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DJ/producer Gunnar Stiller has seen Berlin transform considerably over the last couple of decades, soaking in influence as well as helping shape its development as a musical force, becoming a fixture of the cityís scene along the way. Whether playing in clubs around the world such as Panorama Bar in Berlin, Lab Club São Paulo and Agwa Yacht Club Sydney or producing his own tracks for respected labels like Upon You and Voltage Musique, Stillerís technique is deep in character, an outward-reaching combination of techno and house with his trademark funk-tinged basslines.

Born in the sunny seaside town of Rostock, Germany, Gunnar Stiller found a change of scenery when his family moved to Berlin in the early 80s. Moving to such a beautifully chaotic, adventurous city was a key factor in shaping his musical perspective, and with the purchase of his well loved (and now worn out) turntables in the late 90s, he took his first step into a professional artistic career as DJ and producer.

In 2003 while working as manager for Berlin-based event agency No UFOs, Gunnar found himself in the heart of a perfect playground to gain insight and develop his own style, which at the time was focused on deep house, breaks and electro. Inspired by those around him such as Steve Bug and Matthias Tanzmann, Stiller quickly began to carve out his own sound that impressed not just the dancers filling the floor but also any promoter and organizer who was paying attention.

Pushing himself toward further success, he founded the artist alliance Edelmut in 2004 along with a few of his friends, an endeavor which quickly gained them notoriety as they played in the cityís top clubs like Watergate and Bar 25, the latter of which invited Gunnar to become a resident DJ, a position he gladly accepted. On top of this, he became a regular player at the legendary HomeSweetHome sessions which continue to this day. His frequent and often lengthy sets (sometimes in excess of 10 hours) allowed him to explore the boundaries between (and beyond) techno and house, creating a dramatic musical landscape that sets him apart from countless other DJs.

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