Throughout his career Kornél Kovács has mainly released his original material on Studio Barnhus, the label he co-founded with Axel Boman and Petter Nordkvist. That said, within the past few years he’s developed a reputation for being a sought after remixer, lending his talents to labels like R&S Records, Crosstown Rebels, Numbers., Rebirth and more. Kovács’ debut album, The Bells, was released on Studio Barnhus in 2016, Giving your debut LP the same name as the most influential techno track in history certainly takes balls. But after hearing how the album draws together Kovács’ natural festive musicality and his long-standing love of club rhythmics, then factoring in the juggernaut trajectory that’s taken him from teamaking record store jester to globally acclaimed producer and DJ, you can certainly forgive his confidence.Kornél Kovács has now cemented his position as one of the most prominent producers and DJs around. In 2017 he’s played nearly every corner of the world, including his first Australian tour, shows at Berlin’s Panorama Bar and New York’s Good Room, a main stage slot at Dekmantel’s first Brazilian edition and festival stages in the UK and all around Europe.