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From a young age he was fascinated by electronic music. The main reason was a vinyl album by Jean Michel Jarre. Later he discovered Depeche Mode for himself and became a passionate fan and devoured everything from Synth-Pop, EBM to Industrial.

Powered by EBM sound, he got a 1993 double album by Front 242. This album beyond the scope of anything he had ever heard. The remixes of the song Religion came from The Prodigy. The sound of The Prodigy was looking back for him the mind-opener. The song Out of Space was ultimately the spark.

Infected by the hype surrounding this new sound that escaped him either DJs such as Jeff Mills, Richie Hawtin, Adam Beyer, Carl Craig, Carl Cox and Dave Clarke. Their sound was the one who influenced him, and later still should pursue.

In 1994 he began the DJaying - at that time with House - which gave him 1995 a residence in a local club called Spectrum.

In 1996, the first experiments in the field of techno stood out more clearly. The first visits in the Berlin based Clubs like E-Werk and the old Tresor caused a complete style change. Since then, he was addicted to techno finally.

Under the name Ron H. then followed until 2003, many bookings in Berlin, Brandenburg and Saxony, private events and extravagant parties in dark techno floors. Also, as an organizer of events, he proved that he can inspire people for a cause. These included events with the Soundcontrol Crew, the Unikeller Guben and the Winterhafen Frankfurt / Oder. The name Ron H. was at that time inevitably for driving techno.

Gradually, hard-techno became less gloss and a certain stoppage of innovation in the releases became apparent. This he took in 2002 on the occasion, pausing for several years performing in clubs, in order to find himself.

The minimalistic sound to this point evolved rapidly and brought new life into the music. When he went back to look for new releases, he took another musical drift and ended up with tech-house and minimal house. Back to the roots with a big step forward.

Thus in 2005 the name of Ron H. just decided to the name dextar. The new alias dextar is also a nickname for online networks, as well as inspired by a character of a jump&run game and has up to the present time as a DJ name.

2006 sparked internet radios his attention and he discovered new possibilities. So he started his first own radio show called Advanced Mix Series on a small Internet radio with the name 2deejaysRadio.

In 2007 he was involved by his old friend Ronny Gee in the Event-Crew Sound of Eastside and support him in the management in the preparation of the content on the Internet and as a DJ. Also in 2007, he moved to a large Internet radio project named, launched his successful radio show called Dextarmusic there and led the team of the stream mth.Club!

The radio show Dextarmusic evolved to the magnet every 2 weeks and presented a Guest-Mix of known artists. Musically, the show was between tech-house, minimal house and minimal techno.

In 2010 he finished working with and decided to build its own Internet radio. For over a year he programmed on the radio site and built with a good friend on the server system.

In April 2011, it was ready and the internet radio under the name was online. He fulfilled his dream of many years and dedicated himself entirely to this project.

The Dextarmusic radio show was on course but occasionally continued the DJaying remained through the work on the project more and more on the track. While working on the sound was harder, which did not go over well at it.

In November 2012, a good friend with a digital setup encouraged him to hang up without turntables. With a heavy heart as previously loyal vinyl DJ he started to collect MP3 files. Thus he landed back at Techno - without exception. Since then he has also heard regularly on the radio again, new sets and published with the sound always on the pulse.

Currently, after almost 20 years as is the name dextar back fully for Techno: impulsive, forceful and restless. It seems like a revival of the days of Ron H., but far from it, because he made a big step forward. He never stopped at one point and he has moved steadily with time, never been unfaithful to his style. He has made techno over the years to his figurehead.

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