From the tough, dubbed-out techno of 2012's Thrive to the acid-drenched, underground, pounding stomp of 2019's EP The Eyes, Regal has carved himself a path to being one of the techno scene's brightest stars, holding down DJ residencies across Europe as well as remixing the likes of Nina Kravitz and Charlotte de Witte. Italian-born, Spain-based Gabriel Cassina (aka Regal) first found himself DJ'ing at large clubs in Madrid at the age of 19, playing a mix of deep underground techno with elements of dubstep and drum'n'bass. Using the alias Gabryel Casse, Cassina originally released his debut EP in 2010 before issuing a slew of singles under the name -- for labels such as Technomafia, TMR, and Naked Lunch -- over the next two years. In 2012 he founded his own label, Involve, and released his debut as Regal. Taking inspiration from the ...
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