Takashi started DJing as a student in Fukuoka (the home of Tonkotsu Ramen), and claimed his deejaying moniker (he Dee-Jays as DJ Warp) thanks to the Warp label t-shirt he was wearing the first time he spun records.

In the intervening years he’s developed a taste for superb tech house & deep – minimalistic techno, and – after a stint in Okayama, where he ran small underground techno events “Pulse”, he moved back to Kyushu, where he now spins, makes music and runs Missile parties in Kagoshima.

Styles: Deep – Minimalistic – Techno, Tech House, House




14 Comments to “Takashi Watanabe: Fuga EP”

  1. cool trippy tek

    Astro & Glyde
  2. Blue Moon – nice song

    Marius Ivanoff
  3. Blue Moon Original mix

    Miss Nine
  4. i like sunset a lot. its dreamy and fun. good warm up builder.

    Chloe Harris
  5. Blue Moon is a really groovy number for those early morning afterhours…

    Dave Brock
  6. fuga for me

    Art Patrice
  7. Very original sounding, cool production

    DJ Mike Hiratzka
  8. Nice solid main beat that sets a great groove. Some really cool plays between the beat and the laid back parts. This should be good for some opening sets.

    DJ Science
  9. great overall EP, liking all 3 trax.

    Nosmo v Kris B
  10. Tasty tech-house, with a little more techno ispiration, simple but effective. will try it out.

  11. Man, “Sunset” is a little slice of heaven…has a really funky swing to it that just digs into you and does not let go

    Dave Brock
  12. sunset and blue moon are excellent

  13. Sunset is my favorite track in this package. Good attention to detail and nice production quality overall. I think Takashi will be a producer to watch for the future.

    Darin Epsilon
  14. Nice deep /dark but driving tunes, really cool stuff especially the Fuga track!! I’d like to play them in clubs!

    Gayle San