Victor Shabekov is a talented working man whose genius shines through in what he creates, his music.
At the tender age of 4, when most boys were playing with Transformers and their private parts, Victor played with record players that belonged to his grandmother and guitars that belonged to his uncle. Having absolutely no idea what to do with either of them, he kept on playing until his brain developed and caught up with his inner genius.
As a young boy he followed the Dance music charts on MTV and was especially fond of Michael Jackson. The turning point in his musical life came when he was just 12 years old, he suddenly discovered the works of Robert Miles, Scooter, Eyal and Oren Barkan, and Ferry Corsten. This is when he fell in love with Uplifting Trance. With his knowledge of Vinyls and his new love for Trance he started playing shows all over the south of Israel. In 1999, Shabekov started spending more time on producing his own music. His original productions and remixes were played repeatedly on radio stations and his first unreleased album 'Fiction Memories' was spread virally around the internet by Trance fans around the world.
His first release was a remix he did for an up and coming Israeli Trance group called Global Warming. The track, "Far and Away" was released on Moonrising Records in June of 2008 and got enormous support from the local and international Trance music community.
Victor Shabekov is heavily influenced by the works of Ferry Corsten, Armin van Buuren, Tiesto, Airbase, Rank-1 and numerous other legendary names in the Electronic Dance Music world.
He describes his production style as Progressive house, Uplifting Tech/Progressive Trance with a pinch of Techno.
His energy behind the decks and his skills in the studio are the definition of Robert Schumann's quote. His talent shines when he's working on making you dance your ass off, but his genius really comes forth in the music he creates.