Born in 1978, Taelor Deitcher (Felix Cartel) is an electronic music producer from Vancouver, Canada. His rise to fame in the late 2000-2009 decade came from hard work and unconventional beats. Although hard to pinpoint, his sound is similar to Autoerotique, Borgeous, Jakubi, and Dzeko and Torres. Associated acts include Steve Aoki and MSTRKRFT.
Deitcher spent his adolescents pursuing a music career. His early influences brought him to the punk style of rock. He joined a group and spent four years recording and performing in the local Vancouver area. The band released a few unsolicited records and decided to break up. Deitcher tried the rock scene again, but it failed to transpire. After watching some DJs rock the local dancehalls, the ex-rocker decided to try the electronics.
In 2006, Deitcher went to college, but kept pursuing music. After creating a set list, he began touring in the local area until getting recognized by a booking agent. Afterwards, he began playing in Britain and other parts of Europe on the weekends to support his college. When he returned home, the DJ was an underground success. He released several remixes, and in 2009 dropped his first single, “Skeleton.” Deitcher continued his studio work throughout the year. In the winter of 2010, he dropped his debut album, Popular Music. The record became a huge underground achievement and became a festival favorite. Deitcher spent the rest of the year touring making notable stops in Austin, Texas and the Electric Daisy Carnival.
In 2011, Deitcher released his popular single, Joker. The song became a critical success, despite his reluctance to release it. He continued touring and working on collaborations throughout the next year. His album, Different Faces released in 2012 and featured the hit song “Tonight.” He followed by releasing a few more remixes and touring. He currently continues his trend of remixes and studio work. In April 2014, he released “Ready for Love,” which featured vocals from Chloe Angelides.
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