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Eddie Santini


Eddie Santini has been an integral part of the global techno music family since the mid-1990s. Devoting his life, passion and energy to crafting fine electronic music, he has made his name synonymous with the mastery in the techno genre. Eddie started out his career as a DJ in 1995 collecting and mixing underground techno, tech-house and minimal records, playing ‘squat parties’ in London. Developing an ear for proper techno music and producing his own material, Eddie has since pursued and perfected a passion that has coursed through his veins for more than 20 years, mastering his craft alongside some of the most prolific names in the industry. Over the years Eddie has released tracks with the support of such renowned artists as Carl Cox, Guy Mcaffer and Umek, frequently touring and headlining underground venues in Europe including the honour of the final set ever played at the closing of iconic club 414. Eddie now resides in Canada where he founded the record label Resilient Records with long-time friend, fellow DJ and producer Matthieu F. His latest endeavour is the Zero Dayz project with collaborator Alex Calver.


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Born into this world with a love for all things creative, it was only a matter of time before BLANCAh would spread her wings and shine on an international level. Hailing from the beautiful Brazilian city of Florianópolis, she has built a solid path for herself in music production, defining her music through melodic compositions, with each of her tracks being a work of art in itself. Her natural talent and musical influences have quickly progressed, allowing her the opportunity to explore different sounds and refine her skills in the studio. BLANCAhs work is about so much more than bringing her music to her fans. Her art depicts sensitivity and versatility which combines to create the unique essence and form of self- expression that BLANCAh is. Often utilizing her own live vocals, her sets in clubs and on festivals always stand out for originality.

The ethereal producer and DJ has also been a regular on the European club circuit, especially in Berlin. With tours in Australia, China, India, Central America, South América and the Middle East, BLANCAh has developed an international following with her unique approach to melodic techno in the live environment. Her commitment to stay true to her roots has pushed her need for creative expansion and, in turn, strengthened her ability to stand out from the crowd. Brazil has played a crucial role in developing BLANCAh’s place in electronic music. In 2016, at the highly acclaimed “Rio Music Conference”, BLANCAh was presented with the esteemed “Revelation Of The Year” award. Since her early years in the underground scene, she has held residencies at two legendary Brazilian clubs – D-Edge in São Paulo, and Warung Beach Club, one of the most sought after venues in the world. BLANCAh has become one of South America’s breakout stars with a CV that includes some of the world’s most renowned platforms. From releases on Steyoyoke, Timeless Moment, Lost On You and the emblematic Renaissance Records.


UNER 2017 003From debuting in 2009 on Diynamic, right up to remixing one of his idols Laurent Garnier in 2015, UNER has been experiencing one of the most exciting times of his life. After a lifetime devoted to music, rewards have come in the form of critical and audience success, performances around the globe and releases on some of the best electronic music labels around. His music regularly appears on Cadenza, Cocoon, Visionquest, Cécille and Diynamic, which in 2014 released his debut album ‘432’, showcasing a personal side of UNER, the lover of house, techno, melodies and vocal harmonies. The album displayed the continued musical maturity and enduring form of this DJ and producer.

Looking back on recent years, we can see a progression that has seen UNER rise to prominence in the electronic music world. In 2012 he was one of the top artists in the annual Resident Advisor charts, in 2013 he was named best newcomer at the Ibiza DJ Awards and in 2014 his debut album received many plaudits. Every milestone reached is a springboard to the next step. In Ibiza he has become one of the leading artists at Ants, every Saturday throughout the summer at Ushuaia, as well as playing regular sets for Carl Cox The Revolution (Space). In the rest of Europe, he frequently plays at clubs like Watergate in Berlin or at festivals such as Sonar, while in the Americas, he constantly tours the north and south of the continent.

UNER unleashes his true potential during his performances. His DJ sets are powerful, full of energy and personality, and always dance-floor focused. His set-up, which is constantly evolving, combines four decks, dozens of FXs, touchscreen controllers and a sampler, meaning that the only limit to his sets is creativity. In an effort to reach new ground, UNER has developed a concept of live performance with piano, synthesisers, drums and guitar, which, together with two musicians, he explores the limits of electronic music and transports his music to pop and rock levels.

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GusGus was initially formed in 1995 as a film/music collective. This spawned a short film and a critically acclaimed best selling album in Iceland.

After striking a deal with 4AD in 1996 they became one of the most sought after electronic music acts out of Iceland.  With the release of Polydistortion (4AD/Warner) in 1997, GusGus solidified their worldwide status to sold-out shows all over the world

GusGus has had a span of nearly two decades in which they have done nearly every style of electronic influenced music.  From techno to trip-hop, from house to progressive house/trance to pop, this collective has made each style their own.

The current line up consists of founding members: Biggi Veira and Daníel Ágúst

Their acclaimed album ‘Mexico’ was released in 2015 with GusGus once again presenting the audience with magical soundscapes that go from synth-pop “Obnoxiously Sexual” to deep techno “Mexico” to progressive house “Airwaves” and the chart topping stomper “Crossfade”.  The combination of the vocal artistry of Daníel Ágúst and the raspy melodic voice of Högni Egilsson (also a member of indie band Hjaltalín) surrounded by mesmerizing electronics, haunting grooves, with subtle string and brass arrangements blending in, creates a very unique and powerful sound produced by mastermind Biggi Veira which has been leaving audiences clamoring for more.


The band released the track, “Featherlight” in 2017, followed by an EP of the same name in early 2018. Their forthcoming album, ‘Lies are more flexible’, is scheduled for release in 2018.

