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Monojoke

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Jacek (Monojoke) was born in 1983 in Kielce - Poland. He also lives in Kielce at present. He is busy with study electrical engineering at Politechnika Swiętokrzyska.

Jacek is interested in electronic music for many years when he heard the Astral Projection group for the first time. At this moment he devoted his interest (tones such as Goa and Psy Trance). However, he knew that his fascination won’t pass so he searched interesting sounds. To struggle through diferrent styles of electronic music he encountred progressive house.

At the same time he tried creating music. Without music education it was very difficult work. However, his strong will causes the development of his skills. At the beginning he used uncomplicated computer software. In the past he wasn’t aware that it will be his grest fascination.

His free time he devotes to create music. In his work he tries combining different elements like electro, house and tech-house. Because he is a demanding person a lot of his project was thrown away. To achieve his aim (create own style) he tries varying the sounds.

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  • JuHiZ-

    lol you are a joke. i think he has some very nice prog house sounds. There is very good and some average tunes but those few tunes what are very good i like a lot.

    9 May 2012 Reply
  • mvodak

    the tracks of yours I listened to are quite nicely done. keep it up :)

    5 Mar 2011 Reply
  • skopp888

    monojoke is a joke. bland, uninspiring and weak to say the least.

    13 Aug 2009 Reply