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Damolh33

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2019-04-26 16:36:06


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Gabriel Bernath aka Damolh33 was born in Orechova Poton, Slovakia. From a young age he showed a passion for music and this passion started to materialize during 1999. He started playing in local clubs and after a few years began to produce tracks with his brother Mikulas. In the beginning they were into techno, but currently they mix deep, minimal grooves and tunes. Their music you can find on labels LFB, Seta label, Paria, Piso music, Zenith, Leporelo, Bavaria and more. And his track "Truffle" played RICHIE HAWTIN and also their tracks was in Richie's charts and demos.

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2011/10/09      
 [MLD-003]   Vowel EP  
 
Vowel EP by-nc
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on melodica-netlabel
3 Tracks, 1 Artist '153 Downloads [i]
2010/10/14      

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