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Etapp Kyle

Etapp Kyle
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Etapp Kyle, the Soviet’s son, was actually born in Germany where he spent seven years of his childhood. After coming back to Ukraine, he started his music education, played several instruments and studied vocals. As it often happened those days, he could end as a member of some provincial choir, but he chose his personal growth. Upon his first visit to a nightclub in 2003 the academic principles washed off his mind; he dreamt of electronic music since that moment. Through house music in the beginning, and passing by progressive tunes of Sasha, John Digweed and Hernan Cattaneo, he found a trail to Speedy J, Plastikman, Chris Liebing and Luke Slater - the very music which outlined his taste; the OstGut crew shaped his sound preferences, and a prototype of today’s Etapp Kyle entered the clubbing scene.
Years passed since Etapp Kyle first appeared in DJ booth. Formats changed and gadgetry evolved, but strong connection to techno music remained. Etapp Kyle‘s style today is techno of high breeding not depending on its origin (Japan, Germany, the USA and the UK) or gender (Marcel Dettmann or Cio D’or) but of defined format: a subtle melody on top of industrial mood. Etapp Kyle breathes life into the dancefloor, he’s a unique son of the Ukrainian club culture.
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