“…a dexterity few DJ’s can harness” (One Week To Live). Kone-R is the man behind the Uncharted Audio record label, which has introduced the likes of Cursor Miner, LJ Kruzer, Kings Have Long Arms and plenty of other weird and wonderful sonic tomfoolery to the world. Manning the turntables since 1992 when he discovered the joy of warehouse raves, the spirit of that era lives on in his sets today, with a liberal sprinkling of ambience, techno, breakbeats and plenty of low frequency oscillations. Despite the length of time he’s spent in the booth, he maintains a cutting edge – you’re as likely to hear him drop fresh dubplates by up and coming acts alongside the latest cuts from Berlin to Detroit as you are to hear vintage rave, classic disco and timeless electro. Listen to Kone-R’s recent mix for Delta9: http://bit.ly/8wKWeQ
His sets come in various flavours – spend a couple of hours with him and you’re likely to hear anything from crunchy melodic hip hop through to the heavier side of dubstep. If you like tracks with a cheeky side to them (and a whole lot of BASS!) you can count on finding them in his sets.
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DJ’ing for over a decade this Polish DJ has played probably every decent underground club in his home country, as well as having the chance to bring his musical vision to Berlin (Tresor, Berghain Kantine), Kiev (Xlib), Malta (Liquid) as well as many London appearances (Ginglik, Egg, Gramaphone). Over the years he’s played alongside such a versatile bunch of artists as Si Begg, Dan Bell/DBX, Luke Vibert, Scuba, DJ Assault, Milanese, The Hacker, Jeff Mills, Neil Landstrumm, Surgeon, Skream & Benga amongst many others, which gives you an impression of his varied DJ-style. It all depends on the party and the people but you can expect a whole spectrum of electronic music, ranging from various electro/breakbeat forms & sub-bass driven tunes, through microhouse, minimal & techno up to electronica or downtempo stuff.