Eruption Radio Show
|Sunday||8:00 pm||9:00 pm|
Tagged as: Deep, Tech House, Techno
Thomas Genchev is a young producer from Bulgaria, who has dedicated his life to music. From an early age he fell under the spell of electronic sound and almost instantly starts his attempts to produce his own tracks. A sense of catchy grooves, enthusiasm and passion has made Thomas a serious part of today's top electronic producers´ community. Influenced by artists such as Marco Carola, Richie Hawtin and Sven Väth, his musical style can range from Deep and Tech House, up to pumping, atmospheric Techno , that makes you "feel the groove".
It was in the summer of 2011, when he felt himself completely trapped into the underground vibes. Thomas Genchev got the inspiration to start creating his own sound, conforming to the highest producing standards. Demonstrating his true potential and unquestionable talent, he got his first release – “Bent Reality” on Sui Generiz. In 2012 Thomas went on to take his musical skills to the next level. It was in his next phase that he began to master his DJ technique and podcasting. He released productions on record labels such as Soulman Music, Deep and the Belgium legend Bonzai.
At the end of 2013, he finally added the missing pieces of his complete house music experience. Thomas was selected from 120 candidates to participate in the competition for a resident dj of the prestigious Yalta club. During this period he also became a regular fixture on Strom:Kraft Radio and that opened a new perspective – the opportunity to mix for different radio shows such as Bonzai Basik Beats, BBBS & Theme Night on Strom:Kraft. In November 2013 Thomas Genchev launched his own radio show – Eruption.
In times of easy access to music, audio mixing and production software, Thomas proves that it is still possible to build a complete DJ and producer career from the scratch and attain the ultimate skill of a musical storyteller.
In 2014, Thomas Genchev became a resident of Insomniafm with his monthly 60 minutes radio show called “Eruption“, who wraps it’s loose limbs in a tighter tech framework into the druggy boogie sound.