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Savas Pascalidis


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Savas Pascalidis was born in Stuttgart/Germany in 1970.
Inspired by his dad, a Greek DJ, and influenced by disco and early 80’s music, he started his career in 1985 as a house/disco/funk DJ in several clubs in Stuttgart. In 1988 he turned more acid and new beat - what was quite popular back then. From 1990 he played the first weekly techno parties in Stuttgart and area and keeped spinning in many clubs. In 1994 he starts producing his own tracks. The first release was released on Affie Yussuf’s label, 909 perversions - “The Power of music” and “Masterblaster”, became underground hits.

On The Vienna cult label Loriz Sounds Savas released “Helter Skelter” a big underground hit which gave him a lot of attention by many Dj´s in 1997. Richard Bartz hears about Savas Pascalidis and puts out “Sugarland Express” on “Kurbel records” a big hit - licensed in Brazil afterwards. Success and popularity are growing with more and more gigs in Germany and abroad. In 1998 the track “Discotheque” released on the “Kurbel Compilation” comes out like a bomb. The remix of Richard Bartz hits the Groove Magazine top ten list in the category “best remix of the year” and the track is played on the dancefloors all over the world.

In 1999 Savas delivers a great outline of his musical abilities including references to his disco/funk roots with “Sexomatic” also released on Kurbel. End of 1999 Savas Pascalidis creates his own record label: Lasergun records, the perfect platform for this particular kind of music. “Stellar Funk” and “Disco Galaxy” open the way to many successful releases.


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