Wednesday, November 17, 2010


Twenty-one year old John Roman was born in 1989 in Toronto, Ontario. He doesn't go by any specific Dj name except for his real name: John Roman. Roman started producing at the young age of 13 and didn't start deejaying up until about 2 years ago. He is currently going through a die-hard Techno phase when it comes to his production, but aside from that he spins Techno, Tribal and House. John Roman has accomplished many achievements throughout his time in the industry, and I can promise you that he only continues to raise the bar every year (psSst...he will be touring the UK in February - dates will be released in the future).  Having shared the stage with Erol Alkan and LA riots in Montreal, Boys Noize in London and Harvard Bass and Wolfgang Gartner in our hometown Toronto, you should keep a close look out in the near future for events featuring Mr. Roman in Toronto.

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John Roman

CURRENT INSPIRATIONS: James Blake, Azari & III, OFWGKTA, Sei A, Gingy, Portishead, Dj Shadow and the older Simian Mobile Disco and Soulwax Stuff.

| Link to Johns full Promo kit : Promo kit |

| Link to Johns Soundcloud : Soundcloud |

| Link to Johns Facebook : Facebook

| Link to Johns Twitter: Follow John now! |

| Video for Johns "Reclusion" Mixtape: Reclusion |

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I suggest all you readers and fans keep a lookout for the two new EP's called "Sala" (on Plant music) and "Sing!" (on Idiot house) John Roman will be releasing over the next few months. He has already received a large amount of support from his friends and family, and I need not to forget to mention support from Brodinski, Carte Blanche, LA Riots and Nadastrom. As previously mentioned, John will be touring the UK in February, and hopes to continue touring places outside of Canada as much as he can in the midst of creating new originals and remixes. 

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A few words from John Roman..

"I hope to continue to push myself and my audience to outside dance music's conventional boundaries. I feel like we're still only scratching the surface of EDM and as a producer and DJ my ultimate goal is to help uncover something new."

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