Francisco Allendes

151025_Francisco_AR_007Francisco Allendes, Chilean DJ and producer now residing in Ibiza, is one of the hottest talents of the contemporary dance music scene. Active since early last decade, Allendes has grown over the years, releasing music for some of the most prestigious labels in the techno/house scene including Desolat, VIVa Music, Cadenza, Mood and Spectral Sound.

The Fiebre Amarilla World Tour in 2009 placed him on the world DJ platform and ever since he has been omnipresent in his home country Chile at Awakenings, Mysteryland and Love Parade Festivals, as well as on the world circuit at events and clubs such as Creamfields, MMW, BPM, ANTS, Hyte, Cocoon, Ostend Beach Festival, Kiesgrube, Sonar off Parties, Destino, Space and Privilege to name but a few. His sound as a producer shifts between synthetic house and techno grooves -always displaying flashes of organic rhythms and percussion. Allendes has produced several hits in the tech and house scene – the most recognisable being Esa Nena Quiere, El Ladrón de Mails and Espíritu. His production has been widely supported by some of the most influential DJs of our time including Carl Cox, Loco Dice, Ricardo Villalobos, Reboot, Josh Wink and Luciano.

Born in Chile and introduced to music from a very early age, his parents bought him a violin at the age of nine training classically for eight years. At 17 his musical taste took a turn when he first discovered progressive rock and synthesizers. The synthesizer was his initial contact with electronic instruments and opened his eyes to a whole new world, which in turn motivated him to research new sounds. Soon after he began to produce his own music and naturally he also moved on to discover the art of DJing. In 2001 he laid his hands on his first Technics and he progressed rapidly to join the circle of professional Chilean DJs. His first productions soon launched him on to the scene and led him to perform at some of the biggest festivals in Chile as well as giving him exposure to the international circuit.

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In 2005 Allendes moved to Zaragoza in Spain and started working with DJ and producer Iñigo Oruézabal on the Monomachine and Garlic projects. He soon started releasing on European labels Immigrant, Catwash and Paradigm amongst others as well as playing in some local clubs. In 2007 he took his experience and returned to his hometown and, in association with his long time friend Marcelo Rosselot, started the first vinyl and digital record label based in Chile called Andes Music aiming to promote up and coming South American artists. Shortly after this his career received a boost when he released a track he worked on together with Alexi Delano named ‘El Coleccionista de Piedras’ on Matthew Dear’s Spectral Sound label

Allendes was beginning to discover his identity as a producer and developed his unique style (tech house and vigorous dance with Afro – Latin influences). He wrote multiple successful tracks: Espíritu (Kling Klong Records), Llovizna (Cadenza) and El Ladrón de Mails (Cadenza Lab), releases that caught the attention of many international and iconic DJs.

Francisco Allendes arrived in Ibiza in 2010 and immediately signed up a residency at Ushuaïa Beach Club. That season Allendes released the track Esa Nena Quiere on Steve Lawler’s label VIVa Music, a record that immediately became an overnight success and received high acclaim from Luciano,
Ricardo Villalobos, Reboot, Josh Wink and Tania Vulcano. In 2011 he was called up by Sven Väth and asked to be Cocoon resident of their party in Formentera (Tipic Club), a collaboration that continued throughout 2012. In 2013 he went on to cement a monthly residency at ANTS (Ushuaïa) as well as performing at Loco Dice’s Used + Abused parties and at the Privilege Closing Party.

The past three years has seen Allendes continue his presence in Ibiza still holding his residency at ANTS as well as playing parties at Space, Amnesia, Sankeys, Underground and Heart. He ́s also continued his worldwide touring, with dates in 2016 spanning Chile, Peru, Italy, Switzerland, Belgium, Croatia, the US, UK and Spain and this looks set to continue throughout 2017.




guiboratto-1-2 smallerIf you had to choose just one driving force behind the rise of Brazilian electronic music in the past 15 years, it would be difficult to look beyond the genius of Gui Boratto. A pioneer in the art of production and live performance, Boratto is at the heart of the electronic scene in Brazil with an influence that reaches across the globe.

Born in São Paulo, Brazil, Boratto began working as a producer, audio engineer and multi-instrumentalist in the early 90s with credits on countless releases for major and independent record labels working alongside Pato Banton, Garth Brooks, Steel Pulse, Desiree and Manu Chao to name just a few. Despite a successful career behind the scenes, the creative urge proved too strong for Boratto and before long he began dedicating himself to producing his own music in the studio. After a string of notable releases on the likes of Plastic City, Audiomatique and Circle, Gui’s first full-length album, the highly acclaimed ‘Chromophobia’, was released in 2007 through the Cologne-based German label Kompakt.

His association with seminal label Kompakt has continued to flourish over the past decade. With 5 full-length albums to his name, frequent high-profile remix and production credits – Massive Attack, Bomb The Bass, Pet Shop Boys, Goldfrapp, Moby, Paul Simon amongst others – and an innovative live show that sees him tour iconic venues across the globe each year, Boratto has firmly established himself as Brazil’s biggest electronic music export.

Nurturing up and coming Brazilian talent remains an essential part of what Boratto does and his music label D.O.C. was founded in 2013, distributed by Gui’s musical home Kompakt. He continues to work with many rising stars in his capacity as co-producer – L_CIO, Shadow Movement and Elekfantz to name just a handful of recent collaborators.

