Mechatok

Before becoming Berlin producer Mechatok, Timur Tokdemir had a different idea of who he was going to be when he grew up. He had sketched out a life involving concert halls and the grueling practice schedule of a performing classical guitarist.

Tokdemir has slowly developed one of the most distinctive sounds in contemporary electronic music: equal parts blissful and melancholic club-ready pop miniatures. Finding homes with both the Stockholm-based Staycore Collective and London’s Bala Club, his productions are often feather-light and hyper-melodic unlike the more percussive, confrontational offerings of his peers.

Tokdemir began producing electronic music as a teen living on the outskirts of Munich. He met Bao-Tran Tran, aka Mobilegirl, at school when he was 14 or 15 and the pair immediately began hanging out, usually just messing around on the computer.

Then, at age 18, he upped sticks and made the five-hour journey north to Berlin to study graphic design.

The Gulf Area EP, released in December 2015 on Munich-based label, Public Possession, marks the self-described end of Tokdemir’s “Munich episode” but also the point at which his sound began to coalesce.

Info o Mechatok

Before becoming Berlin producer Mechatok, Timur Tokdemir had a different idea of who he was going to be when he grew up. He had sketched out a life involving concert halls and the grueling practice schedule of a performing classical guitarist.

Tokdemir has slowly developed one of the most distinctive sounds in contemporary electronic music: equal parts blissful and melancholic club-ready pop miniatures. Finding homes with both the Stockholm-based Staycore Collective and London’s Bala Club, his productions are often feather-light and hyper-melodic unlike the more percussive, confrontational offerings of his peers.

Tokdemir began producing electronic music as a teen living on the outskirts of Munich. He met Bao-Tran Tran, aka Mobilegirl, at school when he was 14 or 15 and the pair immediately began hanging out, usually just messing around on the computer.

Then, at age 18, he upped sticks and made the five-hour journey north to Berlin to study graphic design.

The Gulf Area EP, released in December 2015 on Munich-based label, Public Possession, marks the self-described end of Tokdemir’s “Munich episode” but also the point at which his sound began to coalesce.

Žánre: Pop, Alternatíva/Indie, Trance, UK bass

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