DJ and producer Fosky evolved from rising talent to essential player on the modern house scene with both speed andpersonality. Killer productions for Crosstown Rebels, Desolat, Intec, VIVa MUSiC and Circus alongside standout DJ performancesat Sonar and WMC propelled him from burgeoning apprentice to the real deal in just a couple of short, hedonistic years. Fromthe outside his success comes as no surprise. Brought up in a creative environment, he was immersed in culture from a youngage, with particular exposure to traditional Argentinean Tango, contemporary visual art and avant- garde theatre. Hisowncreativeness was cultivated in his early stages of development and fostered itself in an initial career as a photographer. Thelure of electronic music soon beckoned though and by 2010, Fosky had landed in the musical melting pot of Berlin. His careertook shape almost immediately as his early production, the divine “Shiva” gained the attention of Damian Lazarus, leading to aninclusion on the Crosstown Rebels under’s Get Lost 4 mix and eventually a full EP alongside fellow South American Guti. Notonly did the release mark the start of Crosstown Rebel’s most acclaimed year, but it also kick started Fosky’s rise to prominenceand also launched a fruitful partnership with Guti.
His penchant for rhythmic complexity and poignant, sweeping melodies are a constant throughout Fosky’s productions whichwere later to go on and grace prestigious labels such as Steve Lawler's Viva Music, Carl Cox’s Intec and more for CrosstownRebels. A complete DJ with a seemingly innate understanding of his danceoor, highly adept technical nous and a wide-rangingcollection of essential records, Fosky has been blowing away the crowds at festivals and clubs around the world since 2010.Fosky’s converging inuences of art, club culture, seductive rhythms and eclectic musicality make him a production and DJforce to be reckoned with.