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Vegim - Antihuman EP - Hydraulix 59

The highly respected and well loved techno artist from Kosovo, Vegim, comes to Hydraulix with an EP of different techno flavours.

From the dark acidic swirl of Antihuman, with it’s slow builds and a deep booming kick, through the Detroit-esque melodies of Mood Frequencer, down into deeper territory with She Walks In My Shoes and finishing off with the all out synth craziness of Emphasise.

To really turn up the heat we have some amazing remixes, brought to you by AnGy KoRe who takes the track She Walks My Shoes and turns it into a heavy bass fuelled monster.

Stevie Wilson fires out a relentless driving remix of Antihuman. A brooding, pumping techno groove peppered with dark synth FX moving in and out of the intense groove.

Lastly, Dave The Drummer turns in his version of Mood Frequencer, which pulls out the main melodic riff and chord pattern and pushes them to the front of the mix.

Biography:


Vegim’s journey into the underground began in the early 1990’s. At first, music was just a hobby. Once he began collecting records his obsession grew stronger and he invested in his first pieces of music equipment. 
1998 was the year Vegim became a full time slave to the underground. He rapidly developed his skills as a DJ and in his Production. 
By the age of 18 Vegim had already discovered his lust for House & Techno.
The desire to tell his story through music took over and Vegim has never looked back.

Vegim’s earliest experiments in the studio go back to around 2002. After about 4 years of hard work, he released his first EP – Creature 3000 with Nani Killa, this is his first tune which went on to receive support from a lot known World DJs.

Today, Vegim is recognized as one of Techno’s most influential artists. 
Not only a skilled DJ/Producer but also a graphics designer and coneptionalist that has a style unlike any other.

He has released his own tracks and done countless remixes for many of the best known labels in the Techno realm.

His tracks and remixes are well supported by dj’s like: Dave Clarke, Laurent Garnier, Chris Liebing, Richie Hawtin, Xhin, Joseph Capriati, Mark Eg, A Paul, Gayle San and many more.

In addition to being a high demand producer, his live performance is one of the most unique in Techno.

His sound and mixing ability combined tell a story that is one of a kind. Vegim has traveled a long road since he began and he is now recognized as a symbol of techno worldwide.