Ahmet Sendil

Ahmet Sendil is a Turkish music producer, remixer and DJ who was an influential part of Electronic Music scene in Turkey in the late 1980s and a leading performer and producer of minimal since the early 1990s.

Taking an interest in the newly introduced electronic music genre, Şendil started his musical career in 1989. He was amongst the pioneers of Electronic Music in Turkey, DJ'ing at Studio 54 Istanbul, one of the first nightclubs in Turkey. In the 1990s, he played in almost every major club in Turkey, including X-tacy, Club 12, Moonlight and High End. He was offered being the resident DJ for Switch Club, then the largest club in Istanbul, which he accepted in 2000.

In 2007, Sendil formed his record labels M-Vitamine and Bosphorus Underground Recordings.

After producing several tracks and remixes that reached #1 under Minimal category on Beatport’s Top 100 Charts, Ahmet was nominated for Best Minimal Artist and awarded the 3rd place in 2008.

After being recognized abroad, Sendil started performing in international clubs and festivals. He has played guest spot in Turnmills in London and The Warehouse Project in Manchester. He has also performed in festivals such as Dance Valley, WMC Miami, Electronica Global Gathering Istanbul, Creamfields Istanbul and MTV Dance Festival Istanbul.[3] He has performed alongside many DJs/bands, including Stacey Pullen, Dave Clarke, Dave Angel, Darren Roach, Jerome Pacman, Derrick May, Moloko, Red Snapper, Kosheen and Massive Attack.

Sendil is currently actively performing and producing under his own label Bosphorus Underground Recordings.