White Elements by Danish producer Kehne is a groovy minimal track that builds up to an epic ending. The style is minimal techno and once again Kehne knows how to put in small details that makes a big difference. The track is impossible to stand still to and works both in your headphones as well as the big club floors. The release also include a great remixes by French artist Caspian Mox. A more dark and minimal sound that really makes it stand out! Kehne has been involved with the Danish music scene for many years. In 1997 he began DJ-ing at the famous Copenhagen club "Krasnapolsky", home to some of the best DJs around at the time. However that was not enough for Kehne, and he soon began arranging small club parties and helping his friend Al Lindrum with bigger partys involving names such as Acid Junkies, Misjah and Miss Djax. In 1999 Kehne decided that he would make his biggest party ever in Denmark, and inspired by the German Love Parade he then founded Rave Parade. The first of its kind in Denmark ever, and it gathered 20.000 people at the Town Hall Square in Copenhagen. Rave Parade became a success that was repeated in 2000 and 2001 along with 2 singles "Rave Parade 2000" (FlexEMI Music) and "Rave Parade 2001" (Bigstar records). Back in 1999 Kehne also hosted his own weekly radio show, "The Techno Hours", every Saturday night. In 2000 Kehne was hired by EMI Music as A&R assistant at their electronic sub-label Flex records, where he also functioned as club promoter and right hand man of label manager Kenneth Bager. Today Kehne releases as an solo artist on Copenhagen Undersound Records.