Behind the name Yosebu stands Vasilis Giouvris. Our first contact with his music came through the project ACROPOD and the album ‘Tales Beyond The Unknown’. He started off as DJs when he was a teenager, with drum'n'bass as his starting point. Music and vinyl junkie, he started DJing in clubs and open-air parties, during their prime. His early influences derive mainly from seventies and eighties singers and groups such as Pink Floyd, Curtis Mayfield, Lonnie Liston Smith, Depeche Mode and Kraftwerk. Eventually, however, what 'transfixed' him, were the nineties with their pure-blooded acid break sound and groups such as Future Sound of London. In 1994 he met with Savvas Karabinos and six years later, in 2000, they started their production journey together. With a small budget, they started buying machinery and set up their own... bedroom studios, trying to learn as much as possible on music technology, while adopting the alias Acropod. And if anyone believed that with a groovebox and a sampler –their only equipment during those first steps -you can't create music, Vasilis and Savas constantly proved the contrary. The Acropod album,‘Tales Beyond the Unknown’ was released on 2005. Yosebu seldom presents his work in a live audience, like he did one year ago at the ‘Music Day Festival’ or at the ‘Earth dance Festival’ considering the fact that he speaks through music only when he’s got something to say! He avoids the ‘usual ways’ having as a guiding force the sound itself. As he says “It’s very important to me the fact that the people who surround me are human like “music encyclopedias” and they show me musical ways I couldn’t even imagine! My greatest ‘kink’ is finding new ways of putting more sounds into my ears. Working with them, creating my own point of view!” His first solo album is titled ‘I’ll Be Waiting Till Dawn and some of the most respected producers of the electronic downtempo music scene, amongst them Boon, Blue Mar Ten and Nightmares On Wax, have already given their best credits for the this Klik Records’ release.