Written by klemenz on July 17, 2019
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Stanny Abram is a music machine, his musical knowledge is beyond imaginable, his passion for music is endless and all of this can be seen when you see Stanny Abram perform live. Not only that we talk about musical genius, who has currently more than 1100 released tracks out there, including 6 studio albums on more that 100 international labels. He is also an owner of 6 successful electronic music labels, an active DJ, entertainer behind decks and for the last 2 years, a host of popular radio show on Club Vibes Radio. Lets take a brief look how he built up his name .
Stanny Abram’s passion for music evolved in mid 80’s listening to, at the time very popular, radio Luxemburg. Starting with two tape recorders his enthusiasm was immediately noticed and introduced to a fellow DJ Amado Sallinas. They teamed up and started learning different techniques of mixing on record players. House and at the time more popular Acid House soon replaced Italo Disco which gained him a lot of air time in some of the hottest clubs in Slovenia.
Mid 90’s bring another team up for Stanny Abram, this time with DJ Ozzy Lee Tiger. They found a project called the D-Team and create a handful of pretty successful Slo-Dance numbers amongst which a song called Frendy ,took the high spot placing them on the fourth place in Dee Jay Time chart. They also appeared on several TV shows and were a part of Slo Dance Scene against drugs project. In the late 90’s Stanny Abram’s career took a big turn to the underground techno waters. His mix Sintetic Food got some good reviews and feedback on Slovenian scene. After few years in techno he decided it’s time to move back to basics. His mixes nowadays contain his own production and edits so he surprises with something new on every set.
So, being unable to live without music, production and mostly gigs, Stanny Abram has been traveling his musical journey for the last 30 years now. In all this time, a lot has changed. Including artist name, under which Stanny Abram produced, and played music, clubs, where Stanny has had his residencies, labels under which he published his works and generations of followers, who dance and listen to his music. One thing remains the same though, Stanny`s deepest passion for music. What started in the mid 80`s when listening to, at the time very popular, radio Luxemburg, soon escalated into first steps towards mixing music with just two tape recorders.
After more than 15 years wandering through different styles and genres of electronic music, Stanny Abram got the bigger picture he needed. Armed with years of knowledge and experience, he began to shape and create his own sound and found his home at house music with varieties to tech-house and deep house. One by one, releases and remixes began to leak from Stanny Abram. Step by step he mastered his skills as a producer, and on the way, he slowly built up his reputation.
The last 5 years have been most productive so far for Stanny Abram. After recieving more and more recognition from abroad, Stanny locked himself in studio and began to restlessly deliver music. On his way, he managed to launched a number of his own labels, such as Marba Records, Eichtal Recordings. In the last five years, he recieved an invitation to contribute a release or a remix on more than 100 international labels worldwide, what makes him one of the most productive producers of our time.Got releases on Toolroom Records, Stereo Productions, Great Stuff, Natura Viva, NoExcuse, Little Helpers, Be One, Psicodelica, Wall Of Sound, Jekos Music, Monique Music, ….
However, one must ask himself, where does this guy get all the inspiration from? Well, we cannot answer that, but obviously, he is on the right track, since his music is flooding various charts, podcasts and dancefloors worldwide, and it is constantly played by electronic music giants, like Marco Carola,Joseph Capriati, Roger Sanchez, Carl Cox, Mark Knight, Steve “Silk” Hurley, Stefano Noferini, Thomas Schumaher, Sam Divine, Sonny Wharton, Umek, Chus and Ceballos, and Sergio Fernandez, to name a few.