You can say what you want about the Ruhr area - for its honest, direct and blunt nature it is appreciated everywhere. The people here are open-hearted and down to earth. The same in Dortmund. The largest city in the Ruhr area is proud of things like its premier club Borussia Dortmund, Signal Iduna Park - the largest football stadium in Germany and home of Borussia Dortmund , Westfalenhalle - within which since '93 the " Mayday" the mother of all indoor raves takes place, the Westfalen Park and the remaining culture of brewing beer.
Ante Perry loves Borussia ... and beer. The native Romanian especially addresses himself to the task of enriching the nightlife of his city and also to establish its scene of electronic music to an internationally known brand. Therefor he is willing to use all available funds.
As a DJ he has been active for over a decade behind the decks to bring his definition of modern House to the people , which is just as honest and straightforward , like it befits for a true Ruhrgebeatler. He plays his records in no questionable Dortmund dives, but regularly in the most prestigious clubs in the country as well as on festivals such as Nature One, Mayday, Juicy Beats or the Berlin Katermukke Festival and is a frequently booked guest in Countries such as Belgium, Denmark, France, Croatia, Russia, Spain, Austria or Switzerland. Best understood he feels in his extra-long sets, preferred to him all-night-long, in which he builds up the dramaturgical tension of the night, from warm-up through to peak time and beyond. His preference for long set does in no way deny him the ability to deliver compressed for a short set on a button. The bottom line is usually the same: a head standing Floor!