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modular expansion



Modular Expansion is an independent record label founded by George Apergis in collaboration with Alex Retsis, based on Modular Expansion Events, that run successfully in Greece since 1998.

George Apergis is one the most respectful Greek DJs and still plays music only from vinyl, with a personal collection of more than 5.000 records. His personal sound is a mix of electronica music, based in Detroit Berlin techno & tech-house, with a lot of 80s and 90s classic vinyls, all blended with Apergis unique mixture.

His vinyl releases "Quelle" and "Ekhowax" on his label Modular Expansion Records (with remixes from Johannes Volk, Zadig, Lee Holman, Truncate, NX1 and Birth Of Frequency) have gotten great support from worldwide artists like Juan Atkins, Laurent Garnier, Richie Hawtin, Josh Wink, Marcel Dettmann (played it live at Boiler Room), Dubfire, Damon Wild, Ben Sims, Mark Broom, Technasia, The Advent, Umek, DJ Hyperactive, Jack de Marseille, Slam, Stephan Bodzin, Space djz, Paul Brtschitsch, Tommy Four Seven, and many others.

The label aims to release quality electronic music including all forms of Techno, Electro & Freestyle/Experimental.

Modular Expansion Events were established in May 1998, Athens. The team features a group of experienced people with specialized knowledge in the world of Techno,who put their efforts to distribute the culture of Techno music in Greece.

The name "Modular Expansion" is inspired from the first analog modular synthesizers from which different parts were connected between each-other, forming an expansion.

The labels first release (a limited white colored edition 12 inch) comes from the head of M.E., George Apergis. The debut single features the track >Quelle

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