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Kaiser Souzai

Berlin, Germany Deep House House Tech House Electronica +1

Who is Kaiser Souzai?

Starting off as a producer only project, the artist duo didn't play live in the beginning,
thus nobody knew, who they were. In the dark of their studio, they created track after track, big sellers
too, but no faces were shown. Just a bit over a year ago, they started to spin and play on a regular basis,
filling dancefloors worldwide. Creating their own unique sound flavor, somewhere between dark tech,
synth loaded electronica and artrock techno gigantism, they found their niche abroad the mainstream,
still reaching regularly the top 10 of the electronic music selling portals like Beatport.

With releases as "Monique", "Girl" (Pulp Fiction Theme), the Cloud Series “Altocummulus Floccus”,
“Stratocumulus” or “Cirrus”, they've put themselves on the map of the electronic music scene.
After over 40 releases, 2014 has been another great year for the duo, releasing Maurice Ravel inspired
"Bolero", "Foggy", "Mondy", "Get2Ghetto" and the 70s Art Rock-inspired, 12 min anthem, "1976" on
Trapez as well as remixing Booka Shade's "Love Inc." (Blaufield) and Benotmane's "Theme" on

They have also implemented their "Kaiser's Ballroom" label nights, which showcases them as well as
artist friends ( on their club nights, stages and festivals.

Kaiser Souzai welcomes you to check out their art on

Appearances in 2013/2014:

Sullivan Room, NYC // Soho Beach House, Miami // Flyover, Sydney // Spice, Sydney // The
Burdekin, Sydney // Section 8, Melbourne // Killing Time, Melbourne // Club Venue, Helsinki // Studio
80, Amsterdam // Klub Pralnia, Wroclaw // Kater Holzig, Berlin // Sisyphos, Berlin // Ritter Butzke,
Berlin // Club der Visionäre, Berlin // Chalet Club, Berlin // Tresor, Berlin // Lichtpark, Berlin //
Magdalena, Berlin // MELT! Festival 2014, Ferropolis // Berlin Festival 2014, Berlin // Jägerhalle,
Basel // Natürlich Irre Festival, Neustrelitz // Bullitt, Munich // Brain Club, Braunschweig // Baalsaal,
Hamburg // Conny Kramer, Münster // Kühlhaus, Flensburg // and many more…

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