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San Josecito, Costa Rica

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Though it´s been only a short time in his career as Dj Lippa has proved to be ahead of his time. He was first exposed to the electronic sound when attended the club Regina 51. He fell in love with the more darker and influential sounds of the underground movement. That style was transmitted by the lights of Danny Howells, Steve Lawler, Satoshi Tomiie, DeepDish, just to mention a few. He started in the scene playing the sound of progressive tribal house, influenced by producer such as Pillavin and Zimbardo, Tony Thomas, Dj Nukem, Chab, and many more. He started his residency in Club Cafe 83 in 2003 where he started to play along side Ivan Gafer, Monik , and Ares. His style has caught the liking of his friends bywhich he later found himself playing in Costa Rica´s own club Vertigo for the first time. That same year he had the chance to part take in events in venues such as Club Bash, Club Boogie, Bajarse al Moro, Cafe 83 Sur, Vertigo Lounge, Club Oh, Van Gogh and many more. As his style progressed he became more and more interested in the Minimal movement in Germany. He was hypnotized by the sounds of Domink Eulberg, Robag Wruhme, The Wighnomy Brs, Alter Ego, Onur Oezer, and Afternoon Coffee Boys. He incorporated minimal in his sets given them a more eerie and mysterious sound. His colleague´s Ares, Ivan Gafer, and Monik have always supported him. Together they formed a collaboration called D.U.B short for deep underground beats. This union helped promote their unique style to the masses. Supported by the likes of Club Vertigo they made their debut for Vertigo´s third anniversary party. That was the beginningof a legacy! They later continued to promote the infamous D.U.B Sessions and their new venture Sunset Sessions. Their efforts to continue to bring to the people a new concept of electronic music within all different styles will flourish as time goes by. One thing is for sure they will continue to expose the people to different concepts and help the scene stay strong within Costa Rica