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Cari Lekebusch

Though his productions haven’t been main innovations in the techno scene, Cari Lekebusch has consistently documented a large number of singles under pseudonyms like Mr. Wayne Barth, Braincell and Vector, aswell as his personal name. Elevated in Stockholm, Lekebusch started collecting information from an early on age group, and taped his personal musical tests. He started DJing expertly and organized celebrations around the region during the past due ’80s. Many years later on, Lekebusch began generating records part-time aswell, after assembling his equipment to found Cross Studios. He documented for brands like Planet Tempo, Loop, Plumphouse, R&S, ffrr, Svek, Proper NYC, Drumcode and Harthouse, later on forming his personal labels — Cross Productions, Sound Pollution, Trainspotters Headache — with World Tempo owner Glen Wilson. Cross expanded from the past due ’90s to become design organization also, and Lekebusch released his 1st LP in 1996 — Guy of Many Ideas as Braincell. Another full-length, Mr. Wayne Barth’s Stealin’ Music, premiered in 1998, and Lekebusch finally released an LP under his personal name early the next year. He in addition has remixed for Claude Youthful, Steve Stoll, Doctor and Adam Beyer, amongst others.

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