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The Duke and The Kaiser. The Duke and The Kaiser.Also know in our EDM culture as "the aristocrats of electronica, or the duo with the cool looking helmets," The Duke and The Kaiser are indeed what they are known as. Always DJ'ing, producing original music and remixes for other artist , The Duke and The Kaiser are that of a few good producers in today's EDAM culture. With top notch audio quality and stage presentation The Duke and The Kaiser are one of those acts that every one talks about and remembers! Meeting in Lars, Germany during the four day Fusion Festival in 2009, these 2 electronic enthusiast met back stage through a good friend of theirs known to the EDM world as Super Star DJ Keoki. Both having a well extended back ground in electronic music, production and DJ'ing , these two guys quickly established a good platform for their friendship to flourish. After a few months of knowing each other, both where soon producing material in there new recording facility in Los Angeles, California. Each with already having over 10 years of a solid background in audio engineering, operating hardware (synthesizers , samplers, drum machines, etc) ,sequencing and computer hard disk recording, where soon producing and remixing top notch tracks as the duo - The Duke and The Kaiser! Super Star DJ Keoki, being one of their biggest followers and supporters was soon acquiring fresh new tracks from this dynamic duo and spinning them for his audiences around the world.This indeed was a total honor for The Duke and The Kaiser, for Super Star DJ Keoki to expose their music to the EDM clubs and music festival from around the globe! To their surprise, The Duke and The Kaiser were glad to know that their music was getting a good response from the masses and now that other DJ's were asking Keoki where could they get these fresh unreleased tracks he was spinning all over. Many people liked this new style of electronic music Keoki was spinning that later on , The Duke and The Kaiser established a party- starting reputation for going where most other DJs/ producers feared to tread: joining the dots between early industrial bass rifts, electro, and progressive house. Not very long after, The Duke and The Kaiser created their very own sub genre of electronica as Electro Industrial. This duo was getting request from other artist and other labels in contracting them for remixes. Seeing the potential for their success as world EDM artist, Keoki suggested to his music producer and label owner of let's beat milo records (Decoding Jesus) in signing the duo as soon as possible. What artist can say that Super Star DJ Keoki discovered "them" and influenced the administration of his home label LBMR to sign them as one of their in home artist! So in 2010 the duo started working on their first debut e.p and in 2011 released CHILDREN OF TECHNOLOGY. Following it with two single releases, one of them being the single "Macho Computer" and the second their own rendition of "Rock you" by legendary rock group, QUEEN. In 2012 The Duke and The Kaiser soon collaborated with Super Star DJ Keoki and released their first single together titled "What it means." The music that "the aristocrats of electronica" produce for their live shows speaks highly for these two power head producers who wear these futuristic helmets while doing there set. Not only is their music top notch quality, but their look is sure not to be missed if you ever catch a live set by the aristocrats of electronica -The Duke and The Kaiser!

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