Mihalis Safras


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Greek DJ/producer Mihalis Safras has a long history in the electronic music scene of Greece, becoming one of his home country’s most celebrated DJs. Over the course of the last decade he has tirelessly established himself as one of the Mediterranean’s most promising and hard working up‐and‐comers; appearing on at least a dozen 12‐inches last year alone.
Through remixes such as his epic reworking of Dubfire’s anthemic “Roadkill” Mihalis has developed a proud refined style that is progressive and functional and led to widespread support from the likes of: Sven Vath, Richie Hawtin, Adam Beyer, Ricardo Villalobos.
Tech‐House can seemingly be said to broadly fall into two categories. There’s the type that is all too familiar, and while proving powerful on the dance floor maintains all of the straight lines and heavy structure of traditional techno. There are also the more mature, experimental and creative productions that curiously peer into the creative and exciting unknown.
The calibre of Mihalis’s studio output uniquely fall’s in‐between these two and since his early studio outputs with Mark Broom, his elongated, aching yet versatile and percussive tech‐house tracks have made their way onto labels like Soma, Great Stuff, Mikrowave, Trapez and Nic Fanciulli’s Saved with whom he has exercised room‐filling soundscapes; determined and driving techno combined with the most moving of musical melodies.
As mastermind being the Material Series releases, his unrestricted and creative productions has appeared alongside an impressive list of artists including Dubfire, Dave Clarke, Mark Boom and many more not to mention producing the massive release La Samba that has burned Ibiza floors and has since been licensed for an Apple iPhone campaign.
Both in the studio and in the DJ booth Mihalis demonstrates the natural absorbed characteristics of one of the leading underground techno talents.

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