CasCo


Munich-based CasCo started his journey into the world of drum and bass back in 2001 when he first went to raves and discovered the impulsive genre for himself - collecting records and buying 1210's has been the natural next step. After practising for many years, CasCo has proven his skills and became an integral part of the SUSTAIN! Crew - formerly known as „The Drum and Bass Issue“ - which has grown into one of the most popular and respected drum and bass nights in Munich within the last years.

By this time Alex Weishäupl aka CasCo played countless gigs in clubs and festivals alongside international artists like Audio, Bad Company, Optiv&BTK, Klute, Vicious Circle, Phace&Misanthrop, Lenzman, Nymfo, Jubei&SP:MC, Lowqui MC, Dom&Roland and Ulterior Motive – to name just a few – across Germany.
His style varies from deep / minimal to neurofunk / techstep combined with classics and fresh dubs, but overall he doesn't care for subgenre boundaries. Also a certain proportion of vinyl in CasCo's sets is still important for him.

And – how could it be otherwise – starting his own production has been natural progress after years of DJing.

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Munich-based CasCo started his journey into the world of drum and bass back in 2001 when he first went to raves and discovered the impulsive genre for himself - collecting records and buying 1210's has been the natural next step. After practising for many years, CasCo has proven his skills and became an integral part of the SUSTAIN! Crew - formerly known as „The Drum and Bass Issue“ - which has grown into one of the most popular and respected drum and bass nights in Munich within the last years.

By this time Alex Weishäupl aka CasCo played countless gigs in clubs and festivals alongside international artists like Audio, Bad Company, Optiv&BTK, Klute, Vicious Circle, Phace&Misanthrop, Lenzman, Nymfo, Jubei&SP:MC, Lowqui MC, Dom&Roland and Ulterior Motive – to name just a few – across Germany.
His style varies from deep / minimal to neurofunk / techstep combined with classics and fresh dubs, but overall he doesn't care for subgenre boundaries. Also a certain proportion of vinyl in CasCo's sets is still important for him.

And – how could it be otherwise – starting his own production has been natural progress after years of DJing.