Danish downbeat Chillout producer Ganga describes himself as a musical chamelion. The classically trained musician and producer entrered the electronic world of music with his first album - 'I Dream About Trees', released on Music For Dreams. It was an album inspired - amongst other things - by trees, which he has a general love for. The album created quite a stir in the downbeat/chillout/lounge genre, and numerous tracks from the album are compiled again and again on the biggest chillout compilations, Buddha Bar, Real Ibiza, Caf%uFFFD Mambo, Serve Chilled, No Stress to name but a few. Ganga aka Christian Ronn started playing the guitar and piano and writing songs at an early age before going on to study literature at university. His writing skills saw him have a collection of poems published before he turned his sights back onto his first love, music. After a further 6 years of study, he graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Music where he excelled in improvisation. Naturally, this lead to him composing and producing his own tracks, which were quickly snapped up for use in films and television. Since then he has performed four times on the biggest stages on Roskilde Festival in Denmark, performing his own filmmusic to accompany - amongst others - Frits Langs silent movie "Metropolis" On these projects he has worked together with some of the most influential danish performers (Hanne Boel, Peter Peter (a.m.o.)) Despite coming from a classical background, Christian was heavily influenced by the electronic scene of the early 90s and a passion for ethnic music. His incessant thirst for knowledge even attracted him to study instruments such as the sitar and the tingklik! In Ganga, he seems to have merged all his creative talents as his blend of electronic sounds, Balearic guitars, Asian infused strings and sensual vocals, truly feels like poetry to your ears.