Originally from a ghetto in North Jakarta, and now a resident in Southern Bali, Kasimyn has been cited by Fact magazine stylistically as “a mayhem of anti-aesthetic fun”. He has also been featured in Boiler Room’s Pure Rave Article and contributed a mix for its’ Global Hard Dance Mix no 9.

Kasimyn is one half of the duo Gabber Modus Operandi, who were headlining CTM Festival 2019 in Berghain sharing production space with TSVI, Sote, 700bliss, Anastasia Kristensen, Gazelle Twin, Slikback, Croatian Amor along with other forward-thinking producers. He was also the DJ for the closing of the festival alongside Nyege-nyege crew, Dis Fig and Yves tumor, generating some major epic fun. On tour in Europe and Asia he has shared decks with Nkisi, Tzusing and Apparat.

In Bali he founded Banjar Campout, a family orientated nature seeker’s rave camp that celebrates local talent in Bali and also founded Rekam Jejak, a small collective that presents fresh ideas from Indonesia’s contemporary music scene, having featured artists like Senyawa and Filastine. Besides holding a regular job as Music Director/Resident DJ for one of the finest lounges in Bali, Metis he is also currently doing personal research on the Indonesian harmonic scales, pelog and slendro, tracing it’s strain within South East Asia and incorporating it with modern contemporary dance music.

Being one of those DJs that rejects the idea of fixed genres, he is always hungry for that which gets the body grooving. He may start with House or Hip-hop but nothing surprising if Funkot, Dubstep, Footwork, Techno, Molam were to appear on the way to Gabber and further on to Hardcore. There may even be some ambient or other random interludes. His DJing is always an adventurous journey.