Gui’s genre-spanning music is particularly sought after by high fashion brands. Bulgari,  Bottega Veneta, and most famously Chanel, who used two tracks as a centrepiece for their stunning SS12 catwalk, have beaten a path to his door. His huge crossover hit ‘Beautiful Life – along with tracks like Acróstico – propelled Boratto’s music to a global audience and has lead to extensive use of his music in commercials for Absolut, MTV and Vice Magazine (Creators Project), as well the Spike Jonze film ‘I’m Here’ and numerous Brazilian films and documentaries, most notably a feature on supermodel Giselle Bündchen.

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Paulo Olarte

olarte-presspic-02-amomodataAfter La Muerte del Perro Negro, Paulo Olarte was the only one who could take his place, but he didn’t. He said El Perro Negro was irreplaceable. Then Paulo was lost for days, weeks and months. Everybody thought he was dead, but he was not dead, he was celebrating alongside El General, a ritual for leaving the past behind. They were going like muevelo muevelo, pum pum mami mami y no me trates de engañar. This period of absence for more than six months gave him the name of El Mata Culebras, a name given to him by a Chola Caderona in Panama City the day he rescued her from the bad intentions of a cobra that wanted to kill her. He became known as one of the most incredible snake charmers in the Caribbean and Pacific Coast taming cobras and other poisonous snakes, making them his disciples. Even Arabs, Hindus and especially Persians know him for his abilities in snake charming. Some people even thought he had a pact with the devil, but after a few years nobody was saying that anymore. Instead they were saying he was the devil himself, El Diablo! Today, he is known by many as El Dragon Criollo. The reason for this name remains to this day a big mystery, but many think it’s down to the tropical skills since he developed as a little boy.

Andrea Oliva

180725_Andrea_Oliva_041 1_V3_AR 1Andrea Oliva’s current status as an established international headline act is the result of an entirely organic journey. Having taught himself to DJ at the age of 13, Andrea then started working in a record store where he built his extensive collection of upfront promos and white labels from Europe and beyond and he soon secured bookings at some of Switzerland’s best clubs leading to residencies at Terminus and Pravda. With his status in his home country growing, Andrea teamed up with the owner of Nordstern in Basel, Agi Isaku, and the duo were soon throwing sold out ‘Banditz’ parties across Switzerland. His reputation took him across the continent and all the way to Ibiza, where in 2004 he was first invited to DJ at Space.

Andrea developed his production style under the likes of VIVa Music, Saved Records, Be As One and Cadenza, with two 2012 releases – the ‘Click Off’ EP on Cadenza and ‘Scene’ on Be As One – breaking into the Beatport top 10 downloads and leading to him becoming RA’s most charted artist in February and March the following year.

2013 continued to be an important year for Andrea, landing regular headline slots at ANTS in Ibiza – Ushuaia’s premiere underground party – something he maintains through to this day. Indeed, the ANTS brand has itself gone on to tour the world, and Andrea´s sets, which are synonymous with the ethos of the party, have rocked stages far and wide from Miami to Dubai, from Mexico to Argentina and from Croatia to the UK.

After an incredible few years of production whilst gigging everywhere from Panorama Bar to Coachella, his reputation as a credible artist continued to grow further. His Beatport chart-topping remix of Luciano’s ‘Rise Of Angels’ made serious waves both on the Ibiza circuit as well as on an international level, and he had noticeable releases on Moon Harbour, Defected and Suara. In 2015 Andrea decided to take on producing his debut LP, ‘4313’. Released via Objektivity, the album illustrated both Andrea’s willingness and ability to explore conceptual themes within his own carefully constructed house and techno framework. Centred around the promise of a ‘new age’ and produced with a mix of both live and software-based instrumentation, the album is a testament to Oliva’s continued desire to explore and experiment.

Meanwhile, his underground credentials were further bolstered with his debut EP on Desolat, ‘Get Down’. Displaying a skill for creating tougher-edged tech to full effect, tracks from the EP were regularly heard being played out by high profile DJs, with label boss Loco Dice hammering ‘Elephant’ in particular. This was followed by a killer release on Hot Since 82´s “Knee Deep” imprint entitled “Scream” – a track that became a summer anthem and was credited as one of Pete Tong´s Essential new tunes as well as one of his top 10 tunes of 2016. Shortly after Andrea unleashed the mighty ‘Vermona’ on Cuttin Headz, another Ibiza anthem with label heads the Martinez Brothers keeping it on constant rotation at DC-10 and virtually every DJ on the circuit hammering it far and wide.

By 2016, Andrea had cemented himself at the heart of Ibiza culture; he became one of seven all[1]night guests to regularly take over the Space Terrace for Elrow, made his Music On debut at Amnesia, all whilst maintaining his famed ANTS headliner commitments. His skill for crafting stand-out sets attracted the attention of Pete Tong, who helped Andrea to make his Essential Mix debut with a set recorded live from Ushuaia. After an incendiary back-to-back between the two DJs at the All Gone Pete Tong Miami Music Week pool party earlier in the year, Andrea was also a natural choice to mix the All Gone Pete Tong Ibiza 2016 compilation alongside the influential broadcaster. Two South America tours, two North America tours, playing a huge ADE show for DGTL X Paradise and a sold out all night long Christmas show at his beloved Nordstern also count as major highlights within Andrea´s 2016 calendar.

