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Bassment Sessions Nov 29: Erick Hernandez

By SpinnZinn posted Nov 29, 2012 at 09:17 PM

Its all about that hard hitting techno tonight!

Erick Hernandez is in the mix!

 

Erick Hernandez was born in 
Ciudad del Carmen, Campeche, Mexico.

At the age of 17 his passion for electronic music started, and at the age of 21 when he moved to Miami, Fl where he built a career in the world of electronic music.

Erick first caught the house music bug back in his native Mexico when he was in his late teens and has since gone on to firmly establish himself among the underground house elite across the east coast of America and beyond.

As one of Miami's most recognized Djs on the Miami scene he can regularly be heard playing at many of the cities leading venues such as Space.

His production career has really started to blossom off over the past 12 months or so with his productions and remixes finding their way into the playlists and charts of a whole host of leadings Djs mainly due to those deep, groovey underground vibes that he continues to push onto the next level.

Today, Erick Hernandez is one of the most recognized DJ's in the Techno, Tech-House, Deep House and Minimal scene in Miami.
He had the opportunity to knew some importants Dj's like Pezzner, Maurizzio Ruggiero, Kabale und Liebe,and more.

Most recently, he had been working with:
RITMIK RECORDS(Miami)
REVOLUCION RECORDS (UK)
GET PHYSICAL( BERLIN)
NURVOUS REC (NY) 
RE-WIND (ITALY)
SK SUPREME (PRISTINA)
DEEP TECH REC (US)
and many more..

The Erick Hernandez work will be published in the close future by the brand new record Label of Equivalent in the acclaimed beatport store.









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