Project Name: Little Orange UA
Style: Breakbeat project [UA/Energodar]
Real Name: Dmitry Garkusha
Resident of Criminal Tribe Records since 2014
Under Influence — Who Is Martha Stewart? [CTRFREE005 2014] (include Little Orange UA remix)
Little Orange UA — Circles EP [CTR011 2015]
FB Force — Sequence of Bits! Remixes EP [CTR025 2017] (include Little Orange UA remix)
Little Orange UA & Interra – Black Ice (Original Mix) [CTRFREE031 2018]
Little Orange UA & Floyd The Barber – ALA [CTRFREE044 2019]
The Crystal Method – Born Too Slow (Little Orange UA Bootleg) [CTRFREE050 2019]
Little Orange UA — Freedom Fighter EP [CTRFREE051 2019]
Little Orange UA — FIR [CTRFREE056 2020]
Kid Digital feat. Mr Reload — Beat to the Breaker (Little Orange UA Remix) [CTRFREE060]
Baseface — Generation Dead (Little Orange UA Remix) [CTRFREE061]
Little Orange UA feat. Floyd The Barber – Lunatic [CTRFREE063]
At the age of 10, the young Dmitry got a present — a cassette of techno group E-type. After listening of them, he fell in love with electronic music. Hе met the breakbeat culture at the age of 14-15 years old, and of course it was the legendary Prodigy.
The first steps Dmitry took to create a mix were on a two-cassette recorder. At 17 he made a breakthrough when the older brother bought a computer and Dmitry got his hands on the long-awaited FL Studio. What followed were his first attempts at writing electronic music, though not always successfully.
Several years later, as young producer he fell into the underground movement MIXPLATE rec. Dmitry actively started trying to organize parties, even attempting to produce CD-s with music, but for a lack of funds and a number of reasons MIXPLATE rec. disintegrated. At the age of 19-20 years, Little Orange UA already had six months experience working in a theater as a sound engineer.
Over time, Dmitry managed to produce a few releases on one of the CIS Break labels, but in 2014, when meeting the owner of Criminal Tribe Records, Alexei Hornet, he decided to immerse himself in going solely in a BB direction when writing, and later on becoming a resident of the label.