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Born in November 2000, Abandoned Arcade, real name Deji, never really thought about becoming a electronic dance music producer and had little interest in music in general. Until 2011 when he heard "Rock It" by Australian Indie Rock band Little Red. It was then that he decided that he'd keep in touch with music when possible.
In that same year, Donatello68 was introduced to his current musical idols, Daft Punk. After he heard their 2001 hit "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger", he soon became huge fan of Electronic Dance Music (EDM) as a whole frequently listened to other artists like Skrillex and deadmau5.
2012 was when he started making music of his own. He started off making amateur chiptune music and soon progressed into making Electro House.
Whilst he is still a rookie, Abandoned Arcade is getting there and has been supported by artists such as Three Point, Fundave, Xelerot, ANDY K, Emoxx, Toxic Mammal, KJ DOGA and many more.