At the time of writing, Alex Celler is one of only two acts that can boast to having more than one track in RA’s top 30 all-time chart. As an indicator of quality, this is an accolade which is hard to surpass. Headed up by the Area Remote released ‘La Palma’, this breakthrough track marked a turning point in his career, and was part of a sequence of records, which also included the Anthea collaborations ‘The Playmaker’ and ‘Caedmon Loop’, that established Alex in the top division of European producer / DJs.
Alex’s music has a style which is energetic and intense, a tech house/techno sound full of swing, complex rhythms & deep basslines and a style which is aimed squarely at the dancefloor. Always keeping the quality levels high and choosing not to release music too frequently, the resulting demand has seen Alex continue his associations with Area Remote and Cecille, as well Tuning Spork, Freak n’ Chic, on Lauhaus’s Soweso label (as Steller). 2011 continues with new music coming on the much-esteemed Spanish label Barraca Music, the ‘Blue Vaudeville’ EP on Cecille Numbers and first appearances on Moon Harbour (with remix of Martinez’s ‘Kamino’) and as a DJ, with his debut tours of South America and the United States plus a second appearance on the Ibiza Voice podcast series.
A Greek national by right but a Londoner by choice, Alex’s distinctive DJ style hints towards an obsessive attitude to crate-digging. As a dance music lover, he remains a vinyl fanatic and is equally at home whether DJ’ing in the main room of clubbing hotspots like Fabric, Space, Amnesia, Trouw and Studio Martin or more intimate spots like Barcelona’s Macarena, the Underground in Ibiza and Watergate in Berlin.
This versatility and dedication to upholding values passed down stand him out as a talent that should burn bright for a generation.