstrated his ever-growing passion for music from an early age, be it pop, electronic or classical. It led him to enrol at the Royal Academy of Music in 1992, making a bona fide musician out of him.Despite this, he converted definitively to the religion of electronic in 1995 and began his unstoppable career as DJ, satisfying his restless yearning for music.

Gruis & Luxaflex

Artist PageGruis & Luxaflex

To be announced

Guido Scheider

Artist PageGuido Scheider

In 1995 he founded his own Label “Neue Welten“ based in Celle, Germany. In 1996 he moved to Berlin where he began to fully focus on music. His productions and co-productions (e.g. as “Schneider & Radecki“ with Sammy Dee) always sounded sort of minimal, but were also exceptionally functional as he dared to stick his head out of his soundlab at an early stage. This together with the experiences from various live performances helped to perfect his tracks. Changes marked the beginning of the new millennium: Guido closed down his label “Neue Welten” and met vocalist Florian Schirmacher.

Guillaume & The Coutu Dumonts

Artist PageGuillaume & The Coutu Dumonts

Forever with his thumb cocked looking for the next creative thrill ride as the sun goes down, Guillaume Coutu-Dumont’s music lends itself to the indigo hue of dusk, imbued with the sultry allure of jazz, the unquestioned groove of house, and the propulsion of techno. As a solo producer, Guillaume was already causing atmospheric disturbances ahead of his debut album “Face À L’Est”, which appeared on Musique Risquee in 2007. Before the inception of his one-man band, Guillaume was moving and shaking with other protagonists via the Egg project with Julien Roy, Chic Miniature with Ernesto Ferreyra and Luci with David Fafard.

Guy Gerber

Artist PageGuy Gerber

Guy Gerber has always been comfortable as an outlier. From being the rock kid at the rave, to the Israeli DJ on the European club circuit, to the electronic producer with a fetish for live instruments, he tends to skirt the edge of whatever scene he’s in. It’s a position that suits him well––so far it’s led to dozens of lush, melodic records, an ever-evolving live act and his own label, Supplement Facts. This nonconformist attitude, combined with the emotional content of his art (so rare in today’s electronic music), explains how Gerber keeps his audience locked in, be it on record or on stage.