Gemini Calls Dubstep "More Accessible Than Other Types of EDM"

Baby-faced British DJ, vocalist, and producer Thomas Slinger, AKA Gemini, doesn't just look young, he really is young. Since his debut Blue in 2011, this 23-year-old EDM prodigy has been composing, touring, and mentoring other young musicians nonstop, it seems. 

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Currently available on Beatport, he's releasing his next EP Mercury on December 2 on iTunes. Of the album Slinger says, it's got "some things new, some things old and some things unexpected." 

Gemini is performing this weekend with Rusko and Nadastrom at Club Cinema. We spoke with the artist while he was touring in Toronto about suburban moms listening to dubstep and mentoring artists on his label Inspected Records. 

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