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Erell Ranson

Erell Ranson

Erell Ranson


Born in 1977 and raised in the north of France, Erell Ranson was influenced by the synthetic wave of the Seventies (Kraftwerk, Vangelis...) that he discovered thanks to his uncle. In 1989 - 1990, he discovered techno music on Maxximum Radio where Laurent Garnier hosted a show, called "RaveMaxx". Since that time, music was an essential part of his life..... After many weekends visiting parties, he started deejaying at small local parties and began to buy 12es. Read more on Last.fm
Born in 1977 and raised in the north of France, Erell Ranson was influenced by the synthetic wave of the Seventies (Kraftwerk, Vangelis...) that he discovered thanks to his uncle. In 1989 - 1990, he discovered techno music on Maxximum Radio where Laurent Garnier hosted a show, called "RaveMaxx". Since that time, music was an essential part of his life..... After many weekends visiting parties, he started deejaying at small local parties and began to buy 12es.

Then, the urge to create his own tracks started to raise naturally. In 1997, he bought various machines, and started programming sounds and music. Very influenced by the sound of Detroit (UR, Robert Hood, Jeff Mills, Carl Craig,...) and the melancholic sound of this scene, he focused his productions on this style. Following his "ancestors", he produces deep and melancholic tracks.

In 2006, he founds the Chroma Electronic Collective with his friends Pedro Cali (FCom, Melodika) and Tyler Smith (Audiocrash). In 2008 he founded his own label "MySelf Recordings" 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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