Cramer Rouse

Pascal Schwitter

Also known as Cramer Rause
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Discography of Cramer Rouse:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Sonic 2 Audio 2004 Banshee Worx BVBA
2 Sonic 2 Audio 2004-06-16 Fourty-5

Cramer’s musical career started in 1993 at the early age of thirteen. At that time Cramer became influenced by the harder sound of TECHNO, went on to a local record shop and found himself looking through the harder edge style, and considered himself infected with the electronic sound. Some time later, Cramer became more interested in playing the music rather then just listening to it, and shortly after found himself behind the decks. He caught on quick, and soon after mastered the art of turntablism. After sending promotional demos to several promoters, he received his first booking as Mr.Bomba. Soon after he was contacted by other promoters and went on to play at clubs and parties all over Switzerland, Austria and Germany. Playing with such acts as Darude, Kai Tracid, Gary D. and many others.

After several years of Dj’ing, Cramer went on to throw events under KOMA Productions, 3 in total, and all being successful parties through 2001 – 2002.

During this time, Cramer met Melanie DJ Tria from Tracid Traxxx who brought him together with his producing partner Peter Juergens (Peter Gun, Prawler, Ten Madison). They decided to take the next step and get into the studio together. The track “Musical Statement” by their Project P.A.S.C.A.L. was included in the compilation “Progressive Goa Trance Vol. 2” on “Yellow Sunshine Explosion Records” while Marco V played in 2003 their track “Feel Free” on many occasions. After getting great feedback on “Change Your Mind” and “Feel Free” from both Ferry Corsten and Marco V, Cramer’s “Feel Free” was also featured on Armin van Buuren’s “A State of Trance #100”.

Then Belgian’s ‘Banshee Worxx’ label found themselves interested in his work, and now Cramer has found himself coming out with his first release in May 2004 on the sub-label “Fourty-5 Records”. Further projects are already in the making.

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