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Ritmo

Ritmo

Ritmo


Ritmo is the project of Dubi Dagan (30), who lives in Tel-Aviv, Israel. Dubi joined the scene in 1998 while he was traveling the world, discovering the trance scene in various countries such as Japan, U.S.A, India and more. From 2003 until August of 2005, Dubi took main part in Bionics Records as an office manager and PR of the label and worked with the label on its most famous party line in the Luna Club every Thursday as a residential DJ. From Read more on Last.fm
Ritmo is the project of Dubi Dagan (30), who lives in Tel-Aviv, Israel. Dubi joined the scene in 1998 while he was traveling the world, discovering the trance scene in various countries such as Japan, U.S.A, India and more. From 2003 until August of 2005, Dubi took main part in Bionics Records as an office manager and PR of the label and worked with the label on its most famous party line in the Luna Club every Thursday as a residential DJ. From January 2005 Dubi started to work on Ritmo project with another guy call: Eitan Morgenstern and together they released few tracks in various labels. In june 2006 Dubi decided to move to Tel-Aviv and started work in a famous post production and dubbing studios call: "Dubi Dub" (Teddy productions) as a sound editor and continue to work and release tracks under the project "Ritmo" alone. In may 2008 Dubi compiled a very successful compilation which was released in Iono music and call: "Grand Slam" and right after that he released his debut album: "Disharmonic Silence". Nowadays Dubi continue to work on new tunes under "Ritmo" and also started a new project call: Ritree with his friend Alon brilant aka Suntree.

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