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The following text is taken from Husko's Soundcloud profile:

Brimming full of talent and ambition; Karl Tabone, better known through various Maltese clubs as ‘Husko’, has long dreamed of mixing and producing his own unique music. However this is a dream which has only been realised recently, yet in his on-going and avid pursuit of improvement and musical inspiration, it is a dream full of promise.

The potential opening for his less commercial style of music in the local clubbing scene was noticed by Karl when he realised that many of his peer group were moving away from mainstream music and experimenting with the style that Karl was passionate about; EDM ( Electronic Dance Music), which, while still a relatively underground sub-culture of music, it is one which has recently been gathering more and more fans; an occurrence which is nothing but good news for any EDM producer out there, such as Husko.

Making his debut as a DJ in the summer of 2012 at clubs such as Hacienda, and The Playground, the name ‘Husko’ spread like wildfire. However, the true potential of ‘Husko’ lies in his skill as a producer, which – though still in its early stages, has seen the creation of many new, interesting tracks that have been published on the music-sharing site ‘sound-cloud’, which have pleased friends, viewers, and clubbers alike.

Drawing inspiration from similar artists such as Deadmau5, Dada Life, and Wolfgang Gartner, Karl is working continually to better his sound, and striving to get his music out there to be heard by more and more of the public; an ominous task, when playing less mainstream genres such as Electro House, Bigroom, Minimal, and Dubstep. Yet Karl’s skill and determination is more than up to the challenge.

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