Greg Brockmann’s sets are a mixture of deep house with a strong techno feel, heavy reverberating bass lines weaving between industrial samples, pulling his audience inside a landscape of dark experimentation. While focusing on the mindset behind his own musical ideas, Greg set to take his djing to another level within the complexity of own sound.
Greg Brockmann’s involvement in sound began 2005 in South of France, with an avid interest in house and techno since a young age, going through all kinds of techno beats as well influenced by rock & rap in his early teenage, Greg started to form his signature sound delivering a quite dark & hard surface with a constant ability of expressionism.
His passion transcended into a desire to be part of the dj world, 2007 he moved to London where his music carrier started to shape up in collaborations with same minded up coming musicians in the east London’s electronic music scene. A couple of years after landing in east London Greg found himself playing at Rex (Paris),Harry Klein (munich), Katerholzig (berlin), Pratersauna (vienna) and party as Sonar off (barcelona), ade festival (amsterdam),Reworks festival (tessalonikis) as well at various underground movements such as Half Baked in late 2009, todays East London’s most desired Sunday party destination.
Greg Brockmann alongside his fellow Robin Ordell, are Half Baked residents playing along with Seuil, Le Loup and Yakine bring their varied styles of deep sexy house, progressive techno and floor moving sets at every Half Baked, sharing dj-booth with some of the industry’s favorite names including Craig Richards, Cobblestone Jazz, Mike Shannon, Bruno Pronto, Sammy Dee, Vera , Dyed Soundorom, amongst others.
Greg is also organizing his latest east London bi-monthly event Synopsis, based on the idea of conveying a story through music.