The German house music duo Plastik Funk was formed in 2002 in Düsseldorf by Rafael Ximenez-Carrillo and Mikio Gruschinske. Spaniard Ximenez-Carrillo was created in Madrid but was raised in Grevenbroich, Nordrhein-Westfalen, while German-Japanese Gruschinske spent the initial element of his lifestyle in Tokyo before shifting to Berlin. The set began DJing in senior high school, developing through to hip-hop but switching to accommodate music after hearing Frankie Knuckles and David Morales, and fulfilled after getting the citizen DJs at two different Düsseldorf nightclubs. Their debut one, the “STILL DO IT” EP, premiered in 2003 and their following string of well-known club hits produced them well-enough known over the dance music circuit to begin with playing throughout Germany and beyond. They remixed famous brands David Guetta, Robyn, Shaggy, and Deadmau5, plus they also documented separately beneath the monikers Guernica and Turbopascal. Their most prolific calendar year was 2011, if they released no less than 13 singles, including their strike cover of C+C Music Factory’s “Everybody Dance Today,” which provided them their initial mainstream German graph entry. These were also commissioned to combine many compilation albums, including Ministry of Sound’s 2009 Classes Germany outing. In 2012 they broke out internationally using the monitor “Who,” stated in conjunction with fellow German Tujamo and performed out by big titles like Avicii and became a big success at Miami home music mecca the wintertime Music Conference. After its achievement, they performed high-profile sets all around the globe and used a summer season residency at Space in Ibiza. In 2014 their biggest strike yet arrived when the reworked “Who,” retitled “Dr. Who” and offering United kingdom rapper Sneakbo, strike number 21 for the U.K. singles graph.