None of these projects, however, quenched his thirst for music that was at once innovative, note-worthy, and alarming. He began a quest. Dwaynesez spent the next three years of his life traveling the world, collecting knowledge of music from a variety of cultures. It wasn’t until he came full circle, however, and returned to Switzerland that his personal style fully developed.
He spent nearly a month in the Alps with no outside contact, but when he descended the mountain, he was a new man, a techno maestro, the DJ Dwaynesez we know and love today. Some say he had a religious experience. Others say he went insane. His take on the whole thing? “You’d be surprised how good the acoustics are up in those mountains.” No matter what you believe, it can’t be denied that after his experience in the Alps, he returned to the Americas with ferocity.
He produced his first full-length album under the name DJ Dwaynesez, entitled “Phat Beats, Techno Treats”, while attending an independent university in a small collective community in Minnesota. There he majored in beat bending and sidewalk philosophy. These days, DJ Dwaynesez spends most of his time developing his talents and collecting sounds. His next album, “Beat-wise, Flowing Like Sand”, is set to release late next season.
It’s also worth noting that DJ Dwaynesez is the only artist ever able to become planar. Others have tried and, so far, nothing’s working. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..