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Piotr Grymek

Kraków, Poland Tech House Breaks House Dubstep +1

Piotr Grymek is young electronic music performer, producer and DJ born and raised in Cracow, the Poland. Born in 1990, he is probably the youngest polish producer already being recognised. The music of Peter there are no rules. We find in it elements of house, electro and dubstep or deep. Thanks to his consistency in developing his own style and working on his technique, he now has a chance to win the audience’s attention across Poland. He lives in Cracow, which is a place he wants to realise his career plans, where he began to play the first parties and release the first tracks. He studies Physics - the specialisation acoustic and sound engineering in Institute of Physics, Jan Dlugosz University in Czestochowa. Influenced by artists such as: Fisherspooner, Crystal Method, The Faint, The Prodigy, Chemical Brothers, Basement Jaxx, Piotr began his musical trip. He gained the experience by producing with people like Mafia Mike, DJ Adhd and many vocalist and musicians. On stage he performs such genres as: house, tech-house, electro, dub-step, regularly in clubs such as: Rdza, Coco, Cien. He has supported such individuals as: Hoxton Whores, Dj T (Get Physical Music), AirTo (Roxy/Prague), Boogie Pimps (Superstar Rec.), Dj Adamus, Mafia Mike (Wet Fingers, Topless Rec.), Junkie Punks. In 2011, Piotr classified the semifinals of the competition Coke Live Fresh Noise. He is a producer of samples and sounds for the company Diginoiz, which are available at online stores worldwide. In the end of 2011 Piotr with Maciej Milczanowski took second place in the competition for the remix of "Escape from the tropics" by the Polish producer Marek Bilinski. Technical innovations (like a Nintendo Wii or iPhone, iPad) are taking place in his equipment for live performances. The primary tool during a live performance are Ableton and MIDI controllers. Most of the Piotr's productions are still not released, so you should see Piotr live and listen to what has to offer now.

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