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Dimitry aka. CJ Catalizer grew up on rhytm & melodica of "Station-106.8 fm" radio, opening electronic music & culture for himself in 1995.
In 1996 he start to experimentating with his own sound using the most powerfull computer for those time (thats why he's taking CJ - computer jockey)
During the years of deep involving in electronic music, growing experience, Dimitry comes to House, Trance & Lounge music. In parrallel artist working in Ambient & Psychill style.
The point of start of serious creation of CJ Catalizer was 2006. After release of first debut album “Across The Universe” on russian electronic label SHUM rec in down tempo style. It becomes a visiting card of artist. In short time album goes around the world ( in real & mp3 formats), sales everywhere including net of stores "Soiuz". Tracks from albumcan be heard in many dj sets of chillout djs in Russia, Germany, Israel, Greece, Italy, USA. In 2007 Dimitriy becoming a member of Chronos, project of Nick Klimenko, collaborating with whom, artist becoming grow up very fast. Guys releasing some tracks on compilations in Germany & Ibiza (Spain) & start to perform project on scene together. In 2007-2008 Dimitriy played on one scene with: Asura, Abakus, Aes Dana, Solar Fields, Shulman, Carbon based Lifeforms etc. Being a guest & envolved in Syntetic Sound Festival, Phonokol Ultra Party, MegaChill, Space 2008, Sky Gravity festival & other private & commercial parties.
In 2008 Nick & Dimitry decide to sepperate & Dimitry became a solo project again. And now in basis he takes more progressive moods. Style & Concept of future album Dimitry hold in secret. But with combined forces guys releasing their collaboration album Chronos & C.J.Catalizer "Quid Est Veritas?" on Ajana rec in early 2009.
Also Dimitry is managing in technics of playing with cd dj players but prefer to play with notebook (CJ is in focus again) Using all needed equipment, software & hardware & keyboard synthesizers. Read more on Last.fm
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