He was known for his work in groups like Resistance and had a number of other aliases.
Pascalis Dardoufas, AKA Pascal F.E.O.S., has died.
The important German producer died at age 52 from stomach cancer, according to FAZE Mag. With a career stretching back to the '80s, F.E.O.S. was one of German techno's most important figures, helping to define the famous techno-trance hybrid Frankfurt sound in the '90s alongside DJs like Heiko MSO and Sven Väth. In addition to his own Planet Vision label, he was a regular on vital Frankfurt imprint Harthouse.
Dardoufas put out plenty of solo music under the F.E.O.S. alias as well as Sonic Infusion, and was part of a number of a group projects, including the long-running '90s techno group Resistance D and the trip-hop band Aural Float.
Listen to "Technique."