Though only 20, Lank, Peter Golyán from Hungary, has been dealing with music composition for 7 years now. Thanks to the impact made on him by folk, classical and electronic music, he has an eclectic style, his tracks range from chill-out to tech-house. With several compositions behind, he joined Strictly!, one of Hungary’s most ambitious party series in 2002. From that year on we can talk about him as both a DJ and a producer, who is now well-known throughout the country. He played in nearly all the prominent clubs of Budapest, and played with names like Quivver, Shiloh, Johnny Orange, Anthony Pappa, or Özgür Can. His tracks were published on several occasions since 2003 on compilation CDs (Mb Project – 60 Days Remix, Strictly! Collection, Quasar remixes 2004), and mix CDs as well (Strictly! One mixed by Blueboy, Terra mixed by Slam Jr.). His work gets more and more recognized outside the Hungarian progressive scene too, and several of his musics appear on international DJ charts. In 2005 he becomes one of the official DJs of the internet radio where the Strictly! team has a weekly show, called Strict Thursday (Slam Jr., Stone, Lank, SanFranciscoBeat). In the same year he made a remix for Snake Sedrick’s Fields by Pure-Substance Records with great feedbacks and playlists all over the world. His name appeared in Frisky radio’s show, Immersed, and in the Greek as well. Several publishers are interested in Lank’s new tracks all over the world. His songs “Cowboys again” and “Slushy Dub” lands at John “Quivver” Graham’s Boz Boz Records, while one of his other tracks, “Elfin”, is published by the Columbian-based Progrezo Records. As a result of this cooperation, he will play in the South-American publisher’s radio show on ADN Radio Station. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.