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Born in 1987, Style Clash is part of the latest and youngest wave of EDM artists from Hungary. His connection with music formed at a very early age of 11-12 listening to various styles of music, until his taste evolved to a deeper, emotional version of trance and house music, straight towards Progressive House. Nowadays his style varies from progressive to minimal, from 4/4 to breaks, from the deep dark sound to the epic, uplifting tone. He got into deejaying only since a few years, but shows great potential.
Lately he moved on to producing also. First he started with mashups, and the positive feedback he got on those made him eager to write his own tunes. He started writing music in a new project, soon to be public.
In 2006 he formed the duo Devoid Mind with his friend and colleague Co-Jack, and they founded their own party-night called the Distorted Beats along with Neurophobe. E-quality, the mix-sequel created and hosted by the guys is also flaring slowly but continously. The monthly promo of Devoid Mind is available at www.progressive-sounds.net
He got full support from DJ/producer Fady Ferraye, the new star of the mexican scene, Minoru Hirata, as well as young hungarian fellow talents, like Gabe De Wielen, Absance and Soundsmith.
In 2007, Style Clash presents a new show on Tribalmixes Radio, hosted by him and his friend moT, the Beat Sensor!
Co-hosted show

Beat Sensor

No preset schedule (taking a break). Show first aired on January 4th, 2007 and new episodes were coming out until February 2nd, 2011. A total of 95 episodes of Beat Sensor has aired on TM Radio.
Participated in following shows

IDC, 1 episode:

)) HUNGARY (( (Jan 18, 2007)

Sonic Illusions, 1 episode:

Episode 001 (May 24, 2008)

Silk Exposures, 1 episode:

Episode 002 (Jun 28, 2008)
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