Throughout the past few years Andrea has continued with an ever strong release schedule, with EP’s released on Hot Creations, Desolat, Saved, Moon Harbour, Relief, Rejected, Kaluki, 7Wallace, Rawthentic and Circus. Not forgetting of course his massive remixes of Thick Dick’s “Welcome to The Jungle” (SONDOS), Groove Armada’s “House with Me” (Snatch) and Tiga’s “Woke” (Turbo) all of which were supported right across the industry and each of which also became huge club anthems. In addition, Andrea completed a solo headline “Andrea Oliva & Friends” residency at Ibiza’s newest superclub Hï Ibiza featuring a string of high-profile guests, as well as maintaining an eye watering touring schedule including standout festival sets at Tomorrowland, Medusa, Sonus, Sunwaves, Kappa Futur and DGTL to name but a few. Other recent highlights include debut Boiler Room, Mixmag Lab and DJ Mag sessions, another B2B set and live broadcast with Pete Tong as part of the Radio One in Ibiza weekend, and a return to the huge Zurich Street Parade where he performed on the main stage and which was attended by over a million people.

Needless to say, Andrea´s dedication to the underground scene has garnered him widespread support and his music is appreciated by a range of dance music luminaries. His incredible sustained work ethic and his love of the ever-evolving scene means there’s no sign of this upward trajectory slowing down any time soon.

Davina Moss

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Davina Moss continues to be one of the most exciting DJs and producers out there, with a career spanning 20 years playing from Brazil to Russia, Japan to Australia, Mexico to Israel with crowds often exceeding 60,000. Davina has spent the last 12 years working and living in the electronic music haven of Ibiza.

Davina’s talent in the studio has been well documented appearing on nearly every respected label in the industry – these include Hot Creations and Hottrax, Saved, Emerald City, ViVa Music, Do Not Sleep, Roush, Cr2, Abode Records, Lapsus, Armada, 303 Lovers and Pacha to name a few. Her productions have been remixed by major artists such as Cuartero, Pirupa, Matt Tolfrey, Joeski, Javi Bora, Lauren Lane and many others. Recent support from her music has been shown by Jamie Jones, Richy Ahmed, Detlef, wAFF, and Patrick Topping.

Davina is no stranger to the stage, from huge festival stages across South America, via the most revered booths in Ibiza including DC10 for Jamie Jones’ Paradise, Pacha, Hi Ibiza and The Zoo Project, to headline clubs and dance floors across the rest of the world. Her trademark rolling basslines topped with intricate percussion and vocals has firmly stamped Davina as a crowd favourite and she delivers each and every time.

Jay Shepheard

Jay ShepheardBerlin based Londoner releasing quality house and disco since 2007 on labels including Compost, Futureboogie, Freerange, Pets Recordings, Buzzin Fly and many others as well as running his own Retrofit label launched in 2010.

With a steady stream of house, disco and techno releases starting back in 2007 Jay Shepheard is now established as a well recognised staple of the genres. Since his early 12″s on Munich’s Compost Black Label, including the breakthrough track ‘Pipes N Sneakers’, Shepheard has gone on to release on a diverse range of labels including Diynamic, Pets Recordings, Freerange, Buzzin Fly, Paper, Rebirth and many more. These releases have earned him nominations for best Deep House and best Nu Disco artist in the Beatport awards as well as much praise from the press and DJ community.

As well as his studio work Jay is well known for his talent both behind the decks, with an ear for music lovingly honed during seven years working at UK online vinyl store Juno Records, and as a live artist, touring consistently these past eight years throughout Europe, Australia, US and Asia and playing at many of the worlds most respected venues including Fabric London, Panorama Bar Berlin, Arma 17 Moscow, and Secretsundaze Sonar Barcelona. This DJ reputation was also given a boost by his Resident Advisor podcast published in Jan 2012.

Having a strong discography already under his belt and keen to launch a new project Shepheard set up the Retrofit imprint in 2010. With an ear for the past and an eye on the future the label marries classic electronic music themes with modern dance floor concepts. Many releases feature himself alongside other artists including (the late great) Martin Dawson, Iron Curtis, Matthew Burton, Locked Groove, Art Of Tones, Mic Newman, Jaques Renualt and Session Victim. 2013 saw the release of the first Jay Shepheard album Home & Garden taking his signature sound out of the club and into the home listening experience.

In late 2014 Shepheard dropped his second long playing project Seeing Sound – a 2×12″ of club tracks as the 20th release for Retrofit. The project received critical acclaim with glowing reviews from respected publications such as Pitchfork, RA, Crack Magazine, DJ Mag – these words backed up by strong DJ feedback from a wide range of both undgeround and mainstream jocks including Axel Boman, Dense & Pika, Severino, Hot Since 82, Jackmaster and Catz N’ Dogz to name a few.

During 2015 Shepheard had exciting releases and remixes with labels such as NYCs Lets Play House, Bristol’s Futureboogie, Barcelona’s Galaktika and his own Retrofit – with label events at London’s Fabric and Berlin’s Watergate along with his usual touring schedule throughout Europe and the world.


-6459Carlos Regueira aka Solarc was previously working under the pseudonym Southmen and signed for highly regarded US label Yoshitoshi Recordings (owned by legendary duo Deep Dish) in 2005. After further releases on such labels as Azuli Records, 925 Digital, Farplane and Factomania, he released his first compilation “A Fine Balance” on Sony Music Latin America back in 2012. His talent and passion for House Music have led to frequent gigs in some of the biggest clubs and festivals in the world including Shindig(Newcastle), Avalon(Hollywood), Space(Ibiza), Catwalk(Barcelona), Warung(Brasil), Cameo(Miami), Crobar(NYC), Groovejet(Miami), Home(London), Pacha(Ibiza) Fabrik(Madrid), Sankeys(Manchester), Q(Zurich), Ministry Of Sound(London), Amnesia(Ibiza) and Club One(Buenos Aires) among others.

