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Name: Dittaphat Janprasert
Birthdate: November 5th, 1982
Birthplace: Had Yai, Thailand
Nationality: Thai / Canadian
Styles: Techno
Influences: The Hacker, Chris Liberator, D.A.V.E The Drummer, Misstress Barbara, Gesaffelstein, Laurent Garnier
Performed at: Circus Afterhours, Bar Passeport, The Government, Paulse, Mad Club, Circa, Soundclub Samui, Club Culture, etc.
Residencies: Circus Afterhours, Bar Passeport
Record labels: Mutate To Survive, 6N7 Music, Finegrind
Fun fact: I made music by pressing button and use only computer not even mouse to manipulate the sound. Try to make techno but always end up making trance. :)
Website: www.flimsound.com
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Hailing from Thailand’s southern region, Flim has for the past fifteen years been passionately contributing to the global techno community, bringing his high-energy performances and abstract energetic productions to dance-floors throughout the world.

Trained originally as a rock drummer, Flim became attracted to the tribal sounds of techno early on, and could soon be found deejaying in venues throughout the infamous southern islands of Koh-Samui and Koh-Panghan. His infectious and energetic performances proved addictive, leading to residencies at Thailand’s world-renowned Full Moon, Black Moon, and Half Moon parties. After relocating to the epicenter of electronic music in Canada – Toronto, he founded Blackmoon Productions, quickly making his name synonymous with Canada’s free tekno scene thanks to his memorable squat parties and deep talent for keeping dance-floors moving. Before long, Flim was gracing premier electronic clubs such as Montreal’s Circus, and Toronto’s Circa, as well as top tier Canadian festivals such as WEMF, and the Eclipse Festival.

In the studio, Flim was also building an international fan base. Quietly perfecting his production technique, he joined the roster of Henry Cullen & Pattrix’s stripped down UK label Mutate to Survive, for the release of his first EP, Killing It. Setting the tone for what has become a signature cross-genre brand of techno, the EP mixed the best sounds of minimal, tribal and hard-groove together into a fresh sound not to be missed whether played in the club or on the home stereo. A year later, Flim continued with the release of the EP, New Planet, again on Mutate to Survive. Quickly gaining traction in the international electronic community, New Planet was featured in French music magazine Tsugi, it appeared on French artists The Hacker’s Top 10 Chart, and cracked Beatport’s the Top 50 globally. Building on this success, Flim teamed up with Toronto’s Jane Void to produce the unusual sounding minimal floor grinder, Press My Button. Featuring Void’s distorted vocals, the track originally aired on French national radio Oui FM, and has since been hitting dance-floors worldwide.

Behind the decks, Flim has become renowned for bringing the energy, charisma and sound that only a seasoned producer and deejay can. From dark vibes and slamming beats, to rolling climaxes and funky grooves, Flim perfectly blends his original production tracks with other ground breaking techno, making his international performances a must see event that will keep people talking long after the music has stopped.


Date Event Venue
Nov 02nd 2012    Highestpoint, Flim, Nightowl Bar Passeport
May 25th 2012    Flim, Steve Mos, Steve Bacs Bar Passeport
Jan 20th 2012    Mark Knight, Oren D Circus Afterhours
Oct 28th 2011    Flim, Danny Mendes & Paolo Tieri Bar Passeport



FLIM - Live @ Collaborate NYC 2008