With his release “Dynamism” in 2009, Equitant has proven once again how to re-design and significantly alter his musical approach uniting a cold mix of electronic body music and darkened techno. The concept for “Dynamism” is an ever-changing activity, various theories or philosophical systems that explain the universe in terms of force or energy. This is a process or mechanism responsible for the development and motion of a system. “Dynamism” is more or less where his 2008 EP “Mekanik” left off. Just as heavy and just as aggressive. 2008 saw a revivification of Equitant’s style and sound, with the “Mekanik” EP release on Black Montanas/Black Leather Records. This EP brought forth a new chapter in the sound structure and design of the music. The music took on a distinct and aggressive techno-EBM sound…like switching on a kind of techno-EBM engine. Equitant’s antecedent sound started out as an ambient synthesizer project in 1993, then evolved to a cold mechanical direction of electronic music with traces of techno-electro elements in 1999. From 1993-2003 Equitant released a vast collection of demos issued on his label Black Montanas, including his first full length album “Zurich” in 2002. Followed by the “Kompressor” EP in 2003. In 2005 Equitant signed with the Dallas Texas based “Tarot Productions” label. The result was the simultaneous full length releases of “Zeit” (recorded in 2002) and “Konstruckteur” (recorded in 2004). Both albums fused a cold delivery of electro, and abstract techno, unveiling a futuristic simulation for all the masses. The follow-up to “Konstruckteur” was the long awaited “Hauptstadt” EP released in 2007 on Black Montanas. After a much-needed break musically, Equitant released the experimental “Technik” full length album on Black Montanas in early 2008. A release strictly influenced by the infamous “Detroit Electro” sound. In July 2009 Equitant produced a track called “You Know What I Want” for Yasmin Gate’s debut release “YG” on David Carretta’s “Space Factory Records”, along with other collaborators: DJ Hell, Christian Prommer, Keith Le Rouge, Pillage, Douglas McCarthy, T.Raumschmiere, Ikki. Equitant also teamed up with Yasmin Gate for a full collaboration as “Equitant & Yasmin Gate” in 2009, releasing the illustrious “That’s All” EP and “That’s All The Remixes” on Black Montanas. From 2003 to the present Equitant has constructed countless remixes for many renowned artists in the electro/techno/EBM scene. With worldwide underground electronic labels like: Space Factory, Black Montanas, Black Leather Records, M-tronic, Punch Records, Alfa Matrix, Advanced Synergy and Zzyzx Records. Artist remixes include Jonathann Cast, Millimetric, Yasmin Gate & People Theatre, Adriano Canzian, Mt. Sims, Elite!, Reizstrom, Red Industrie, Kaball, Struck 9, Strange Connection, Grandchaos, Xander Harris, Adán & Ilse + many more. Now, three years after the release of “Dynamism”, Equitant has returned in 2012 with his latest release “Body Vehement” (Black Montanas/Black Leather Records) featuring vocals by: Lea X, Yasmin Gate, Bastian & Illumine Concrete. And 2013’s “Body Vehement Remixes” (Black Montanas) featuring remixes by: Canzian, Carretta & Workerpoor, Electrosexual, Equitant, Elite!, Alexander Robotnick, The Populists (aka Yan Wagner), People Theatre, Strange Connection + many more. Equitant’s “Body Vehement” is a cold mix of techno, electro, EBM and disco. “Body Vehement” opens yet another new dimension to Equitant’s ever changing sound.