In 2015, he launched his latest project Solarc, an alter ego focused on quality house music, covering everything from deep house to techno. Solarc’s productions seek to innovate in new ways while his DJ performances delight audiences with groovy, rhythmic sets. His first release in collaboration with D-Formation, ‘In Your Mind, was released on Toolroom Records, reaching top#25 position in the Tech House Main Charts for several weeks.


SKAPES - TOFFLER, ROTTERDAM 2Skapes is a relatively new name on the UK underground house scene. You may also know him from his previous work as Twocker (with Low Steppa), Calvertron or his earlier work in the techno/house scene as Alex Calver (his real name) where he clocked up well over 100 vinyl releases.

Some of Alex’s career landmarks include releasing his music on Data (Ministry of Sound), Toolroom, 3Beat, Cr2, New State and remixing a diverse plethora of big league acts like Guru Josh, Korn, Skeptre, Sander Kleinenberg, Stanton Warriors and Enter Shikari to name a few. He has also enjoyed a very successful career as a DJ touring the globe several times over making regular appearances all over the States, Europe, South America, Asia and Australia (where he mixed a successful Ministry of Sound compilation album!).

His new pseudonym Skapes is already making waves with regular plays on BBC Radio 1, Rinse FM, 1Xtra and Kiss FM. His latest releases, on Low Steppa’s Simma Black/Red have gained support from heavy hitters like, Todd Terry, Carl Craig, Mark Knight, Oliver Heldens and Danny Howard has been caning his recent rework of Marshall Jefferson’s ‘Move Your Body’ on his Radio 1 show!

In late 2015 Skapes founded his own label ‘Eskape Musik’, it’s already on its 13th release and has a string of tracks and remixes lined up for 2016. Skapes was nominated no.2 by Traxsource in their ‘10 Artists to watch’ featured in ‘Magnetic Mag’ in March.

‘Eskape Musik’ has branched into a monthly 2-hour radio slot on Grant Nelson’s ‘D3EP radio network’. Tune in from 10pm to midnight every fourth Wednesday of the month to keep up to date with all things Skapes or catch him at a rave near you soon!


IMG_2895Audiojack are the Leeds grown UK duo who have built a solid reputation over the last decade as DJs, producers, remixers and label curators. Their original releases can be found on labels like Crosstown Rebels, 2020Vision and Hot Creations. Their remixes on labels including Moon Harbour, B-Pitch Control and Diynamic, whilst Underworld, Groove Armada and Hot Since 82 are amongst the artists to have enlisted Audiojack for remixes.

Starting out on Ralph Lawson’s 2020Vision recordings over a decade ago this is where they released their debut album ‘Radio’, and several bestselling EPs including ‘Get Serious’ and ‘No Equal Sides’. In 2016 they signed to Jamie Jones’ infamous Hot Creations label with the heavily played ‘Vibrate’ EP, and subsequently joined up with Damian Lazarus and his Crosstown Rebels crew, starting out with ‘Turya’ which brings the words of a guided meditation into a club setting, then ‘Implications’ – one of many of their collaborations with Kevin Knapp on vocals, followed by ‘Reverie’ featuring the voice of Osho which became one of the bestselling tracks of 2018, cementing their position as Crosstown Rebels bestselling artist in recent years.

Running their own dancefloor focused label Gruuv for over 8 years has provided an alternative home for their original music. EPs such as ‘Stay Glued’ and ‘These Days’, and their remake of Jaydee’s classic ‘Plastic Dreams’ were received to critical acclaim. The label has garnered a reputation for nurturing the best talent, new and old, counting Emanuel Satie, David Mayer, Marc Romboy, Stimming, Joyce Muniz, Whitesquare and Gorge amongst its releasing artists.

It was Audiojack’s passion for DJing though which drove their desire to produce music in the first place. With two decades behind the decks they craft their sets with energy and panache. Accolades include a nomination in DJ Mag’s Best of British awards and mixing the legendary Essential Mix on BBC Radio 1. Over the last twelve years they’ve toured in hundreds of cities in over sixty countries. Remaining true to their beliefs and staying relevant without being contrived is at the core of Audiojack’s success. The duo never rests on their laurels, reinventing themselves whenever necessary, although in an organic manner. In today’s fast-paced, ever growing electronic music world it’s not always easy to keep a cool head and maintain credibility and integrity. Audiojack stand proud as an example of how to do things the right way.

Brett Johnson

BRETT JOHNSONWith influences ranging from early house and disco to turntablism and techno, Brett Johnson successfully straddles the line between knowledgeable “thinking man’s” DJ and genuine, primal floor-filler. Brett’s sound is best known as groovy, bumping house with a hearty dose of techno elements, crafted and mixed in a way that is truly identifiable as his own. Whether DJing or creating music, his wild card is an ability to inject warmth and soul into his electronic sound. The result is an impressive discography filled with unique statements, otherworldly surprises, and undeniable club stompers.

Releasing his first record in 1999 on the now defunct, Aesoteric Records, Brett has released over 100 records and remixes for some of dance music’s best labels. The list includes Crosstown Rebels, Classic Music Company, 20/20 Vision, Get Physical, Visionquest, Magnetic, Freerange, Cynosure, F-Communications; the list goes on and on. Aside from a busy remix schedule, Brett is currently releasing his own music on the labels Visionquest, Classic Music Company, Get Physical and Cynosure Recordings.


