O Kevin Saunderson
Kevin Saunderson was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1964, but already in 9 years, his family moved to Detroit. You got to high school in the same class in which they studied later techno legend Juan Atkins and Derrick May. The class teacher certainly had no idea what the person sitting in the classroom, however, the meeting later gave rise to the Detroit sound of electronic music, from which emerged after the mold of house music and techno. While Atkins and May are in the early '80s rushed to the music, it was more important for Kevin to finish telecommunication study and play football at Eastern Michigan University.
The production and DJing Kevin got his buddies to success with the single “Let Go” in 1988. "I often wake up with an idea and I had to study, which was right in the next room and there I am new ideas and inspiration developed. Back then it was all about the experiment, but we were still college students. "Described in his biography of Kevin. A milestone that changed not only Kevin’s life, but also a dance music project was Innercity on Kevin signed the direction of electronic music for the next decade. The most successful singles from the album Paradise was “Big Fun” and house anthem '90 “Good Life.” New dance sound utterly captivated mainly in Europe and the plate is considered one of the most important moments in the history of electronic music.
During his career, worked and performed under many pseudonyms (such as spasms, E-Dancer, The Elevator), which gave him great creative freedom both production and DJing field. The large number of albums, EPs and compilation is certainly noteworthy breakthrough LP Heavenly released in 1997 under the pseudonym E-Dancer. Not many artists have managed to stay so long at the edge of the underground and become the legend, as it managed to Kevin Saunderson.