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Andy Slate

Andy Slate

Andy Slate


Since he remembers, Andy was always surrounded by music. His dad showed him the way to his passion when he was at the age of 6. One of the first important musical influences were the Beatles, Elvis, James Brown, Herbie Hancock, Depeche Mode and Jean-Michel Jarre. Born and raised in Germany, Andy had his first contact with 2 turntables and a mixer in 1983. At the time he was listening rap and hip-hop. He was a member of a breakdance performance group and was making the music behind the decks by scratching and cutting for the breakdancers. Read more on Last.fm
Since he remembers, Andy was always surrounded by music. His dad showed him the way to his passion when he was at the age of 6. One of the first important musical influences were the Beatles, Elvis, James Brown, Herbie Hancock, Depeche Mode and Jean-Michel Jarre. Born and raised in Germany, Andy had his first contact with 2 turntables and a mixer in 1983.

At the time he was listening rap and hip-hop. He was a member of a breakdance performance group and was making the music behind the decks by scratching and cutting for the breakdancers. Couple years later when house music came to Europe, he got infected by the beats and rhythms. Andy began to spin at school and student parties while playing with 2 tape decks and 2 turntables.

Then he had a residency for a small club next to Mannheim, Germany. Before moving to Hungary in 1997 he ran a club in Germany where he organized drum´n´bass, house as well as techno events. After exploring almost every style of electronic music, Andy decided to represent the sound of Techno. Andy Slate uses 100% concentration to give back a perfect sound by using the DJM600 mixer, 3 Technics MKII turntables and a laptop. His sets are not just one-sided: they contain a bright spectrum of the 21st century´s modern dance music.

Andy prefers to play funky techhouse and techno filled with progressive minimal beats and deephouse grooves. When Andy is playing behind the decks, he is totally fusioned with the sound coming out of the sound system. His positive and energetic sound makes everybody dance and happy. Andy always tries to let the music speak in a language that everybody understands.

Over the past 15 years, Andy Slate has played along with many well known artists: Dave Clarke, Jeff Mills, Josh Wink, Tim Taylor, Green Velvet, Umek, Kanzyani, Paul Mac, Marco Bailey, Kenny Larkin, Stacey Pullen, Mike Grant, Steve Stoll, Misjah, Anthony Shakir, John Acquaviva, Colin Dale, Takkyu Ishino, Adam Beyer, Acid Junkies, Monika Kruse, Westbam, DJ Duke, Supa DJ Dmitry and many more. In 1997 Andy organized the first Hungarian Float at the loveparade in Berlin. This was a major achievement for the Eastern European Electronic Scene as this was the first time ever that an Ex-East Bloc Country took part at the loveparade. Two Years later, he managed to take part again with a Hungarian Float at the loveparade Berlin in 1999 which was the most visited loveparade ever with almost 1.5 million people from all over the world.

In the same year, Andy was invited to play as support act at Jamiroquai´s Synchronized World Tour in Budapest where Andy performed live together with Duel (lead guitar) and Kingkonga (percussionist) in front of 15.000 people. His technotive productions are played by the biggest djs around the globe. You can find his tracks on the playlists of Dave Clarke, Laurent Garnier, Carl Cox, Joey Beltram, Kevin Saunderson, Misstress Barbara, Umek and a lot more. On the other side, his deeper and more house tracks are played by Deep Dish, Behrouz, Circulation, Danny Howells and Desyn Masiello. These days Andy is working a lot in the studio doing new tracks and remixes.

