Talented Iranian producer Iman Habibi releases as Habischman. An ability to fuse emotive synth patterns and infectious grooves has seen releases on labels such as Moda Black, VIVa, Noir Music
and most recently Knee Deep in Sound. Global Underground’s Nubreed compilation series recently ended a seven-year hiatus with the re-launch compilation mixed by Habischman. Having produced four tracks exclusively for the compilation, GU’s 20th anniversary party saw him take to the decks at the famed Ministry of Sound in London. After leaving the 103 room spellbound, he was invited to take control in the Box and delivered another 90 minutes of quality music alongside GU legend Dave Seaman.
Industry giants Pete Tong, Nicole Moudaber and John Digweed have recently recognised Habischman’s strength with tracks gaining support on BBC Radio 1, In The Mood and Transitions Radio shows respectively. Habischman’s collaboration with Hot Since 82 on the track “Leave Me” hit No.2 on Beatport’s Deep House chart and saw a remix by Techno legend Dubfire.
Since cutting his teeth in at the Red Bull academy in 2008, studying alongside the likes of Jamie Woon and Septa, he has developed considerable standing amongst industry peers. Habischman’s unique talent and continuing his rise into the global house music scene is inevitable. Upcoming releases on Hot Since 82’s Knee Deep In Sound and a host of European gigs are set.