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DJ Budai drops his ‘Revolution Love’ ahead of his debut Album

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DJ Budai is considered as the biggest House and Techno pioneer in Hungary. Over two decades in the scene with plenty of releases and countless gigs, the time has come for his very first artist album entitled as ‘Roots’ via Witty Tunes.

Techno pioneer who established funky techno and founded a dance magazine in Hungary. He is one of the most outstanding figures of the Hungarian dance scene. His works are so diverse that it’s impossible to write about them in just a few sentences. Let’s have a closer look at the milestones of DJ Budai’s career.

Budai learned how to DJ at the end of the ‘80s, and then he began to build his career deliberately. He became second at the Hungarian DMC in 1990, then he got residencies at Hungarian clubs called Hysteria, E-Play and Dark Side.

Witty Tunes says “Before the full album we welcome Budai for a single release for Revolution Love which is a perfect dancefloor-oriented track right before the big club reopenings!”

We premiere ‘Revolution Love’ on Data Transmission, check it out here and grab it here.


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