MBasix (M_Basix) a.k.a. Michalis Vassiliou has proven to be a versatile artist, dealing with different music styles throughout his long music career. As an Electronic music producer and a dj, his song ” Dancin’ ” reached No1 of the U.S.A. (Miami) Maemeeti Techno Dance Charts and stayed there for seven weeks, from the 1st of August 2009. His projects, his releases and finally his sound attracted an interest in Greece and abroad. He also did multiple gigs in Greece, Germany and other European countries in order to support his releases.
As a musician (pianist, keyboards player, drummer) and composer, he has collaborated with some of the most important groups in Greece such as: Lefki Symphonia (Rock), Purple Overdose (Psychedelic), No Man’s Land (Alternative Rock), joined other groups from the underground Greek scene such as Enallaktiki Lissi 3 (Punk), formed other groups such as -273°C (Avant-garde), Nichterini Peripolos (Progressive Rock), Interplay Electro (Electronica, New Jazz, Experimental), making albums, getting really good reviews in Greek and British magazines while also touring and performing with them.
But he wanted something completely different, something new and Electronic music was the new field of challenges that he took up, as a producer and a dj, since the early ‘90’s. He has released his music on labels such as EMI, Warner Music, Advanced, Distrophonix, Pegasus Records, Anazitisi Records etc.
After all this, was the right time to start a new project, launching a record label called Unstable Signal focused on quality Electronic music in order to support the underground music culture by putting out records as well as organising events/concerts. His understanding of Electronic music and his own musical background might be the reason he likes everything that has to do with modernity, new trends, the evolution of sound and trying to extend his music to a different level.
-  Unstable Signal w/ Peter Van Hoesen, Peder Mannerfelt and more November 26, 2021
-  CHAOS 2021 November 6, 2021
-  Clubstream ~ Jerm // MBasix May 31, 2020