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Bogdan makes the transition from experimental productions to dance music seem like child’s play. He started with raw sound, collapsed into three-dimensional volumes, as a warning for the audio metamorphosis just around the corner. Then he left experimental in favor of the sublime: the contrast between the strict serialist principles and a warm, emotional timbre. In 2009 he surprised us with a wave of balearic edits and a superb balearic dub opening live for Lindstrom at the Rokolectiv 2009 festival, released by Local Records in 2010 and with an opening act for Byetone. His live is a true journey into his experimental beginnings and quenches your thirst for the contemporary. In 2010, Bogdan lights the fuse for local Romanian sound with another change in style – a cosmic techno hybrid. 4/4 dancing with a disco heart, it’s an album that tells a story about dancing in zero gravity.

Edited by bogdan909 on 2 Apr 2012, 11:25

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