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Monday, August 25, 2014 16:41

My desperate love for music wasn't present all of my life. My parents weren't playing too much music on their own, so I lacked the input. They had a couple of vinyl records so I've begun listening to these on my own after learning how to operate a turntable.

My musical life took a sudden turn when my aunt who was a teenager at that time moved to us. I was listening to tons of music with her like The Prodigy, Pink Floyd and many others. Jean Michel Jarre became my favorite. I was 3-4 years old. The sounds of his albums had a great impact on me. Then I turned eight and my parents have brought our first TV. From that point I was listening to any commercial music that was on the screen. That was in 1998 – 1999. I was listening to virtually anything except for folk music

Jean Michel Jarre became my favorite. I was 3-4 years old As time was passing by, I was listening to Britney Spears, Eminem, Scooter, Dj Alligator, Dj Bobo etc. Jean Michel Jarre fell out of my view. After finishing elementary school, I started to attend parties and started to drink as well. In my teenage years I just thought that partying is about drinking and getting laid.
Than the day that changed my life forever had arrived. I just turned 19, I have finished High School and stuff. It was summer and my friends and I have decided to go to a party to see a girl DJing. Until that point we only saw topless Dj's and we went there to see some boobs. I wasn't prepared for much and I drove there so was unable to drink. At first the party seemed to be just like any other party, nothing special.

Until I heard something familiar, but really cool, it was Blur's Song 2. I've almost dropped my Coke the ffff away. And it was just the beginning. I was sober and I was partying hard, I never heard those tracks before but I was completely blown away. The only thing that pulled me back to reality it was the fact that I was dead tired, I looked at my clock, 4:00 AM, WTF? And my friends were all gone. Even though I had nobody to talk to I stayed for another 30 minutes. That day I had my very first eargasm. No drugs, no booze, just sheer music. I was covered in sweat. The Dj turned out to be Ludmilla (from the Hungarian duo Beatman & Ludmilla) and she had no need to take her bra off to get some attention. I've fallen in love with her music and it was unlike any of my previous loves before. I felt that this is it, this is what I love and this is what makes me feel alive. The music was a mixture of pure underground musical orgy. Breaks, nuskool breaks, Rap, Rock, pieces of electro kicked up with a slightly dark vibe. It was like Ohhhhh sweeeet Jeeeeezzzuuuss!!!

she had no need to take her bra off to get some attention When I got home I was still in shock. I wasn't the same person anymore. That party set off on my route that ended in founding my webpage and writing this article. The day after the party I've looked up the website of Ludmilla only to find her mixes. That was it for me. From that very point I was digging myself deeper and deeper into the world of electronic music. I've found the true love of my life.
Everyone should do the very same thing. As soon as one finds the thing that he or she loves there will be no more questions about the meaning of life. After something like this life changes into a hard but delightful crusade in the pursuit of music and the feel generated by it. Dancing all night till the sun comes up and beyond to sweet new music is the most precious thing for me in life. It makes me who I'm.

Dancing all night till the sun comes up and beyond to sweet new music is the most precious thing for me in life

Still to this day I'm very grateful for her showing me the way into music. I also feel myself very lucky because I was able to express my gratitude to her in person. I've attended eight of her shows and I was never disappointed. In fact I was blown away every single time. It always brings peace to my soul by ripping it into shreds. It just wipes of every problem, every little thought to let you enjoy only one thing, the flow of the music.

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TAGS: Beatman&Ludmilla, Breaks, Mix
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