Caspian Rabone


At the dawn of the millenium Caspian Rabone was part of a group of artists including Rainfield, Winnick/Cochran, Greg Gow, Adam Marshall, Jeremy Caulfield and Jake Fairley that put Toronto on the map as the Canadian techno wave gathered momentum.

He was also responsible for Polaris Records, one of the select labels like Blue, Dumb Unit and Cynosure launched by Canadian underground distributor Roundtable.

Caspian’s early releases had a harder brassic note but now he’s opting for a mellow and melodiuos tone. Over the years his music has garnered global recogntion from DJs such as Cari Lekebusch, Laurent Garnier, Derek May, John Acquaviva and Kevin Saunderson to name a few. With label support from Definitive, Secret Weapon, Tuning Spork, Conversation and one of Toronto’s most successful imprints - Thoughtless Music. His most recent EP on Batti Batti saw his first foray into deep house and evidence that Caspian sound is still fresh after 15 years.

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At the dawn of the millenium Caspian Rabone was part of a group of artists including Rainfield, Winnick/Cochran, Greg Gow, Adam Marshall, Jeremy Caulfield and Jake Fairley that put Toronto on the map as the Canadian techno wave gathered momentum.

He was also responsible for Polaris Records, one of the select labels like Blue, Dumb Unit and Cynosure launched by Canadian underground distributor Roundtable.

Caspian’s early releases had a harder brassic note but now he’s opting for a mellow and melodiuos tone. Over the years his music has garnered global recogntion from DJs such as Cari Lekebusch, Laurent Garnier, Derek May, John Acquaviva and Kevin Saunderson to name a few. With label support from Definitive, Secret Weapon, Tuning Spork, Conversation and one of Toronto’s most successful imprints - Thoughtless Music. His most recent EP on Batti Batti saw his first foray into deep house and evidence that Caspian sound is still fresh after 15 years.