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Cem Salman has been in the scene for quite sometime now. His musical style has changed from time to time since the mid 90s. Started out with his grandpa’s record collection with a wide range of 12 inches, Cem has influced by the 70s and 80s. Looking back to his past 15 years of career, he started out with funk, soul, rnb and moved into disco and house, then into techno in early 2000. Nowadays Cem is back with his first passion which is soul, funk and rnb added with some hip hop, afro and latino flavor as well. The days he lived in the great New York City added alot to his childhood record collection. While he was working at one of city’s best record store Temple Records, he met city’s top djs and learned alot from them. While working at the record store he was deejaying at some of the finest parties, clubs and bars around the Manhattan area. Some of the important events he djed at was Tronic Treatment (Which was selected the best Monday night in NYC by the Village Voice) and Platinum Thursdays (which was sponsored by KTU Fm and MTV)Since the day he came back to his hometown Istanbul, he djed at almost every club and bar existed in that period of time. His first residency at Istanbul was the 7th House which was once a legendary spot back in the day. Then followed Club Switch, Godet before he joined t he Product ion Depart ment . While working at Radio FG, he was in charge of t he radio product ion and working at events as an event manager. With his colleagues, he worked at the Jamiroquai’s Istanbul concert on 2003 as tour manager’s assistant and then moved to bigger events like Electronica Festival Istanbul as an event manager. While he was working at the radio production and managing the events he also kept deejaying at city’s top spots and travelled to Europe. Even though he has been alot of different cities, he still acclaims that his night at Paris Rex Club was the best.As a producer his debut was a great success which came out of Det roit ’s “T eknot ika” label in 2003. “Debut EP” stayed on the charts of Satellite Records, ranking number 1 on the Techno Sales chart for afew weeks. He kept releasing stuff out of Detroit after that. His collabration with Cliff Thomas’ “Red Shift” came out of Det roit ’s very own Submerge Recordings in 2007. In 2004 he collabrated with Doruk Ozlen to record music under the name Peripheral. Duo’s first 12 inch came out of British “Mixed Music”. Some of Cem’s tracks were featured on compilations such as Steve Bug’s “Bugnology”, Gary Martin’s “Another Place” and Submerge’s “D. Part Vol 1: Innerspace”.When Cem returned from the army service, he released “Something Special” out of Elevation Recordings. After that Cem remixed Jamie Anderson’s “Free Rider”. He also releases music under anonymous names.Djing is just one of the many different areas of music that Cem does. He also works as a sound engineer, records music, and he runs his sound/lighting system rental business. He has partnerships at many different companies in Turkey.Cem is currently a resident DJ at one of Istanbul’s night life classic; Ulus 29. His radio show “Proper” airs on Lounge FM 96.0 every Tuesday between 00:00 – 01:00 o’clock.
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