Since 2003 Andy started to work with Tim Taylor (Missile Records London) on several remix projects reaching from 70s disco rare grooves up to ruff techno beats. To realize this, Tim Taylor moved for almost one year to Budapest. In the meantime, Andy has setup a recordingstudio and a high-professional masteringstudio in Budapest. In 2005 Andy has launched 2 new labelprojects called spacegypsie reflecting more deep´n´fresh techhouse sound and dizkotronik bringing some special re-edited & remixed 70s disco and funk classics flavoured with jackin beats. Releases: spacegypsie : true love never dies (original+dub) (12") Released: November 2006 Label: alternative route 035 shafunkers : play (original+mashtronic and andy slate remixes) (12") Released: September 2006 Label: deeper substance 006 andy slate : nightrider ep (12") Released: June 2006 Label: flylife 003 dizkotronik : disco traxx vol 01 (12") Released: April 2006 Label: dizkotronik 01 spacegypsie : I take u high / after (digital) Released: Nov 2005 Label: morrisonrecordings 003 steve mulder vs.

andy slate : ride on remixes (12") Released: November 2005 Label: fuck babe 06 zaeabise sampler 01: various artists( 12”) Released: November 2005 Label: zaebise 01 alexander koning vs andy slate : bad girls limited (12") Released: November 2005 Label: bad girls limited 01 boogie business 01: get on the floor ( 12”) Released: July 2005 Label: boogie business tim taylor & andy slate: da fresh dubz ( 12”) Released: July 2005 Label: disco-tech 02 andy slate & tim taylor : jungle people & night daddy (12") Released: June 2004 Label: missile rec. 56 egyptian empire : horn track rmxs (12") Released: June 2004 Label: missile rec. 53.5 ltd andy slate : dizko powder ep (12") Released: June 2004 Label: eukatech 059 tim taylor & andyslate vs ASF: ignore the machine ( 2x12”) Released: May 2005 Label: driller 01 tim taylor vs andy slate : muscle madness (12") Released: July 2003 Label: missile rec. 54 tim taylor vs andy slate : no stars (12") Released: May 2003 Label: no stars oo1 andy slate : confront ep (12") Released: April 2003 Label: soulmate 002 andy slate & tbk : decibel disciple ( rmx ) (12") Released: May 2002 Label:babe rec.

006 johan bacto, hertz, andy slate, alex k & tbk : magnitude ep (12") Released: Nov 2002 Label: zync rec. 023 andy slate vs. alexander koning : mercy hump ep (12") Released: May 2002 Label: babe rec.003 andy slate : funk elements ep (12") Released: Oct 2001 Label: soulmate 001 andy slate : hungarian truck 99 - compilation (CD) Released: Aug 1999 Label: universal music andy slate : total confusion (CD) Released: Sep 1998 Label: polygram cassiopaya vs. andy slate : astral projection (12") Released: Sep 1997 Label: shokoy rec.

Appeared On: v.a. - beatport promotional tracks 2006 v.a. - hungarian techno only vol.2 2005 kevin saunderson – deep space techno vol.2 2004 galye san – palazzo mix cd series 2004 desyn masiello – original series 0.1 2004 v.a. - United DJs Vol.2 2004 v.a.

- 10 years of missile 2004 joey beltram – form & control 2002 w.j henze – djs homebase V 2002 v.a. - hungarian Float at Loveparade Berlin 1999 v.a. - deezone traxx vol.2 1998 Main Performances: Anubar San Francisco, USA 2006 Underbar Boston, USA 2006 1015 San Francisco, USA 2006 Le Souk New York, USA 2005/2006 Keybar New York, USA 2005-2006 Winter Music Conference Miami 2001/2005 MTV Valkanabeach Festival in Croatia 2001/2003 Sziget Festival Budapest, Hungary 1998/1999/2001/2003 Hocus Pocus in Mexico City 2003 Club Ra in Las Vegas, USA 2001 Harlequins Castle Bavaria, Germany 2001 Fort Bourgignon Pula, Croatia 2001 Geniusbar Debrecen Hungary 1999-2000 Loveparade Berlin Germany 1997/1999/2000 Budapest Parade Hungary 1999/2000 Volksgarten Vienna, Austria 1997/1999 Greenfield Open-Air Festival, Hungary 1999 Industry Budapest, Hungary 1998 Trend Warsaw, Poland 1997/1998 Sonic Budapest, Hungary 1998/1999 Paradiso Novi Sad, Serbia 1997/1998/1999/2001 U-Club Bratislava, Czech 1997 Teknosys Belgrade, Serbia 1997 Streetparade Zurich, Swiss 1996 Freeparty Vienna, Austria 1996 Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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