03 februari 2017

Sin Sin



The new Sin Sin project returns to techno-roots by bringing back the atmosphere, density of sound and variety to techno music, combined own specific trademark-elements to form his definition of a genre, which claims to be nothing less than the future - techno in its purest shape.

Sinclair aka Sin Sin began his career in music by DJing in several well-known national nightclubs in Germany back in 1999. For several years he held a residency at the Fusion Club, one of Germany's most prestigeous underground techno-locations, where he had countless opportunities to play along the sides of most major international techno-acts of the time. Along with another Fusion Club resident, Sinclair founded the vinyl-label "Statiq Records" in 2002 on which he brought out numerous techno-releases, before he entered the hardtechno-scene with his own second imprint "Plug & Play Records", subsequently leading to various hardtechno-gigs abroad during the following years, including touring three times to Colombia and Venezuela and appearing on important labels of the hardtechno-genre. With his new Sin Sin project, Sinclair returns to his techno-roots by bringing back the atmosphere, density of sound and variety to techno music, combined with his own specific trademark-elements to form his definition of a genre, which claims to be nothing less than the future - techno in its purest shape.

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