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craft music



Craft Music is the electro-house and techno music label founded in 2005, located in Munich, Germany and run by DJ Tom Craft, a german DJ and producer, specialised in progressive house and progressive trance music.

Thomas Brueckner, aka Tomcraft, the Munich hero started out life as a trance DJ back in 1992, when the nascent genre was hugely popular in his native Germany. For a decade or so, he worked alongside fellow German producer Eniac as an explosive studio team, steadily building hype and acclaim with regular releases on the country’s famous Kosmo Recordings amongst others. Following his breakthrough hit, they parted ways following some disagreements, and Tomcraft set about building his reputation in the underground scene further – with the launch of Great Stuff and subsequent signings of huge talents like Lutzenkirchen, Coburn, Oliver Koletzki, The Egg and Ramon Tapia.

2005 saw the launch of Craft Music, a new outlet for his productions with all other signed releases treated to a remix by the man himself – with the label undergoing a major relaunch in 2010 to bring it back to the forefront of house and techno music.

Craft Music is the home for a variety of artists, such as Anton Pieete, 2000 and One, DJ Fronter, Joseph Disco, Irregular Synth, Martin Eyerer, Popof, Spektre, Manuel De La Mare, Dusty Kid, Alex D'Elia, Max Bett, Ramon Tapia, Nihil Young, Julian Jeweil, Spartaque, Umek, Zoo Brazil, Tomcraft, Wehbba, amongst many others.