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It all began in the summer of 2012 with ‘Wish’, a limited edition vinyl release in honour of legendary blues musician Muddy Waters. The wax soon found its way around the Brazilian electronic music scene and it wasn’t long before a fan had digitised the album and posted it online. Hundreds of thousands of listeners were drawn to the record and speculation about the mystery artist behind it was rife. Gui Boratto was most people’s guess but it was the Brazilian DJ (a future collaborator) that would eventually reveal the identity of the talented duo behind the album. Elekfantz had arrived.

Daniel Kuhnen and Leo Piovezani have known each other for more than two decades, initially playing together in a blues band as teenagers. While Leo continued his career as a professional musician and songwriter, playing with some of Brazil’s greatest artists in a career spanning 20 years, Daniel followed another artistic path. He was drawn to electronic music of South America and eventually became resident DJ at a local club. It wasn’t until years later that their musical paths crossed once again and an electronic duo was born.

‘Diggin ‘On You’ was released in 2013 on Gui Boratto’s label, DOC, and distributed by Germany’s Kompakt. It was the second best-selling song of its kind that year and spent more than three months in the Beatort top 100. A huge summer hit, it was remixed by Solomun and played on radio shows, charts and podcasts by such diverse artists as Chromeo, Pete Tong, Fedde Le Grand, Michael Mayer, John Digweed and HOSH, as well as licensed for dozens of compilations including Pacha Ibiza, Ministry of Sound, Defected, Global Underground, Es Vive Ibiza, Future Disco & Bargrooves among others.

After a year spent in a studio between Florianópolis and São Paulo, the duo released their debut album on double 12 “vinyl. ‘Dark Tales & Love Songs’ has the intimate melodies, organic feel and sensual harmonies that Elekfantz soon became famed for. Shortly after the release, they began a three-month tour of eleven countries and some of Europe’s biggest clubs and festivals.”They just sound different, handsome,” Gui Boratto commented, “real musicians.” The rest, as they say, is history.

The Brazilian duo have since feature on festival line-ups across the globe. They started 2014 playing the Brazilian editions of Lollapalooza and Creamfields before embarking for the European summer and debuting at Melt! Festival in Germany and Nowa Musyka in Poland among others. They finished the year playing in Tribaltech, XXXperience and Dream Valley and in early 2015 were one of the highlights of the first Brazilian edition of the Belgian festival Tomorrowland. North American shows quickly followed with slots in San Francisco, New York, Chicago, Washington, Toronto and Montreal.

Working closely with conductor Jeferson Della Rocca and the Camerata Florianópolis was a career highlight, with several Elekfantz tracks beautifully arranged and impeccably orchestrated for a series of concert at theatres all over Brazil.

In the 2014 edition of the Rio Music Conference RMC Prize Elekfantz brought home prizes in two categories: best track for ‘Diggin ‘On You’ and best live act.

Robert Owens

RO“My work is about being aware of all the different facets and feelings in life. Much of it is driven by pain, but that’s just an emotion too. I can’t stand there and be like a pop star because I need to be real – and a real person gives from their soul and won’t let anyone taint that.” (Robert Owens)

Robert Owens became one of the figures most associated with the late-’80s golden era of Chicago house. In 1985 Robert met pioneering Chicago producer Larry Heard, who invited him into his studio. Together they formed Fingers Inc with Ron Wilson and released a series of excellent singles such as ‘Mysteries Of Love’ or the instantly recognizable house standard ‘Can You Feel It’. Following the call of Frankie Knuckles, Robert went to New York in 1989 to record a track with the Def Mix posse – consisting of David Morales, Satoshi Tomiie and Frankie himself.

Robert Owens is very much the most celebrated voice in house music. ‘Tears’, ‘I’ll Be Your Friend’ and ‘Ordinary People’ are just some of the tunes that have gone on to become truly classic dance records.

From the gritty but sublime Trax of yesteryear to the forward-looking projects of today, Robert Owens is one of dance music’s true legends, a man who has his roots in the future and his feet planted firmly on the earth – and a man who has never been afraid of sharing himself with others.

Robert stayed true to his records spinning club roots. As an innovative and globally in-demand DJ he is still dazzling crowds across the UK, Europe, Japan and America with his special blend of the deepest house and electronica.

Truelove Music is honored to welcome the prestigious Robert Owens into the publishing family.

Larry Heard

Truelove Music is proud to announce that it now represents the entire Larry Heard catalogue worldwide, together with Larry’s exciting future output.

Larry Heard  is a Memphis, Tennessee-based musician widely known for the Chicago-based house music he produced during the mid-1980’s and continues to produce today. Heard grew up hearing jazz and Motown at home, and could play several instruments from a young age.

Larry Heard is often credited of The Originated of “deep” in house music. He is responsible for numerous classics and deserves due credit from music lovers all around the world.

He was leader of the influential group Fingers Inc. and has recorded solo under various names, most notably Mr. Fingers. He is regarded as a pioneer of deep house music, moving house music away from its “post-human tendencies back towards the lush” soulful sound of early disco music.

Larry Heard’s musical influence can be heard in the songs of countless artists. For those who appreciate warm and passionate compositions, Larry’s music is pure magic. He has been blessed with a unique gift that sends listeners into a blissful euphoric state.

John Truelove states “since my earliest days in the industry I have dreamed of working with this music that has personally inspired me so deeply. Mr Fingers defines house music, and with the resurgent global interest in ‘Deep House’, now is the time for him to get the wider recognition and reward that he so richly deserves”.

Lea Luna

lea-lIn an industry of one-trick ponies, Luna has it all: Looks that kill, a dedicated underground following, extensive skills with the tools of the trade, and, last but not least, timing.

