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Post  raphaeldaze on Mon Apr 25, 2011 11:03 pm

::::This the short version::::

My name is Raphael (DJDAZE) Molinari

I have been djing for a really long, long, long time.
I've climbed the evolutionary latter of Electronica. In the early nineties,
I moved here from New York to what I thought was a small logging town.
I was a rhythm programer for the group 6800 Portland's first Techno group.
In 1995 I left Portland for 3 1/2 years to visit family in Europe.
Finding my self in Heathrow Airport, I made my way though Luxembourg,
Belgium and into Germany where I experienced the European version of Techno.

To make a long story short, Tresor Club in Germany
re-shaped everything I thought I knew about Electronic music.
Seeing Sven Vath & Nitzer Ebb Playing the same show was the
greatest thing since I saw Skinny Puppy & Alien Sex Fiend
I spent 2 years in Italy living with my aunt and made my way to
Valencia, Spain where the locals told me about an island just a
ferry ride away called Evissa (Ibiza) which was absolutely immersed in the Electronic music culture. I've reached my Mecca. I discovered Trance.

A year later my world was never the same. I got to see and meet
Tiesto, Armin Van Buuren, Paul Van Dyk, and Ferry Corsten, so many
more djs in clubs that became household names.
Upon my return in 1998 I was completely changed.
I came back to Portland, figuring perhaps my experience could
benefit the scene here. The truth be told, what I had experienced
abroad was years ahead of the music being played here at that time.
There were maybe, 8 of us all together that played European Techno (Trance).
In the following years, I adapted to the new technologies until being where I am today.
I consider my self to be proficient in over 10 genres os Electronica and always willing to learn more.

My peers get older, the music and technology keeps me young.
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