Bayram Krueger, since his birth in 1976 West Berlin (Kreuzberg), Germany, has always been drawn to making music. As a student during the late-80's and early-90's he played drums in the school band. After a hard day of studying and skateboarding he would head to the rehearsal space to pound the skins with friends in a punk-rock band. At this time, he would have never expected the new passions that waited for him just over the horizon...Fast-forward to 1994, which marked his first "Love Parade" attendance, and the development of an addiction to house music in all facets of the genre. A few years of clubbing and dancefloor education ensued.Then, in 1999 he started a job at the Rave Age Recordstore in Berlin, insighting yet another need: to find and collect vinyl. Next came a year of exploring electronic music styles before taking to the tables, performing for the first time as a DJ. He started and ran a weekly electronic night at the bar Ad Libitum (from the Latin for "pleasure") with DJ Emanuell Eisbrenner and in 2000 he began to work for now defunctional EMD (Electronic Music Distribution) as head of distribution, with much success. Between 2000 and 2003 he played in Berlin, in clubs like: Acud, Deli, Sternradio, XS-Club, Kit-Kat Club, Rotor, Cassiopaia, and more. The next three years saw little in the form of music for the budding DJ, but he was unable to stay away for long. In 2006, a new interest in minimal led to the start of producing his own tracks. Since 2010 he has been publishing tracks on his Soundcloud page. Creating an electronic sound that mirrors the world around him, Bayram's music breathes the city of Berlin. A city that has been influenced uniquely by the two dominant world cultures in modern society. Like the popular names that came before him; Kraftwerk, honing the tones of Dusseldorf, Ritchie Hawtin fine-tuning the Detroit Techno sound, or even the classical sequencing of American composers Steve Reich and Terry Riley, who paved the way for the American and German Minimal Club sounds, Bayram Krueger is of the past, and the present, but most importantly the future. Will humanity ever enter the far reaches of space? Can we come together as one? Bayram Krueger's music lets us know surely, yes, we will, if we haven't already. All you need to do is listen with your whole being, and you will believe anything is possible.