The Greek Andreas Dimitriadis was in love with the record collection of his father while attending jazz concerts. This led him to improvise in local bands, at the early age of 10. In 2002 he joined the Non collective, which organizes a festival in various cities of the country, and was invited to the Red Bull Music Academy in Cape Down. This leads him to releases his first works for Thinner Records and Ware, Matthias Schaffhauser’s label. And.id hit his stride in 2008, when he released his debut for Mobilee Records, One is not enough, as well as his critically acclaimed follow-up, Sand on the floor, both of which showcased not only his intricate production skills but also his unique integration of live components, the latter of which helping to lend an inimitable sound to his material.
As for his acts to the audience, highlights his live shows, in which he introduces his trumpet. No live is like the previous one, connecting in all cases and places to the public. He also uses tracks that haven’t been released yet, loops and other technology. His performances have landed him spots at international festivals such as Sonar, Nuits Sonores in Lyon, and the Synch and Reworks festivals in Greece as well as several remixes for labels around the world including Two Faces, Time Has Changed Records, and Sibbeg’s Noodles Recordings. Whether its house or techno, melodic or organic, percussive grooves or rough and edgy snares, one thing is for certain: And.id delivers.