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Unquestionably, four-to-the-floor. It was the sound of Detroit that became the main well of inspiration for Swiss-born Sam Geiser. In the late '90s, it was hard-edged loop techno which lead him to releases on labels such as Carl Cox's Intec, Dave Angel's Rotation and Belgium's Music Man.
The uncompromising 2003 banger "Don't You Know Why?" propelled him into the crates of his personal idols Jeff Mills and Robert Hood, while 2006 saw the arrival of Deetron's solo album, Twisted, in which he toned down the action for home-listening compatibility while staying faithful to his old-school flavoured aesthetic.
His muscular productions tend to unfold in a dramatic, suspense-laden rush. As a DJ, he's much the same way "I want my sets to build and build and then break it down altogether. Even if that's risky. Honestly, I'm just bored of too many uniform, functional DJ sets."
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