It is fair to say not many discover their passions quite as early as BAAL. It wasn’t long into his teenage years before he’d develop an insatiable thirst for crate digging — flipping through record after record picking out the dance floor gems that would further ignite his passion for music. With an open mind and fierce curiosity for anything and everything electronic music-based, he has spent the past one decade soaking up a multitude of genres and styles ranging from Detroit techno, breaks, house, trance, drum & bass and hip-hop. Today, BAAL focuses on pushing an infectious fusion of synth-laden techno and progressive house. With recent influences such as Danny Howells, LSG, Boston 168, Saeed & Palash, Sasha and Charlie May, you’ll be hard-pressed to argue for a lack of diversity within his sets, which comprise of both his own productions and others. His tracks go from the deeper end of down tempo and breaks through to the tougher grooves of house and techno.