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Sjaakflut, also known as Reagen, (real name Albert Dros) was born in Holland in 1985. He is a twenty year old producer with a passion for minimal techno. Inspired by likes of Troy Pierce, Magda, Matthew Dear, Ryan Crosson, John Gaiser and many more, Albert turned his attentions to a variety of production styles. 2001 was the year that Albert discovered techno. He immediately fell in love with it and after downloading almost every mixtape on the planet he started to produce his own music with a shitty pc and fruity loops. Now days Albert uses Fruity loops in combination with Ableton and a whole bunch of virtual instruments to create the sounds he loves. He is a master of finesse when it comes to dark minimal techno and more diverse, warped and melodic beats. One day it can be deep and dark, the other day it can be bleepy and happy. It all depends on the mood. In 2006 labels started to notice Albert’s Music. He signed with Letroom/Leftout and released his first vinyl Leftout02: Can’t Remember that EP. The tracks were all melodic with catchy melodies. It was received really well and was supported by a lot of known DJs. After this, Albert’s alias emerged: Sjaakflut. If you hear this name you can be sure to expect dark tunes that scare the shit out of you. You will see this name on the Irish FVF label, and on many more in the future. In 2007 Albert was getting his first gigs, and played live in several locations in The Netherlands, and also international in Dublin.

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