Behind “Krama” project is Dimitris Violitzis from Thessaloniki – Greece.
He started producing electronic music in 2001 after a lot of experiments in various styles, including experimental, i.d.m., classical etc.
Dimitris is a certified music technologist,sound designer,and programmer and also running his progressive house project “Randay”.
His main vision is to create a style of music, accessible to every ear, regardless one’s music background.
The word Krama is Greek and means the mix of metals which can be translated as different styles that can be mixed to give one unique result that you can hear in the most known labels of Trance scene, such as: Zillion Mental Anarchy, Yellow Sunshine Explotion, Spitwist Records, Vertikal Records, Savva Records and Midijum Records.
Debut album “Terra Nova” released in the summer of 2008 from Vertikal Records was the first approach to a new sound, with techno-trance elements yet trancy feeling.
The album got the attention of more commercial trance dj’s & listeners.
Most of the tracks have been played by big names of commercial trance scene and have been in airplays of global radios for months.
But that was not the path to be followed.
Raised in psy-trance dancefloors since teen, he knew what was missing and he just had to make it real.
In October of 2009 in cooperation with one of the biggest psy-prog labels, Spin Twist Records, the dream became reality.
It started like a slow burning bomb but good things can’t stay hide for long periods.
Soon he started touring across Europe with his ex parter.
The vision became reality and he just had to share this music with every possible way, from the smallest to the biggest clubs, to the best open air festivals of the continent.
People’s feedback was the best way to know that he were on the right path and he had to continue NO MATTER WHAT.
After a year and a half, during May of 2011 the 3rd studio album appears like a musical odyssey.
Together with the grinding, organic bass sounds, which float ‘Across The Sea’ like a golden thread, it becomes pretty clear why “Krama” appropriately describe his music style as ‘Power Progressive Trance’.
To be continued…