Biography

Producer & DJ Odonbat has made highly valuable contribution to the development of trance and progressive music in Mongolia by creating works with unique color and imagination which have been supported by world’s best DJs thus makes him known to not only famous among fans of electronic dance music in Mongolia but the rest of the world. This way he has become the first Producer DJ in his home country.

Odonbat’s first production under title “Shattered Skies” was played by worldwide top DJ Ferry Corsten first and followed by accomplishments of such DJs as Aly & Fila, 4Strings, Ruben De Ronde and was included in their sets that made him well known among Mongolian youth and contributed significantly to penetration of electronic music into Mongolian music land that could become designer of Mongolian electro dance music in Europe and the world.

As well successful issuing by him an artist album under name “Miracle” which became the first self-sufficing album of “progressive trance & uplifting trance” in Mongolia and most favorite trance music for Mongolian youth. His production “Daybreak / Ray EP” from “Miracle” album was from Harmonic Breeze Recordings and highly valued by world famous DJs and had been included in their sets and became the hit of Mongolian radios and TV charts for long period of time. Odonbat had not only created trance music but made remix of “Evapor8” by German outstanding artist Ronski Speed, which was included in his compliation album “Positive Ways”.

His work “Anira” from “Miracle” album has gained title of big hit among Mongolian trance & progressive music fans and has been standing on stage of #1 hit of Hi-Fi radio chart during two weeks and became one of willing hit track of youth, more over this creation is under producing by Japanese “Affective Records” together with his work “Rising”. This work really became a creation which many of youths impatiently wait for.

Odonbat has not only created & produced melodies and conducted DJ role but organizationally contributed greatly to the development of Mongolian electro music by inviting to Mongolia the world’s famous DJs like Richard Durand, Ronski Speed, Eddie Sender and others who have become his friends in creative work thus has made another significant contribution to Mongolian electronic music development.

Besides Odonbat constantly conducts “Back To The Future” Radio Show advertising trance music on FM 98.9 of “Hi-Fi” radio twice a week through which translates cognition on electro trance music, its latest news and hit tracks that leads to a radio with most mass listeners and become alms giving to birth of many DJs in Mongolia.

Producer / DJ Odonbat began to play his new works through world trance hit records and his productions and remixes are being played in the sets of world famous DJ / Producers as Armin van Buuren, Markus Schulz, Ferry Corsten, Solarstone, Aly & Fila, Bobina, Richard Durand, M.I.K.E., DJ Feel, Roger Shah, Airbase, Tritonal, Ruben De Ronde, Max Graham, Ronski Speed, Manuel Le Saux and legendary Paul Oakenfold.

The year of 2012 was a year of generous composition. His first singles “October Sky / Promised EP” from the second artist album that expected for a long time by listeners of his unique and specific productions have been played 2 times in “A State Of Trance” (as well in A State Of Sunday) radio show by Armin Van Buuren, quintuple #1 DJ of the world. Further Odonbat successfully produced his second artist album under title “PARADISE” and “Endless Summer EP” from “PARADISE” which are speeding among thousands of youth and listeners of trance hit all over the world.

Edited by Odonbat on 2 Jan 2013, 12:51

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