The story of the dj who named himself after the Egyptian crocodile god, does not fit any typical scheme. In the early 2000’s, the raging drum’n’bass fever in Budapest was the first real electronic music experience for Sobek. Parallelly, digging in domestic record shops and some others within reach across Europe, the raw sound and sleepless nights were replaced by a deeper interest in current music trends. The repertoire ranged on a broad spectrum of hip-hop, electro, house, drum’n’bass, breakbeat, easy listening in the colorful, but still, black collection. It became more and more clear that for his dj ambitions, he has to forget mixing several sounds and narrow his musical spectrum, so he got rid of the abundant styles that were out of breath. House music and its early roots led him to his destiny; the attention now is mostly on pumpin’ four-to-the-floor rhythms. He adores positive message in house music, mostly when touched by different cultures and folk elements, but he is quite open to anything new that represents value.
He played venues with many important artists such as Ame, Adam Port, Butch, Kölsch, &Me, Rampa, Guy Gerber, Hot Since 82 and many more.
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His very first music production “Ubomi” landed directly on Stacey Pullen’s Balance 028 compilation which hit the stores on global basis. Be sure there’s more to come from this talent.