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In 1975 Jeff was produced by his parents in Warsaw Poland, but moved to Sweden in 1981 and lives since then in Malmoe Sweden.

Jeff who was formerly called Mike Pung has been involved in electronic music since 1992 but it all began as a bedroom thing that has since then evolved into a habit.

He started creating music in 1994 and got hooked on it directly, but it took until 1998 before his first single was to come out on his own label Maskros Music.

Since that single he has released over 50 singles on labels like: Poker flat, Episode, Treibstoff, Intristc design, Konvex konkav, Jamayka, Morris audio, regular etc…

The first album by Jeff Bennett got released this summer on Episode. The next one is due for release during 2006.

In 1994 he and a partner opened a record store called Cosmic One Records that became the first electronic record store in Malmoe. With the opening of the record store the DJ career got a boost and he started playing on various venues.

A year after the store was opened Jeff & his record store partner Jim Groovy
started making their own one-off parties and clubs in various sizes.

His longest residency was in a house club called Thank God It’s Friday were he played almost every Friday for over a year. He has played at clubs & parties like: Fabric (London), Otto zutz (The edge, Barcelona), Fusion festival 2002 (Germany), Ostgut (Berlin), Terrys cafe (Frankfurt), Polartv (Berlin) + many more…

In 1996 Jeff & Jim started their first label Azurite records. Jeff started his own label Maskros Music in 1998. And the year 2000 two new labels called Phunctional & Kung fu dub we’re started by Jeff. At this point all those labels have gone into the history books exept Kung Fu Dub who is up and running again digitally.

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