Live Techno whiz, Saytek, reveals the 2nd instalment of his brilliant ‘Live On Tour’ EP series with an exceptional set of live jams recorded at Minimal Force at Werkhaus, London, Insel Der Jugend, Madgeburg and Mauerpfeiffer, Saarland. A scintillating snapshot of his live improvisation mastery recorded before the onset of Covid-19, 'Volume 2’ features 4 powerful jams packed with slamming beats, haunting synthology, acid rubs and that signature Saytek magic that happens when he’s let loose on his kit in front of a vibed up crowd. Over the past few years, UK artist, Saytek (aka Joseph Keevill) has carved himself a reputation as one of the electronic music scene's most innovative live acts with his impressive improvised shows. His mastery of machines (including analog synths, sequencers and drum machines, alongside advanced technology), combined with a unique energy and ear for melody, has won him acclaim and fans worldwide, ever present, offering improvised sets of deep and hypnotic techno, Acid and House jams. Those fans also include House and techno pioneers such as Carl Cox, Kevin Saunderson, Darren Emerson, Steve Lawler, Danny Rampling, DR Motte and MR.C, who signed Saytek's music to their own respective labels and featured his live shows at their events. To date, Saytek has released eight esteemed live albums, Live Jam tracks, EPs and 12” singles, on his own Cubism imprint as well labels such as Awesome Soundwave (Carl Cox’s new home for live artists) KMS, Superfreq, Liebe*Detail, Soma, Bedrock, fabric, My Favorite Robot Records, Wiggle, My Favourite Freaks and many more. His busy tour schedule has seen him deliver peak time live performances at some of the best parties and festivals around the world. Highlights include Carl Cox's Intec Arena at Creamfields and Carl Cox’s forthcoming Megatructure at Resistance, Miami (sadly just postponed due to Coronavirus); Danny Rampling’s 30 year anniversary of his Shoom party; Awakenings ADE; the legendary Terrace of Space Ibiza (RIP); Printworks; Mysteryland; and fabric London. Saytek also performs regularly at the heart of Berlin’s underground scene with shows at Tresor, Watergate, Sisyphos’s Hammerhalle and last year he was invited to perform at the legendary Love Parade founder, Dr Motte’s Birthday at Suicide Circus. Whilst his Facebook live streams continue to rack up millions of plays, along with winning much regular support in the media from the likes Mixmag, DJ Mag and more, in 2019 Saytek was voted as one of the top 20 live acts in Faze Magazine by the German public and also held his place in the top 50 Techno Artists again on Traxsource (2016-2019).
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