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End of January 2012 Benjamin Damage released “They!Live” his album collaboration with Doc Daneeka. The album has received fantastic media feedback and was album of the month in several magazines all over the world including De:Bug (Germany), DJ Mag (UK) amongst others.
Following a couple of collective shows now both, Doc Daneeka as well as Benjamin Damage, will focus on their solo activities for a while.
“Swarm / Headache” is a bold solo statement. UK Techno reminiscent killer DJ tools. A reference to the heydays of techno with a fresh and nonchalant approach.
Benjamin Damage’s first solo album “Heliosphere” was released in February 2013.