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RAMIRO BERNABELA

Ramiro Bernabela was born outside of Rotterdam, Netherlands and moved to Groningen when he was 10 years old. He developed a love for music at an early age, playing his first synthesizer at age 12. He began DJing at age 18 and played at parties and clubs in Groningen and Amsterdam for many years. He was the Saturday night resident DJ in De Golden Arm, the biggest dance club in northern Netherlands, for 7 years. He was a regular guest DJ at De Melkweg in Amsterdam, and was a monthly resident DJ at Amsterdam's famous afterparties in Club Zoo in the early 2000s. His music style can be described as deep house with some funk and techno twisted in.

In 1998 he started learning about music production and making special edits to use in his DJ sets. Since then, he has been perfecting his production skills and building up his studio. He uses various drum machines and analog synthesizers in his productions to give them an organic sound. Ramiro has a very individual style of combing many different types of elements together and not following the standard genre rules, giving his productions a unique and interesting sound. 2015 was a great year producion-wise for Ramiro, having 2 original tracks in the Traxsource Top 100, "How Low Can You Go" featuring Mr. V., and "Life After House," a collaboration with house legend Roland Clark. Ramiro is currently living in Detroit and working on producing his debut full-length album that is expected to be released in early 2017.
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