Kukuzenko - Go Dub
Go Dub (Original Mix): Kukuzenko debut release on Full Haus is a feel good cheeky tech house tune with up beat stabs, sweeps and vocals guaranteed to move a house dance floor and set the place alight! Biography: Sergii Kukuzenko native of Donetsk, Ukraine, born to a family of professional musicians first began to play piano and compose music at 5 years old. Aged 12, Sergii had first taste real studio work; Inevitably, he went on to study in music school; following by Music College, and as a logical continuation, Donetsk State Music Academy (in the name of S.S. Prokofiev). Sergii graduated in 2004, and obtained both a Bachelor's Degree cum laude and a Master's Degree in music (major- Jazz Piano, music arts). After university Sergii worked in Ukrainian and Russian music studios, which consisted of composition and production of music based shows, television programs, and cartoons. In order to advance his knowledge and improve skills base, Sergii moved to Los Angeles, California, where he enrolled at School of Audio Engineering (SAE) Institute of Technology. In 2008, Sergii successfully finished SAE with a diploma in sound engineering. Currently Sergii is part of international ALUMNI Network and work with producers from over the Globe. However busy Sergii's work schedule is, he always finds time to play the piano, as Jazz is an integral part of his life. Sergii is grateful that fate allowed him to meet jazz legend Dini Clarke; on several occasions, Sergii had the opportunity to play and work with Dini in his studios based in Los Angeles. Other artists with whom Sergii has worked include Columbian/American Latin Grammy nominated singer Ines Gaviria, Playboy model Yvette Lopez, R&B/Soul singer Major James, country bands "Mitchells Folly" and "The Broken Numbers Band". Segii has also remixed for "Linkin Park". For Sergii, it was significant to meet with internationally renowned sound engineer Eddie Kramer, Hollywood composer/producer Andrew Lane, and composer Mario Marchetti. Finally, in Moscow Sergii worked with Russian producer Losif Prygogyn and his label "Nox Music".