Jochem Papp

Real Name:
Jochem George Paap
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Jochem Paap (the Rotterdam artist owes the nickname "Speedy J" to his DJ skills) is unanimously considered to be one of the first techno producers to come from the Benelux. Together with people like Laurent Garnier, Aphex Twin, and Richie Hawtin he helped raise the genre just after it had escaped the Detroit delivery room. Since the early nineties, Speedy J has released on labels like Plus 8, Warp, and Novamute. But while techno developed into a dominating force on many dance floors worldwide, Jochem Paap, after the albums Ginger (1993) and G Spot (1995), turned left and headed for other exciting places. On Public Energy No.1 (1997) and A Shocking Hobby (2000), the sound wizard exchanged flowing, harmonious techno for a much more complex sound, filled with colliding samples, crackling rhythms, and tremendously thrilling turns.

Speedy J has been continuously pushing the boundaries of electronic and experimental dance music. Blurring the lines between live performance and digital DJing, he fuses subversive electronics and peak time techno. Together with his partner in crime Chris Liebing, he started using Traktor and other software technology on four laptops with hardware such as drum machines and 303s to create a fully integrated set.
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Remix

WAP 22 Jochem Paap - Electron album art Wildplanet* Electron (Speedy J Remix) (as Jochem Papp) Wildplanet* - Electron(12") Warp Records WAP 22 UK 1992 Sell This Version

Writing & Arrangement

Jochem Paap - From Our Minds To Yours Vol. 1 album art Various Pullover (as J. Papp) Various - From Our Minds To Yours Vol. 1 (Comp, Album) Plus 8 Records UK 1991 Sell This Version
Jochem Paap - Pullover - Remix album art Speedy J Speedy J - Pullover - Remix (Maxi, EP) Fnac Music Dance Division France 1991 Sell This Version
515396-2, 515 396-2 Jochem Paap - Tekkno Bretter album art Various Pullover (Remix) (as Jochem Papp) Various - Tekkno Bretter(CD, Comp) PolyGram, PolyGram 515396-2, 515 396-2 Germany 1992 Sell This Version
Jochem Paap - Acid Disco Plastic Electro album art Hampenberg Hampenberg - Acid Disco Plastic Electro (Maxi) disco:wax Denmark 2007 Sell This Version