Two years later he put up his own business together with Jens Lissat, a well-known DJ. Ramon and Jens had remark able chart hits with „Who Is Elvis“ and „Dildo“, which were both released under the name of „Interactive“.
At that time Ramon met Oliver Bondzio and they founded „Hardfloor“, still the state of the art revolutionists when it comes to modern acid music. They managed to build up a worldwide reputation with tracks like „Acperience“ or „Mahagony Roots“. Furthermore they were (and still are) asked to do alot of remixes, e.g. „MoryKante“ (YekeYeke), „NewOrder“ (Blue Monday) or „Robert Armani“ (Circus Bells), to name but a few. In 1994 Ramon had a major chart success with „Acid Folk“ by „Perplexer“, where he first worked together with Andreas Schneider.
Andreas Schneider joined „Interactive“ the same year and „Forever Young“ (a cover of the famous Alphaville recording), became another top ten hit.
1995 Ramon produced and wrote songs for Celvin Rotanea (for it ́s time) very progressive house project. Even though it wasn't really trendy at this time, Ramon considered lyrics as a very important component to music, so Joern Friese, a singer and songwriter and alongtime companion, joined in. This collaboration mounted into chart entries in Germany, the BENELUX edit.
1. What plays in your car ?
Most of the time just contemporary radio.
2. How did it all start for you?
When I bought a cheap Bontempi-like Organ from a class mate.
3. What is one subgenre you think doesn't get the attention it deserves?
4. What is one track that never gets old for you no matter how many times you hear it?
Thomas Dolby - Pulp Culture
5. As both a Dj/Producer , which side are you on : entertainment or educational ?
I would say creative - a kind of entertainment.
6. Do you walk around humming melodies?
Sure - I´m a musician.
7. Your message to Report2Dancefloor Radio ( including your plans ahead )
Keep on clubbin´
Greetings from Germany,