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One of the early innovators of the House & Garage sound from London in the 1990’s,
Jason Kabuki aka Operator has been creating deep and soulful house music for over 2 decades.
The summer of 2012 has given Jason the resident DJ position for the EGG CLUB London, this is where he once again uses his skills to the Metropolis.
His performances have taken him to faraway places such as Dubai, Ibiza, Turkey, Thailand, and all around the Mediterranean in recent years…
His many London residencies have included the iconic Legends (China White) The Gas Club, Fabric, The Arches, London Astoria, Matter at the O2 and Ministry of sound to name just a few,
Now concentrating his efforts on residences and productions he is now based in Dubai.
Entertaining audiences from luxury lounges to East End warehouse parties his creates his selection of deep dance music for the connoisseurs.
Since 1988 Jason has been involved with electronic music, this was the lucky time and the creation of the music revolution.
His music productions span many different genres from acid house to garage and deep house.
His last production called The Sensory depths of perception, this was featured on Radio One as being deep, tribal and very sexy; a great hypnotic house track with a conscience!" – Pete Tong.
Performing in London for many years gave Jason the inspiration to create the Speed Garage phenomena, shifting the pitch was the cue playing US house and UK garage from the 1990s as DJ Operator.
Jason’s modern Lounge performances gather the people’s spirits toward a positive source; this creates a hypnotic and harmonious mix that leaves guests bursting with emotion and feeling an different experience that they wouldn’t usually hear.
A DJ and radio presenter from the early days, pirate radio to guests slots on Kiss 100, this gave Jason the breaks he needed to air his sound.
From building giant antenna’s on London’s tower blocks for the Pirates this gave Jason the DJ name of Operator back in 89..
As he progressed through his late teens, he wrecked his parents record players and tape decks eagerly producing early mash-ups, Detroit techno and acid house mixes for his friends on the housing estates.
To date his sound has developed tenfold with productions for several compilation albums globally and music deals with XL recordings, to the uniqueness that is now Kabuki.
The name Kabuki comes from his last residency in the UK, after taking a break for a couple of years and concentrated more of his efforts on promoting he became the manager of a venue named Kabuki, so the name stuck after being called it day in day out.
Check out the music selections by Jason Kabuki at -
Creative Music For Open Spaces..
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