Real Name:
Max Kobosil
Kobosil, born, raised and based in Berlin, is considered as one of today's rising and defining Techno DJs and producers. The twentysomething Berghain resident fills a formerly blank space within the genre by adding subtly hypnotic synth sounds, monochromatic textures as well as Ambient, Synth Pop and even Rap excursions to his sets, focussing on the darker, gritty and more powerful aspects of Techno – all held together by an overall aesthetic of turmoil, attitude of riot and rooting in the streets of Neukölln. His own Electronic Body Music-, Noise- and Industrial-inspired productions have been released on Berghain's in-house labels Ostgut and Unterton but also on Kobosil's own R - Label Group imprint. Always on a tour de force, Kobosil likes Techno dark and rough.
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Kobosil - We Grow, You Decline album art Kobosil We Grow, You Decline (Album) Ostgut Ton Germany 2016 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Kobosil - RK3 album art Kobosil RK3 R - Label Group Germany 2013 Sell This Version
Unterton 005 Kobosil - - ----- album art Kobosil - -----(12") Unterton Unterton 005 Germany 2013 Sell This Version
Kobosil - MDR 10 album art Kobosil MDR 10 Marcel Dettmann Records Germany 2014 Sell This Version
Kobosil - RK1 album art Kobosil RK1 (EP) R - Label Group Germany 2014 Sell This Version
Kobosil - 91 album art Kobosil 91 (EP) Ostgut Ton Germany 2015 Sell This Version
Kobosil - RK2 album art Kobosil RK2 (EP) R - Label Group Germany 2016 Sell This Version
Kobosil - 105 album art Kobosil 105 (EP) Ostgut Ton Germany 2017 Sell This Version
RK4 Kobosil - RK4 album art Kobosil RK4(12", EP) R - Label Group RK4 Germany 2019 Sell This Version

DJ Mixes

Podcast 100 Kobosil - Smoke Machine Podcast 100 album art Kobosil Smoke Machine Podcast 100(File, MP3, Mixed, 320) Smoke Machine (2) Podcast 100 Taiwan 2014

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August 14, 2015
This guy is outstanding. Therefore he deserves a better bio. Please get help with this so that the way you are presented in writing excites people about your music. It should evoke an image of someone who stands out in a crowd. Which you do. The bio above sounds pretentious and amateur. This is coming from a BIG fan, and former English teacher, and lifelong techno lover, and DJ of over 20 years. No need to puff up the ego any more when the art speaks for itself. My opinion, take it or chuck it.

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