Ora Presents -Euphonic Night – Join us for our 1st Anniversary week
KYAU & ALBERT, RONSKI SPEED, and BRYN LIEDL
Vip Booths: Vip@oraseattle.com
Ralph Kyau and Steven Moebius Albert are known to the EDM world as Kyau & Albert.
The two Germans have produced such massive club hits like “A Night Like This”, “Another Time”, “Velvet Morning”, “Kiksu”, “Megashira”, “Are You Fine?” and so much more. One little known K&A fact: all male vocals come from Steven Moebius Albert himself!
In 1997 Kyau & Albert founded their record label Euphonic, which is one of the top brands today.
Their successful debut artist album “Here We Are Now” was released on 3 continents. They remixed some of the biggest names in club land like Faithless ft. Dido, Armin van Buuren, Kosheen and so much more.
Check out the albums “Worldvibe”, “15 Years” and “Nights Awake”!
Ronski Speed started his career as a DJ in 1997. Ronski Speed was influenced by groups and artists such as The Pet Shop Boys, Paul van Dyk, and Depeche Mode. Many of his most notable titles include: Ronski Speed – 2Day, Sun Decade – Follow You, Sun Decade – I’m Alone, Ronski Speed and Mirco De Govia – Asarja.
He is currently signed to the German record label Euphonic, where he has been since 1997, when the label was first established.
In 2003, his Remix of Aly & Fila’s Eye Of Horus received huge airplay from the likes of Paul Van Dyk, Armin Van Buuren, DJ Tiësto and many others. The track was licensed to Fundamental Recordings in the Netherlands and reached number 4 position in the Dutch Dance charts.
In 2006 Ronski Speed performed all over the world in countries such as the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Russia, the Netherlands, UK, Finland, Germany, China, Thailand, Taiwan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, United States, Kenya, Canada and Singapore. Ronski Speed also has his own radio show, “Euphonic Sessions” and is broadcast on RMI Radio Poland, Sense.FM, DDance.FM, AH.FM, PureDJ.FM and ETN.FM
Ronski Speed was ranked #69 in the 2009 DJ Magazine’s Top 100. He was #97 in the 2008, #44 in the 2007 and #87 in 2006. Prior to that his only other entry was in the 2004 DJMag poll, where he came in 83rd as a New entry.