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Tom ́s interest in music started with the age of 3, drumming on his mother ́s cooking pots. He took his first drum lessons when he was 9. Later he became the drummer of a rock band.In 1993 a good friend sparked his interest in electronic music. Soon professional DJ performances followed. At first he played Techno and Trance. Later on, however, he preferred House which is still his favorite style of music. Also he played in the legendary Techno Club PALAZZO-Bingen ( and MAD - Eisenach.In 1998 he made his first attempts at composing electronic music together with his cousin, Florian Schmidt, who taught him the basics of producing on the computer.In addition, Tom and his close friends, Michel Niepenberg and Jacek Darnowski, founded “Tojami Sessions”. They produced and released their first vinyl under the label “In Between Entertainment” in 1999. Releases on “Separe”, “Raum...Musik” and “Dessous Rec.” followed.Between 2003 and 2006 he focused solely on his rock- projects, playing at band competitions, studio sessions and concerts.In summer 2006 Tom established new contacts within the House scene and met Christos Kessidis. Sharing the same love for House music with elements of Chicago House, Disco, 80 ́s, Soul, Jazz, Funk and Detroit Techno, they started a prolific partnership. Since 2008 “Bucher and Kessidis” have been publishing on the record label “Plastic City” and since 2010 also on "Etoka Rec.”. Additionally, “Boomin ́System” and “White Lotus Club Rec.” released several House and Chillout tracks under Tom ́s project name T.D.J. in 2007. Furthermore, Tom was able to revive “Tojami Sessions” in 2010. Since then, they have been publishing under “Plastic City”.

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