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Synthetic Violence - real name Igors Golovins, is Latvian underground scene`s musician, producer and promoter, one of Latvian drum&bass arena`s headliners, SYNESTHESIA events co-organisator and promoter. Also he is FISTINGKORR band`s co-creator, cooperating with Instrumental Rape and Pleshkan. Producing music in two ways: atmospheric and constructive difficult POST-INDUSTRIAL / IDM / GLITCH, but second - much more dark, hard and distort DRUMCORE / DARKSTEP. From 2011 all upcoming drumcore music releases will be produced under name DILDO卐CHRIST. As Synthetic Violence, Igors founded his own, unique sound and style in darkest IDM and post-industrial music.
Igors was born on Febryary 08, 1988 in Riga, Latvia. In 1994 he started studying in Riga secondary school #32. In 2006 graduated from high school and immatriculated to the University of Latvia, faculty of medicine and from 2007 started working in University Children’s Hospital`s Pediatric Intensive Care Unit as a medical student.
As a musician, Igors started his career in 2004, producing hardcore music. Just two years later, in 2006, he with his own brutal drumcore style came out to drum&bass scene and leaded Latvian dark side of drum&bass up to world`s scene. Working together with many well known dark drum&bass producers, he became one of few Latvian drum&bass artists, known all around the world.
In 2008, Igors finished work with his first record - “AUTOPSY LP”, which was released only two years later, in 2010 by Hungarian record label BLACKHOE RECORDINGS.

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