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ComixXx

Sebastian Damerius was born in Bad Moskau at the border of Poland in 1980. Having an actor and musician as a father little Sebastian is raised towards an artistic direction in life. No wonder he’s already somewhat like a local scratch hero behind the decks in his early youth. Later on though, he decides to concentrate on visual arts and studies media design im Weimar. When he meets Marlow here he realizes that is music after all which is the best expression outlet for his creativity.
Together with his mentor Marlow he releases his first record “Quiet” on Moonharbour. Further mutual productions follow and they also draw attention way beyond the borders of Thüringen (f.e. a certain DJ Hell charts one of their tracks). As a consequence Damerius moves to the Mekka of electronic dance music, to Berlin. Here he works together with Knixx on proper pop songs. “Drop The Bomb” for instance, is selected by radio station Fritz into their heavy rotation playlist.
The next big step of his career is made by sending a demo CD to Sonar Kollektiv A&R manager Alex Barck. Being super enthusiastic about Damerius’ production skills, Barck not only signs ComixXx to the label but also decides to spend the next few months together with Sebastian in the studio to record his solo debut album. This fruitful team work results also in several remixes for acts like Erlend Oye, Sonzera, Pito and Jazzanova. Mid 2015 the debut by ComixXx will hit the streets. This is gonna be fun, for sure.


Discography

 

Own Releases

Broken Connection feat. Pete Josef, Download

SK307D (2015)

The Great Escape, CD

SK287CD (2015)

Can U Feel?, 12inch

SK284 (2014)

 

Remixes

Alex Barck “Like A Drug” feat. Stee Downes (ComixXx Remix)

Reunion Remixed, Sonar Kollektiv (2014)

Jazzanova “Now There Is We feat. Paul Randolph”  (Barck & ComixXx Remix)

Now There Is We Remixes, Sonar Kollektiv (2014)
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