Biography of Dub Dummies
|Real name / ||ATRX Mr.Castelo|
Dub Dummies is an electronic music duo consisting of two Argentinean musicians:
Christian Hainich (aka Atrx) and Juan Manuel Castelo (aka Mr.Castelo).
They first met in 2001, while studying at the National University of Quilmes. Juan
was studying electronic music composition and Christian biotechnology.
When they met Julio Largente they did their first EP “Cumbia Nena” which came out
on Opendecks Records in 2008.
After some time, they met Franco Bianco. He used their tracks worldwide, and even
edited Dub Dummies in his digital label Darek Recordings, which includes many
great artists such as Someone Else, Mike Wall, Shadi Megallaa, SCSI-9, Amesh and
the list can go on and on…
In 2009 Dub Dummies released “House, metals, laughter and bugs” by Darek
records, with remixes of Butane, Nooncat, Nacho Benedetti and Jose Wated. And
also made some remixes for the Italian labels, Globox and Zirben.
They also created Sweet Noise Audiovisual netlabel, with Rodrigo Rivera, Kudach,
and Clip4food. The netlabel also includes video to the music, with a free distribution
During 2010, Mr.Castelo represented Dub Dummies in Europe, playing in Berlin
clubs such as Arena Club (w/ Jesper Dahlbäck and Franco Bianco), Rekorder (w/
Alejandro Vivanco and Argenis Brito), Midsommar Fest in Luzern, Switzerland
(w/Nooncat, , Karmina, Mike Wall among others) , and other clubs in Poland.
The last work of the duo, “Mantra” Ep, delivered two original techno tracks, with
remixes of Jesper Dahlbäck and Phil Kieran, released by International Sound
Laboratory Records, Jesper Dahlbäck`s lablel.
The Dub Dummies will definitely continue to produce many tracks, and they are also
planning nonstop live performances with their own material, to combine dj and live sets,
as a duo or single presentation…
During 2011 you will find a great number of releases made by the Dub Dummies,
including remixes and collaboration with friends and co-producers. They are a great duo
to follow and to remember, with many tricks up their sleeves...