Sin Sin

Sin Sin began his career in music by DJing in several well-known national nightclubs in Germany back in 1999. For several years he held a residency at the Fusion Club, one of Germany’s most prestigeous underground techno-locations, where he had countless opportunities to play along the sides of most major international techno-acts of the time.

Along with another Fusion Club resident, Sin Sin founded the vinyl-label “Statiq Records” in 2002 on which he brought out numerous techno-releases, before he entered the hardtechno-scene with his own second imprint “Plug & Play Records”, subsequently leading to various hardtechno-gigs abroad during the following years, including touring three times to Colombia and Venezuela and appearing on important labels of the hardtechno-genre. With his latest project Sin Sin returns to his techno-roots by bringing back the atmosphere, density of sound and variety to techno music, combined with his own specific trademark-elements to form his definition of a genre, which claims to be nothing less than the future – techno in its purest shape.

His first Sin Sin artist-release entitled “Outperforming” on the Swiss digital label “Shape01” went straight into the Beatport techno top 100 where it remained for several weeks. Sin Sin has been able to repeat this success with his title “Frozen Feedback” on the reknowned Canadian imprint “Ground Factory Records”, which enjoys support by international artists such as Richie Hawtin, Adam Bayer, Tom Hades and Slam amongst others. The distinctive sound of Sin Sin has already caught a high level of attention since the very beginning, but this artist knows no rest as his work on techno-music is just as relentless as the sound he represents.