Dmitry Bobrov's transformation from mere dance music fan to internationally acclaimed deejay took only five years. Dmitry has his own recipes and tricks for getting people high on any dance floor, regardless of the size of the venue. The way he serves up the music can be described as an explosive mixture of tracks where energy and emotions unite deejay and clubbers into a single throbbing entity. It doesn’t matter what he'll play next - progressive, tribal, electro or tech-house, Dmitry has the ability to mix tracks of different styles so that they sound like a single piece. There are not many vocal tracks, but the beauty and power of the lyrics makes them the jewels of Dmitry’s gigs. Thanks to his close contacts with many international dance music producers, Dmitry can spin tracks long before they are released. He seldom plays known hits – instead, he selects unknown tracks and makes them dance floor boomers that make Dmitry’s gigs unique.
Since the summer of 2003 Dmitry has been resident deejay of Moscow's renowned APriori Club, the main underground music spot in Russia's capital. In 2004 he was selected as resident deejay for the International KENT tour, where he warmed up more than twenty top world deejays.
2005 was a breakthrough year in Dmitry's career. In addition to performing gigs all over Russia, he started producing dance music. The first collaboration with his friends Barry Gilbey and Chris Scott was named Aquabeaver: “35-69” and reached TOP 5 UK house track in November 2005: “Stupid name, serious tune! Amazing first release on Choo Choo for collaboration between Chris Scott (Lexicon Ave., Mooncat), Barry Gilbey, and possibly Russia's greatest DJ, Dmitry Bobrov (a man with famous trousers). Recorded over a frantic weekend in the North East earlier this year in the hottest studio in the world. Apparently Bobrov means Beaver in Russian... Fantastic support from Ali (Deep Dish), Hernan Cattaneo, Peter Bailey, Paolo Mojo, D.Ramirez, DJ Vibe, James Mowbray, Gordon Kaye and more. Mixmag Top 5 Tune of the Month”.
Yet more to come:
In November 2005 Dmitry together with Chris Scott made another huge vocal track: “Too Much Is Not Enough”. The track was made in the best traditions of club anthems with a classic house vocal that will blow you away. The track with a number of remixes is planned to be released before WMC’06 on the Octagon record label.
Dmitry's most recent international project appeared in December 2005. Barry Gilbey, Dmitry Bobrov and Danila produced a fat electro-tech house track called “(Let Me Feel) Like No Other” using the acoustic guitar as lead instrument that brought a blast of fresh air along deep and groovy base lines. The track is to be released on Choo Choo records.
In 2005 Dmitry Bobrov performed more than a hundred gigs from the far West to the far East of Russia in venues from 100 to 5,000 people. In addition, Dmitry arranged more than 60 gigs for well-known international deejays.
Sometimes Dmitry sleeps…