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Radikal Guru

Radikal Guru
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Mateusz Miller aka Radikal Guru is a producer and dj born in northern Poland. Based in Cork IE Guru has been setting up dancefloors around Europe with some of the heaviest dubstep beats coming out of the country. Heavily influenced by dub originators such as King Tubby, Scientist and Lee Scratch Perry, Radikal Guru produces sounds of roots reggae combined with dubstep.
Started in 2004 from making trip-hop, electronica and jungle beats he developed his sound by experimenting with ethnic sounds of Middle east and India. In 2005 Radikal collected enough material to put it on a demo album called "The East-West connection" which started spreading around internet community.
After moving out from Poland to Ireland his sound progressed even further. He discovered the world of dub music and it's wide range of sub genres, including dubstep. In October 2008 he signed a record deal with Z-Audio and released some of his music with Dubbed out records.
He's first promo release was a dubstep remix of a legendary Max Romeo's "Chase the Devil" which recieved a great response from listeners.

"He's cracked out the old 'Chase The Devil' sample from Max Romeo & The Upsetters, perhaps better known as the centrepiece to the Prodigy's 'Out of Space', and spooned it into a community centre wrecking dubstep anthem like no other"- Boomkat.com {}

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