Besides producing and Dj-ing he's the chief-honcho of Traktor Records and Mähtrasher Records who both been ripping clubs in pieces with their releases lately! For example Traktor Records was placed at nr.9 in the annual label-rating 2010 of the german club charts in front of labels like Kitsune, XL or Ed Banger.
Additionally he just started his second label Mähtrasher in june 2010 that also features some high-profile artists and newcomers (like Aerotronic, DJ Antention, The S, Rotze, Noize Generation) and remixers (like Hostage, Waxdolls, Ikki or Modek), the focus of Mähtrasher is on even more clubbier, fiercer, harder and bassier maximal-electro while Traktor still remains a bit beyond genre-thinking. Als Solo-Artist he’s going from strength to strength: his first single „Shit your rack“ got remixed by russian powerhouse Proxy (Turbo Rec.), climbed at #4 in german club charts in december 2008 and brought him into countless playlists of the international dj-elite like. Crookers, Annie Mac, Evil Nine, Westbam, Kissy Sell Out, Mylo, Don Rimini, Drop the lime, Punks jump up, Malente, Foamo or Krafty Kuts. Since then he did remixes for acts like Cyberpunkers, Tom Deluxx, Dj Antention, Haezer or Gooseflesh and released 7 more singles „Ghetto Nonsense“, „15 Seconds“ , „Here we go“ , „Good on the dancefloor“, „Pimp my life“, "Chainsaw" and „Nitro“ who all again stormed the Top5 of the german club charts again and brought him the repect of the biggest Djs worldwide! In the meantime „Ghetto Nonsense“ even was licensed to Sony Australia for the first official DJ-Mix CD from the Bloody Beetroots he toured south africa and australia...Next up was his debut-album „genres are dead“ due november 2010 which will propably turn a few heads more... Does this guy sleep at all???
His dj-sets are guaranteed to blow up every spot with a eclectic mix from maximal-electro, new rave to bassline trash or indietronics, depending on the crowd he doesn’t even stop from throwing in some Dubstep, Breaks, Disco or Metal to underline his genre-defying approach! Expect the complete opposite to boring minimalistic purism and a burning dancefloor. So it’s no surprise he placed a DJ-mix on BBC1, shared the decks with a huge list of big names from Boys Noize, Dim Mak, Ed Banger, Kitsune or Fool’s Gold and some of your biggest heroes like The Bloody Beetroots are his fans!!!