John Connell

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John began DJing house music in Glasgow and Edinburgh in 1996. In 2000, he briefly relocated to London, playing at many bars and clubs before basing himself in Tokyo in 2001. He has played extensively at house and techno parties over the last four years, he has held residencies at many respected venues like Womb, Yellow and Air, playing with some of the most influential djs and producers in the world, such as Richie Hawtin, Ricardo Villalobos and Sven Vath. Meeting DJ and production partner Akira at Womb, they decided to start an event where they could share their enthusiasm with people looking for fresh music and in October 2004 began the minimal, clickhouse-techno unit “Liminal”.

Also, he has produced music with GRAIN RECORDING as AKA CONICAL. He has co-produced with DIETER HOPNER as AKA LOST LEADERS as well. His music cross over the borders beyond space and time.
His inspiration drew from the inspiring trance like realizations that come from electronic music. His recent interest in yoga practice and inner inquirey has inspired him to connect the bridge between his musical passion and continuing creative process.


Physically, my body was changing. I felt physically and mentally stable, and I felt my feet firmly on the ground. I was able to concentrate and pay attention to the details of my body and my mind.


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