Alex Young

Alex Young

Is actually the most representative Colombian Minimal and Techno Aritst in the world, this thanks to having won the Best Beatport Minimal Artist in 2009, above artists like Marc Houle and snatching the throne Mr. Dubfire.

His tracks have been played and charted by a wide range of artist into the Electronic Music scene such as Richie Hawtin, Marco Carola, Fedde Le Grand, Supernova, Noir, Deadmau5, David Guetta, Roger Sanchez, Josh Wink, Sasha to name a few.

He has achieved a first for the genre Minimal the number one spot on the general list of Beatport with his track “Minimalesk”, also several top ten into the general list and a lots of number one into the minimal list. Alex also has been included in the important Ministry of Sound CD “Clubbers Guide 2010” with his remix “Excuse Me”.

You can find his tracks in labels as Noir, Nervous, Agile, Stick Recordings, Antura, Human Garden also into his own Techno Inc., label focused 100% to show the huge variety of Techno styles in the world.


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