In response to electronic dance music (EDM)’s recent presence under the mainstream spotlight, pop music artists incorporate the beats and progressions popularized by the former genre into their productions now more than ever. Such trends invariably backfire, however, when purist fans of the producers from which pop artists borrow their sound challenge their street cred in any kind of open forum. Luna’s career, on the other hand, resonates with the long-time supporters of the EDM community as she’s been creating music within the genre for much longer than she’s been a pop singer.

Electro/dubstep singles such as “Hearts Under Fire” and “Leaving for Mars” gained her recognition on the Beatport charts around the same time dance music started to hit the mainstream airwaves. This right-place-right-time back story – coupled with her stunning looks, sexy voice and girl-your-parents-warned-you-about mystique – affords her the opportunity to reach a wide audience that ranges from underground music fans to top 40 teenyboppers.

Still an avid DJ/producer, Luna commands an expert grasp of the skill sets required to create music across the entire spectrum of dance music; she’s just as comfortable throwing down a bass-heavy dubstep set as she is an uplifting house set. She has performed at legendary nightclubs like Hollywood’s Vanguard, NYC’s Limelight, Denver’s Beta and LA’s Avalon as well as festivals such as the esteemed Burning Man.

Luna’s most recent releases include collaborations with Sydney Blu, Manufactured Superstars, Revolvr, Quivver, Helicopter Showdown, Jontron, and Dragon. Make sure to check out her new music videos on youtube for her singles “Rock Show” and (coming soon) “Arrest the DJ.”

Nicole Moudaber

L1005302-2_COLOURIgnited by an internal combustion engine fueled by raw emotion, Nicole Moudaber is at the forefront of her own movement. The sought after DJ and Producer presides over an empire that includes MOOD; her highly influential record label and global party brand, as well as a hugely popular radio show, a back catalogue of incendiary techno releases and a range of philanthropic endeavors. Nicole’s unique appeal has won her a legion of like-minded fans all over the world; no bullshit, upfront honesty, integrity, vulnerability, anger, passion, love, kindness, loyalty and a unflinching determination to keep pushing forward make her a force to be reckoned with. An unstoppable soul who stands in a class of her own, Nicole Moudaber is one of the techno world’s most iconic contemporary artists…

Her history is well documented; raised in Nigeria of Lebanese descent, she moved to London after falling foul of Lebanon’s ultra-conservative policies. In London, Nicole began to build the foundations of a career that has touched the lives of hundreds of thousands of people all over the planet. Moving from promoting events, to DJing and production, she immersed herself in the club scene and soon began traveling the world. In the last few years Nicole has circumvented the globe countless times, spreading her contagious energy to dance floors far and wide; from Brazil to Sydney, Montreal to Dubai and everywhere in between. But at the heart of her success is the pain of loss; the death of her father in 2012 – a flashpoint that sent her spiralling, just as her career was on the rise.

Fueled by grief and anger, Nicole threw herself into her work and experienced an unparalleled level of achievement, producing some of her best music and playing some incredible DJ sets. As you will find with much of the world’s compelling music, there is often agony and torment at its roots; and, though she did her utmost to suppress those feelings, eventually Nicole crumbled. Since that moment she has been building herself back up, facing up to some deep rooted emotions and beginning to make peace with her past. It’s been a turbulent pathway to success but there is no progress without suffering.

No matter where she is – at home with friends, chilling with a loved one or on the decks – Nicole Moudaber is the same person: genuine, compassionate, feisty and as real as can be. Nicole’s unfiltered public image and sincerity has created a strong bond between the formidable selector and her fanbase. It’s an unspoken level of understanding centred around love, anguish, grief, joy and a myriad of other emotions that come through in Nicole’s performances. As an all out dance floor fiend herself, she is primed to cultivate unforgettable memories; thrilling, euphoric and powerful.

No matter where she is – at home with friends, chilling with a loved one or on the decks – Nicole Moudaber is the same person: genuine, compassionate, feisty and as real as can be. Nicole’s unfiltered public image and sincerity has created a strong bond between the formidable selector and her fanbase. It’s an unspoken level of understanding centred around love, anguish, grief, joy and a myriad of other emotions that come through in Nicole’s performances. As an all out dance floor fiend herself, she is primed to cultivate unforgettable memories; thrilling, euphoric and powerful.

That same level of devotion and intuition permeates through everything Nicole Moudaber does; her label Mood Records, her Mood brand of events; MoodRAW (warehouse parties), MoodZONE (festival stages) and MoodDAY (pool parties) catering for a broad demographic of party people, plus her radio show, In The MOOD, which is syndicated across the globe to 80 stations in 50 countries, with over 20 million weekly listeners worldwide. Nicole puts her heart and soul into all aspects of what has become her life’s work. Never one to stand still, she is constantly seeking to advance and evolve; to better herself and grow as an artist and a human being, which has produced an ever-growing list of achievements: Best Online Music Show in the 2016 Online Radio Awards, Best Minimal/Techno Track at the International Dance Music Awards in 2012 for her remix of ‘Chemistry’ by Carl Cox and Best Tech House/Techno Track at the 2016 IDMAs for her rework of ‘Give Me Luv’ by Alcatraz, features in a wide range of high-profile media outlets including CNN, The New York Times, Rolling Stone and more. She has been profiled by Red Bull on her passion for motorsports, unveiling her double-life as a Professional Race Car Driver – a high-octane hobby that encapsulates Nicole’s fearless nature and unerring passion for living life in the fast lane. She compares the concentration needed to stay on the race track, with the singular focus needed for DJing, the two passions feeding into one another.

