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After a short intermezzo as an official artist on the highly acclaimed label 'Zenit', that has been the platform for acts like Marco Carola, Adam Beyer, The Advent, Gaetano Parisio and many more, he now puts the focus back again on an own platform after releasing his album 'Credo' as a sublabel from Zenit, which is now 'continued' as his personal artist label with already highly acclaimed releases like 'My bleepy helloween' or 'Bullet in your heart', minimal tunes go together with peaktime slammers in a way that appears obvious and logic. This fact and the music on 'Credo' attracts a lot of leading colleagues of Alex like Chris Liebing, Dubfire, Adam Beyer, Stephan Bodzin or also Charles Siegling aka Technasia, who invited Alex to join the worldfamous Sino-Label by end of 2008. The feedback on Alex' music is growing constantly, he turned out to be one the few real technoproducers since 2008 and his decision to focus on only a few, but very powerful and strong releases on labels like CLR, Sino or Credo speaks for itself. After releasing numerous succesful releases and remixes in 2009, e.g. 'Red Chromosome' on CLR or the 'Dark Summer Nights' on Credo, which has to be repressed again and again and was even featured on the German Club Charts (DDC), Alex was really touched by the fact that one of his musical idols, Martin L. Gore, has picked a remix from him (Marko's 'Everything turns black' Remix by Alex) for his pre-show-dj-set of the worldwide Depeche Mode 'Tour of the Universe'. 2010 will not only see Alex being a part of handful of high-class artists to create the '10 years CLR compilation', it will also be the year of Alex' next album 'Being Wayne Sidorsky', an outstanding album and a compilation of tracks which are totally dedicated to the bas(s)ic energy of Techno, something Alex always stood for and will always stay stand for. Techno can do a lot, if you let it do so. That's the credo. His credo.

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