Gavrilovich. Born on November 2, 1984 in Belgrade, Serbia. He was always connected to music in one way or another, in his hometown he came to play the flute and then as he himself says: "I began to listen to more music related to rhythm", hip hop, some rock until I heard bands. such as Chemical Brothers, Prodigy and Kraftwerk. By then Serbia was in a conflict with the Albanians, in what was known as the Kosovo War from 1998 to 99, his city was a war zone for that reason. At the age of 15 he moved to the Dominican Republic with his family. Upon his arrival, without the language, without Documents, in a totally different environment from what he had always lived, he turned to the universal language of communication, Music, It was only after meeting Marco Bailey, Ben Sims, Mark Broom, Christian Smith and Adam Beyer who bought his first set of turntables. That same year he began to play in bars and private parties playing records ranging from Marco Carola, Mistress Barbara, Carl Cox, Marco Bailey, Ben Sims, Mark Broom, Christian Smith and Adam Beyer, all with a frequency of 135 to 140bpm. He decided he wanted to take on the challenge of a third turntable; “I started playing at 140bpm and that was it, I had to buy my fourth turntable.” With this setup, I would keep three records playing and one constantly changing to achieve a full four-channel mix with effects unit. He started producing with Reason 2.0 “Around this time I came across Ableton and Elektribe, but only to conclude that Reason is my favourite.” When I mastered techno, I started playing electro-techno (Audion, Tiefschwarz, Tony Rohr, Misc, Rother) which made me He will play alongside Diego Roca, Nathan John and Jerome Pacman. His most recent move has been towards minimal techno, listening to records by his old favorite producers and new artists such as Modeselektor. This has led him to share the stage with international artists such as Marc Houle, Alexi delano and Franco Bianco. Now he's producing more than playing. "And I hope to be part of a record label that goes with my style and finally have the opportunity to play more.