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Silinder is Dublin’s Gavin Mulhall. Born back in 2002 from a love of dark and electronic sounds. You won’t have to listen too hard to hear Silinder’s diverse range of musical influences in his music,which ranges from, Nine Inch Nails, The Cure and Depeche Mode, to, Infusion, Evil Nine and King Unique. The first Silinder tracks to be produced were “The Light Gets In”, “Junkfool” and “Shadowplay”,and it wasn’t long until these were picked up by Irish label “Fudge Recordings” and were made available on the various digital download sites. These debut tracks showcased Silinder’s dark side of progressive house and breakbeat.
Moving forward to 2005, a young dj by the name of James Zabiela picked up the Silinder remixes of New Order’s “Blue Monday and his own track “Robophobia”, and decided that they were good enough to spin on his travels around the globe. The Silinder remix of “Robophobia” was also featured on the September issue of Dj Mag cover cd which was mixed by Meat Katie and James himself and released on Dj Download by Renaissance. In 2007 Silinder has had releases on numerous labels including Renaissance and Kriece’s own Kindred Label Group and in 2008 has signed music to Irish based label Amalgam Audio and Manchester’s Segment Records.
Moving in to 2009, big tracks on Stripped, Bellarine & once again on Segment Records has had Silinder in a lot of charts, radio shows & live mixes from some of the worlds biggest & most in demand dj’s from around the world. Also that year, Silinder has found time to collaborate with fellow Dublin producers Boshell & Cody as Coherent and have had their original tracks & remixes signed to Particles [Proton Records]. Into 2010 and Silinder’s remix of Spooky’s ‘Little Bullet’ was caned by Charlie May on his recent tour & big releases again on Kindred Sounds & Hernan Cattaneo’s Sudbeat label gained massive support worldwide. 2011 saw a release on Cid Inc’s Replug label & original and remix work coming out on Darin Epsilon’s Perspectives Digital label, so expect big things to come…