Wilhelm K Beatport

Biography

Wilhelm Ks sound can be described as funky, driving and sometimes dark sounding house with a techno edge. His sets have moved thousands of ravers and party goers coast to coast. Wilhelm got his start in 1991 dj’ing and throwing his own events. As rave culture developed in the U.S. Wilhelm became one of the 1st promoters to expose that culture to upper New York. By 1994 Wilhelm was playing all over the northeast. Moving to the midwest in 1996 Wilhelm’s career began to grow. His legendary “Get” parties changed the central midwest scene. Get Freaky “Too”(Sequel to Get Freaky) is one of the midwest’s most legendary events, with people still talking about it 8 years after it happened. Getting into production in 1997 through Drivetrain (owner of Soiree records in Detroit) Wilhelm began releasing tracks. Starting his own label D-Version in 2000 Wilhelm started to get notice on an international level having tracks licensed by Ministry Of Sound. His releases with Frankie Bones, Cari Lekebusch and many others lead to Wilhelm becoming one of the midwest’s most in demand djs, spending “00-02” constantly touring coast to coast. Headlining events with acts like Josh Wink, Green Velvet, Run Dmc, Moby, Q-Bert, Derrick Carter, Mark Farina, Derrick May, Dave Clarke, and countless others.