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    Dj Splash

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    DJ Splash, born in 1968, is one of the most popular disc jockeys in Hungary. He started his carrier at the age of 8, when he was admitted to the piano faculty of his school. This decision was of course no coincidence, as his father played the trumpet in Benkó Dixieland Band, the most renowned dixieland band in the country.

    In a year, he gave a concert in the chamber of the Music Academy, and the next year he already played in the neighbouring concert hall. In five years, he continued his studies at the post-graduate department for piano and composing at the conservatoire. His carrier was interrupted by a deplorable accident, when his arm was hurt so much that he had to temporarily suspend his studies.
    After his recovery, he decided to give his education a different direction and took a course from a famed jazz pianist. He finished his musical studies at the age of 20.

    He threw his first parties when he was 17, still using stereo players. In 1990 he bought his first pair of Technics record players and soon became the resident DJ at Excalibur Club, the biggest and most fashionable spot in Budapest at that time. His success brought him invitations from a number of major discos.
    In 1992, he became resident at the Palace, the most frequented disco at Lake Balaton, in Siófok. Within a year, he already played parallel in the other mega-club, Flört, for three consecutive years. He played techno music for the first time that year.

    In 1993, he was asked by some friends to take care of a new place they had opened, but which didn't attract many guests. Splash was allowed to act with full powers, so he started to process and carry out the marketing strategy, changed the design and had professional sound and light equipment built in. Consequently, the attendance increased tenfold within two months. At that time, for the first time in Hungary, he worked with four Technics record players simultaneously, which is a rarity even today.

    In 1994, he came second at DMC Budapest, a technical competition for disc jockeys, shared with DJ Luigi, the Hungarian champion-to-be in the following couple of years. Owing to the huge success, a music video was shot, a result of which several Austrian clubs invited them as guest DJ's.

    At DMC, Splash was offered to be the resident DJ at KOZGAZ-DC, a spot that accommodated 4000 guests on Saturdays. In 1995, he worked in parallel in the three-floored KAZAMATA CLUB, one the most up-to-date discos in the countryside.

    There, he was invited to be the host of High Life, a VIP club in the capital.
    From 1996 on, he has been a regular performer with his exclusive, five-hour-long house sets in many prosperous discos of Hungary, under the sponsorship of Energy, Smith's, Uniform, Gas, Replay, Levi's and Coca Cola, and has worked together with Mauro Picotto, Francesco Farfa, ATB, Quicksilver, Marusha, Marc Spoon and Tomcraft, among others.
    In 1998, he started to host a programme at Roxy, perhaps the best-known radio station in Budapest. With his two-hour-long live sets, he soon grew the most popular DJ.

    In March 2001, Splash became the leading disc jockey at RADIO DEEJAY. Ten thousands of young people listened to his trance mixes every Friday and Saturday night, that were repeated on Sundays due to the immense popularity.
    From april 2003 he plays funky soul and RnB track exclusively at Fat Mo's in Budapest.
    He is the editor in chief of the hungarian channel TV2 since september 2003.


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