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Creator of the radio show Golden Era Techno, which was presented live on LiveSets Radio at 9 PM Greenwich Mean Time zone each second and fourth Saturdays of the following months: April – September 2011. Living in the South-West of England, born in Szczecin, Poland, which can be called a north-western capital of underground music scene of Poland, that is situated not far, but just 150 miles away from the very well known European epicenter of underground Techno culture – the Berlin... Read more
Creator of the radio show Golden Era Techno, which was presented live on LiveSets Radio at 9 PM Greenwich Mean Time zone each second and fourth Saturdays of the following months: April – September 2011. Living in the South-West of England, born in Szczecin, Poland, which can be called a north-western capital of underground music scene of Poland, that is situated not far, but just 150 miles away from the very well known European epicenter of underground Techno culture – the Berlin city.
Milos Kovalevsky started mixing at age of 15 in the Year 1998, when he first used his neighbour’s old gramophone plugging it to an old amplifier which he bought of his mate’s father and, connecting some signal cables together and finally using a computer CD-ROM drive as a second mixing channel. Before this, Milos used to remix music recorded on cassette tapes by looping cut song phrases, using for this purpose a ‘cheap’ cassette double-deck recorder. Later, his passion for mixing expanded to collecting vinyls and more audio equipment. He even did experiments with playing DJ sets by mixing earlier recorded sets on spool tapes (Reel-To-Reel).
The regular customer of Techno club ‘Oszolom’ – later known as ‘Neuron’ – could watch and learn from its residents. Soon he met them and joined them on the stage. In the same time he could learn about new styles and genres through listening to underground radio broadcasts hosted by the very known and popular in Poland radio station – RMF FM. The legendary radio show called “TMM FM” (‘Technical School of Music Mechanization’) presented and promoted various range of music and all time classics ever made in following styles: Garage/Speed-Garage, Hardcore, House, Maximal/Minimal, Electro-Funk, EBM, IDM, New-Age, D`n`B, Acid and Detroit Techno.
Later, in the Year 2002, Milos started his new job as a sound technician in club called ‘Mezzoforte’ in Szczecin, where he during his spare time learned basics of three-deck’ spinning and scratching. There he met many local DJs, VJs, bands, radio presenters, producers, photographers and filmmakers. But because his musical path was different to which the club was marketing those days, he didn’t ever get a chance to play there at a regular party. However, in the Year 2003 he was invited to play in ‘Neuron’, the home of friendly Techno formation, Neuroshocked. After time, in 2004 the club was moved to a bigger place under new name as ‘Crossed Pistons’. There Milos Kovalevsky could support D.A.V.E The Drummer in Blue Room playing for VIP members. In the event of emergency he was asked to operate for a few weeks ‘Neurologia’, a radio broadcast dedicated to the formation.
On the 25th of May 2005 he left the job in ‘Mezzoforte’ and just a month later decided to emigrate to United Kingdom with hope that he will find better financial support in his life. Settled in Southampton in Hampshire county, he started learning complete new skills – performing live acts, music production and mastering songs. Trying to make his dreams come true he’s currently growing his name and setting his personal studio and label. Learning everything from the beginning, reading a lot, listening to more music and trying hard to become internationally recognized DJ and producer.
He attended a course for radio operations at BBC in Evesham and LEME conference in London at Alchemea College. Practicing his writer and publisher skills on the internet he learns Information Technology. Apart from this he often sits drum kit and learns guitar. Artist also started to make photographs and slides for his future projects and performances. The arts he’s inspired of are the music and the arts of Milos’s favourite artist – Jeff Mills.
As a producer artist has his most favourite engineer and writer – Michael Cretu (Enigma, Sandra, Trance Atlantic Air Waves) and he also follows the composer Yanni. Digging deeper he finds tribal dance, exotica sub-culture and Hollywood themes inspiring for his work. He also loves the legendary show by Jean-Paul De Coster, Co-Produced with Filip De Wilde, Europe’s No.1 – 2 Unlimited (Ray & Anita). The Chemical Brothers is on his influences list too. Show less