KLUtCh is the Russian musician Denis Popyrin. His music is technologic, intellectual and sometimes even radical. A unique combination of ultra-fast aggressive breaks and bright melodies–always unexpected, fresh and surprising. His style varies from minimal techno and computer game soundtrack to electro and ambient and avoids boring clichés.
In 1997 the critical mismatch of his desires and ideas with the capabilities of the 8-bit technique available to him resulted in a creativity crisis… and Denis bought his first powerful synthesizer—the Alesis QS6. In the 6 months that followed he recorded about 40 musical compositions in an, so far, unknown style. The result was the album "8 bit freehand beat". Two tracks from this album—Strochnik and Wantelur Saw—became highly regarded as part of the CD-compilation "Ru.electronic".
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