Having gradually built his reputation as one of the most exciting new techno producers in the world today and with acclaimed releases on MB -Elektronics, Iturnem, Zync, Ascend and most recently Primate, Preach finally unleashes a monster Latin themed techno workout on INTEC - charted No.2 on Mixmag Techno Reviews December 2004 Issue - thus making him as one of the fastest growing talents of 2004 and gaining the support of a variety of dj's for his music accessibility and ability to create a party vibe.
His latest DJ tours – including Dance Valley Festival in Holland - proved he's a heavy weight dancefloor destroyer, with a unique style uncovering a blend of techno with funk and groove, gaining his inspiration from his long time legend Carl Cox. Playing on the biggest electronic shows around the globe such as "Carl Cox Global Radioshow", Victor Dinaire's "Future Progression", and Michel de Hey's "HeyTech", former Radioshow on ID&T.
Entering the DJ MAGAZINE TOP250 of 2004, with new collaborations, remixes and releases. Preach still holds his residency at the infamous ARIA
after-hours club in Montreal, Canada, with a new vision to support the techno scene and attract new comers.
Preach’s production has been charted by a wide range of dj pioneers: Carl Cox, Paul Van Dyk, Chris Liebing, Mauro Picotto, Danny Howells, Green Velvet, Misstress Barbara, Adam Beyer, Ben Sims, Christian Smith, Michel De Hey and Marco V, just to name a few.
Preach is "The man to watch in 2005" quoted by Carl Cox on "Carl Cox Global Radioshow", he is named the "Future DJ Heroes" by reknown Misstress Barbara in the DJ MAGAZINE TOP 100 edition of 2003 and Marco V’s favourite Producer of the year on ID&T MAGAZINE in 2003. He performed along side the world’s best Djs: Carl Cox, Tiesto, Armin Van Buuren, Adam Beyer, Chris Liebing, Ben Sims, Marco V, Luke Slater, Misstress Barbara, Ferry Corsten, Paul Van Dyk and many more…