Electronic music with a certain piece of soul - reminiscent of old school ChicagoDetroit dance floor insanity - is Marc Romboy's true passion. Working in electronic music for over almost two decades, Romboy has co-founded and built internationally respected labels and projects, never tiring of coming up with fresh and innovative ideas to push the limits of electronic dance sounds. In 1992 - whilst studying human medicine - fascinated by the early Techno and House records on R&S, Plus 8 and Underground Resistance, Romboy decided to begin producing himself. Along with his friend Klaus Derichs, he bought the legendary Akai sampler S1000, the Roland TB 303 bass line machine and a mixing desk: We spent our very last money and produced some freaky underground records for labels like See Saw, Adam & Eve and Rising High. When the musical success began I stopped studying. In 1994, Romboy and Derichs founded their own label Le Petit Prince'. The label quickly became one of Germany's most popular underground outputs, with Groove magazine charting it as the second most popular label in 1995. It went on to release tracks from Microwave Prince, Emmanuel Top, Thomas P. Heckmann and Phuture until its demise in 2000. Romboy began his second label Systematic in 2004, with the first release Every Day In My Life' produced by Romboy and Booka Shade. Romboy then went on to collaborate with people like John Dahlbck, Abysm and Detroit legend Blake Baxter for the label, whilst also releasing EPs from Robert Owens, Stephan Bodzin, Gui Boratto, Spirit Catcher and Dusty Kid. Romboy also released his debut artist album Gemini' on the label in 2006 to great critical acclaim. In June 2008 Romboy released his second artist album on Systematic called Contrast', produced in cooperation with his friends and studio mates 45 Rocks. The album brings forth vocal collaborations with artists including Chelonis R. Jones, again Blake Baxter and Mr. K-Alexi from Chicago. After launching his weekly radio show "Systematic Sessions" in 2009 which is broadcasted by almost twenty different radio stations all over the world and a temporarely move to New York with his family, Marc and his mate Stephan Bodzin released their long awaited album "Luna" including all their songs and more than 20 remixes of the highly profiled artists like Moritz von Oswald, Robag Wruhme, Martin Buttrich, Roman Fluegel and many more. Please enjoy this extra long Raveline Mix Session by legendary Marc Romboy, taking you on a journey through his musical definition of house & techno music.