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Silinder, hailing from Dublin in the Rep. of Ireland has been producing electronic music for over 18 years now.

‘deep, dark & hypnotic with a melodic theme’

 

That’s how Gavin describes his productions. Growing up on his parents & older brother’s vast taste in music ranging from 70’s Irish Folk & Disco to 80’s Italo & Synth Pop. Gavin has ended up with a vast array of musical influences which are ever present in his productions to this day.

With releases on highly respected labels from around the world including Sudbeat, Proton Music, Jackpot Records & Disco Gecko Recordings to name a few and gaining massive support over the years from some of the biggest & most in demand dj’s from around the world (Sasha, Hernan Cattaneo, Charlie May, Toby Marks (Banco De Gaia), John Digweed, Anthony Pappa, Fulvio Perniola (Fathers of Sound), Petar Dundov, Solomun, Nicole Moudaber, Armin Van Buuren, Barry Jamieson, James Zabiela, Tom Robinson (BBC), Tiesto & Henry Saiz), Silinder has become a highly regarded name in the electronic music scene.

‘I never have a set agenda when working on music, although my music may have a dark undercurrent, I always try get a good uplifting groove going.’

Being a husband & father to three kids, Gavin finds his time in the studio a therapeutic session.

‘It’s my little getaway, a time for me to release all the mixed emotions of my everyday life into my music’

It’s obvious to see & hear that Silinder is enjoying his time in the studio and with his productions going from strength to strength, we are seriously looking forward to hearing what 2019 has in store…

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    01. Manu F - Curuzu Cuatia (Fabri Remix)
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    02. Manu F - Curuzu Cuatia (Nila Remix)
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    03. Manu F - Curuzu Cuatia
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