His career took its next major step after a 25 city tour alongside Thomas Schumacher and Thomas P. Heckman, when he won a residency at the cult Berlin club Tresor. Around this time, he was also gaining valuable experience working as Monika Kruse’s personal assistant. ??????
2004 saw Sebrok team up with Marc Miroir and Joachim Spieth to launch Paso Music. His 2005 single ‘Some Kind Of Monster’ was a hit with many of the worlds elite DJ’s, and the label now proudly represent artists including Tony Rohr, Martin Eyerer, Silversurfer, Joachim Spieth and Gregor Tresher. ??????
After a stretch in the corporate world of MTV, Sebrok returned to his favoured career path, and his 2008 EP containing the tracks ‘Pyrolator’, ‘Boob Tube’ and ‘Almost Famous’ was another huge success.
This year's 'X E.P.' on Dubfire's SCI+TEC Digital Audio label is still burning holes in dancefloors across the globe, and has won him huge praise from many of the world's techno elite. His Minisketch track 'Vision' was also licensed to this summer's '10 Years of Cocoon' compilation. Sebrok is riding high!
So to today's release, and it comes on his very own Paso Music. A wonderful release, that features the stripped down, percussive genius of 'The Most Dangerous Game', alongside the minimal electronics and crazy vocal of 'Brother What Time Is It'.
Add to these originals, two outstanding and deadly remixes from Tassilo Ippenberger and Thomas Benedix, better known as Pan-Pot, and we have a more than complete package. Not only remixing the 'The Most Dangerous Game', the guys have also created an incredible mash-up of both original tracks, adding their unique brand of Pan-Pot flavour.
For all lovers of techno, this is essential!!