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We have some good news and some bad news. The good news is that one of the most enigmatic duos revealed their identities. The bad news is that Orman & Gustav, the guys behind Gazlind alias, which dominated in 2015, announced that they’ll no longer continue with this project. The shocking news were posted on their Instagram account, which you can read down below. Orman & Gustav thanked Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman for their support, explaining the reasons they’ll stop working on this enigmatic moniker, which eluded us. But before we mourn about this great loss, lets take some time to remember how with only six tracks, they’ve managed to change the sound of EDM and to influence thousands of producers worldwide. Beginning with the Seinabo Sey’s “Hard Time” and Deniz Koyu’s “To The Sun”remixes, before feeling nostalgic about “Trouble” on Protocol Recordings and the unreleased trilogy “Kiri“, “Sahara” and “Enigma” on Buce Records.
We are writing this message to let you know that we will no longer continue with the Gazlind project. During the last months we have realized that we rather want to spend all our time in the studio, writing and producing songs for others, than doing it under our own artist name.
The idea of being an artist or DJ has never really been something that appealed to us and part of the reason for our decision is also that we feel that we no longer enjoy making only the same type of dance music that we used to do, and not being artists ourselves will make it possible for us to make music that we truly enjoy making – regardless of genre. We would like to thank all of you who have been supporting us – your kind words and encouraging messages and comments have really meant a lot.
We would also like to take the opportunity to thank Dimitri and Andreas for their unconditional support during this time. Dimitri has been a mentor to us since day one – patiently listening to hundreds of versions of the same track to give his opinion, joining us for every single meeting, and giving invaluable advice, without ever expecting anything in return, and for that we can’t thank him enough.
They both have some really amazing things going on with their new label and we can’t wait to see what they have in store for the future. It has been a relatively short, but still a very memorable journey for us and once again, we really appreciate all the support you have given us during this time.