Berlin-based songwriter/producer/singer Georg Levin has set his own
mark within the international electronic music scene right from his
very first release “When I’m With You” in 2001.
Georg has been writing songs since his childhood, playing in various bands as a keyboarder and saxophone player as well as experimenting with primitive recording equipment. He studied Communications in the UK, had a few jobs in the TV and film business in London and Berlin and was just thinking of starting a career with something decent when he met Alexander Barck from Jazzanova, co-founder of Sonar Kollektiv, and became serious about fulfilling his lifelong dream of releasing his own music.
In September 2003, Levin’s first solo-album “Can’t Hold Back” including the singles “When I’m With You”, “(I got) Somebody New” and “In Your Car” hit the stores and the following tour with DJ, labelmate and production partner Dixon set the foundation for his current project WAHOO: Formerly Georg’s and Dixon’s imprint for remixes (i.e. Jazzanova’s “That Night”, Victor Davies’ “Runaway Train” or Brook’s “Colour Me Bad”), they are now working on an album with own compositions.