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RECHULSKI

RECHULSKI

Rechulski has been a prominent figure in the DJ scene since the dawn of the millennium. His journey commenced with humble beginnings, as he found his groove spinning reggae tracks on the local high school radio waves.

In February 2008, Rechulski took a significant step forward by co-founding the artist collective “Sheik N Beik.” This initiative propelled him into the heart of New York City’s bustling electronic music scene. Every Thursday night, Rechulski became a fixture at various lounges and clubs across the city, delivering exhilarating sets of house and techno beats. Weekends saw him expand his reach, hosting dynamic events in Brooklyn warehouses, and occasionally venturing into Queens and the Bronx. Beyond the city limits, Rechulski curated monthly shows on Daiikon’s Basic.ch Internet Radio, sharing alternative music with a global audience.

In 2010, Rechulski’s musical journey reached a new milestone with the release of his first track, “Slurpy,” on Biatch Corp Recordings’ compilation album “Auditoria.” Collaborating with FoNG, also known as Ray Rose from the Sheik N Beik collective, marked a significant achievement in his career.

In April 2014, Rechulski embarked on a new venture with the launch of Sheik ‘N’ Beik Records. Starting with vinyl releases, the label quickly embraced the digital age, ensuring their music reached wider audiences.

But Rechulski’s ambitions didn’t stop there. In May 2015, he founded Soundslinger, an event production company behind the groundbreaking Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival in Florida. This unique camping-only experience swiftly garnered a devoted following, highlighting Rechulski’s passion for creating immersive musical experiences.

As the years have unfolded, Rechulski has amassed a wealth of unreleased music, poised to captivate audiences around the globe. His journey continues, fueled by an unwavering dedication to pushing boundaries and sharing the joy of music with the world.

DISCOLYPSO QUESTIONNAIRE

Tell us about an important early musical experience.

My first cassette tapes were Forever Your Girl by Paula Abdul, the Cocktail movie soundtrack and Sgt Peppers. I also grew up listening to a lot of reggae, and radio.

If you could have the audio stems to any track what would it be?

The Story Of Bo Diddley by The Animals

What was your first musical composition, edit or remix?

My first music composition if you can call it that was regularly recording and editing mix tapes from the radio

What song do you put on when you wake up or need to get cracking on with the day?

I put on television, but techno always help!

What do you wish we had more of in the electronic music scene?

I think we have plenty, people just have to get their hands dirty and dig!

Which musical acts do you feel have not been dealt their fair hand in the annals of time?

The Kinks

Do you have an album or DJ set that you listen to repeatedly and would like to share with our clan?

Smoker’s Delight by Nightmares On Wax or Programmed To Love by Bent

If you had the Discolypso time travel machine - where in history and the future would you go to?

With the Soviet Red Army as they invaded Germany between the months of January and August 1945

Three albums everyone should hear once?

Atom Heart Mother by Pink Floyd, Sgt Peppers by The Beatles, Bob Marley Live!

What was the first record you can remember buying?

Laurent Garnier, Crispy Bacon

How did you decide that music was your calling? Is it your sole focus?

I decided when I was finishing uni and had to get a job so started throwing parties instead, which worked out quite well, I was already fully immersed in this world by attending lots of events where my favorite dj’s were playing and had been djing myself since high school hosting a regular radio show.

If money and death was not a factor - who would play at your wedding or birthday - both live acts and djs?

Bob Marley, and as a DJ Sven Vath!

Which acts are really exciting you at the moment?

Daisy Glaze, INVT, Tomas Station, Daiikon, IVVY, Delnur, Gaspar Muniz

Are there any habits, processes or hacks you do to help yourself get yourself ready to make music?

Reading, helps your brain get into beta mode for focus

Three books everyone should read once?

Finding Florida by TD Allman, Finnegans Wake by James Joyce, Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace

What song do you put on when you want to relax?

There’s this incredible ambient station, https://9128.live/

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