The incessant fire in her belly has catapulted Nicole into the upper echelons of the electronic music world, where she occupies her own space as head of the Mood empire. The global reach of this brand has led to Nicole curating MoodZONE festival stages at the world’s biggest events: Electric Daisy Carnival (New York, Las Vegas & Orlando), California’s Escape, and BPM Festival (Mexico & Portugal) joined by friends such as Carl Cox, Sasha, Danny Tenaglia, Chris Liebing, Paco Osuna, Pan-Pot and Dubfire. Aside from her own events, Nicole’s relentless touring schedule never ends, delivering her dark, emotive and lascivious blend of techno to clubbing institutions worldwide including Paradise at DC-10 in Ibiza, London superclub fabric, New York’s Output, and a range of events hosted by the Ultra family, where Nicole is a regular face on the Resistance stage, headlining across multiple continents including North America, South America, Europe and Asia.

Above all else though, is Nicole’s fighting spirit and the desire to use her status to highlight injustice. Nicole’s belief in giving a voice to those in need emanates from her core. Her most recent campaign is focused on supporting victims of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). She launched the charity ELEVEN on International Day of the Girl Child in October 2018. The charity aims to raise funds for Magool, an organisation that provides support to victims and funds volunteers to help prevent the brutal and barbaric practice. Nicole works with the Lower East Side Girls Club in New York, where she has not only mentored young women, giving them the skills and confidence they need to become music producers in their own right, but also furnished them with equipment. She has also given her time to Solving Kids Cancer; an enterprise that has utilised its own research to work on cures for rare forms of cancer. On top of that, Nicole is also an ambassador for the Association For Electronic Music (AFEM), using her position to campaign for positive change in the electronic music industry.

Nicole Moudaber is a speaker of truth, a campaigner for social justice, a lover, warrior, woman – a human being with the darkness and light we all carry within us. Beyond the artist you see on stage, Nicole is instigating change; a leader whose legacy is centred on empowerment, education and social progress…

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David Gausa

We welcome one of Spain’s top producers and radio DJs David Gausa to the Truelove Music Roster. Independent composer and long standing collaborator of David Tort and Dennis White (aka Static Revenger); David has also had success with his ‘Areena’ project with Thomas Gold.

As host of one of Spain’s most listened to dance radio show’s on Loca FM, Sutil Sensations, David has been nominated for and won numerous Deejay and DeeJayMag awards in recognition for his long and varied career. His compositions have been licensed by Defected, Ministry Of Sound, Strictly Rhythm, Subliminal & Hed Kandi amongst others, and releases on his Sutil record label continue to occupy the playlists of the world’s top international DJs.

Dani Casarano

dani-cDani Casarano’s musical vision is impossible to classify. His uniquely individual sound with touches of pure emotive soul and sullen mystery characterise his cutting-edge approach to techno. Born in Switzerland and based in Santiago, Chile for over a decade, he is currently juggling between his home in Lausanne and his studio in Berlin.

During the years spent in Chile, he met his brother from another “motherland”, Felipe Valenzuela, and in 2009 they established Melisma Records. Thanks to this avant-garde label, Dani’s commitments to setting musical trends rather than following them was finally met. Creativity and large-scale visionary offorts helped Melisma to become the institution it is today, counting on artists like Ricardo Villalobos, Thomas Melchior, Fumiya Tanaka and Satoshi Tomiie among many others.

Throughout his life as a producer Dani spent endless hours blending his sophisticate techno with lush funky sounds and earthy Latin American undertones, creating a formidable number of tracks which have been released on prestigious labels such as Cadenza, Drumma, Melisma, Connoisseur Recordings, SAW etc.

His recent studio time has been a fruitful period which saw a dense number of remarkable productions alongside Luciano for “Bell’s & Tonic” on Cadenza, Alexkid, Argenis Brito, Felipe Valenzuela for “Count Three” on Drumma Records and “Ritual”, an EP made with one of his fellow Melisma talents, Jakco Mosqueira, on Tzinah Records.

As a result of this continuous development, Dani has performed in venues such as DC10 (Ibiza), Berlin’s underground Club der Visionary and Sankeys (Ibiza) besides being one of the most craved DJs for Next Wave parties all around Europe and holding a label night residency at Hoppetosse (Berlin) and La Ruche (Switzerland).


aphroA graphic designer and music maker born in Santander on the north coast of Spain, Aphro started his creative career as a graffiti artist in the late 80s before starting to make music with the dub band Better Collie. Their first release came in 1998 (‘Better Collie Rides The Way Chapter One’) with influences from the likes of Keith Hudson, Lee Perry, Scientist and Junior Murvin. After moving to Madrid in 1999 he stopped performing in bands but continued to collect records and play as a DJ. In 2005, he moved to Barcelona where he met fellow DJ Pablo Bolivar. They recorded a Burning Spear rework entitled ‘Dub by the River’ which showed clear influences of dub techno (Rhythm and Sound, Echospace) but with a psychedelic and soulful feeling.

In 2007 their debut EP ‘Babylon Fall Collection’ was released — a compendium of free-floating melodies in the style of Rhythm & Sound dub tech but with a strong Jamaican influence and soul-pop sensibility. The record was well-received, marking a bright beginning to the group’s career. Just a few months later the EP was expanded into an LP ‘Brotherhood’ and released by Phonobox in 2008.

The album impressed German label Desolat (founded by Martin Buttrich and Loco Dice) so much they released their next album ‘Inside’ in 2010, which showed a significant evolution in the duo’s style. The dub pulse continued to dominate, but the personality of each track expanded to create a diverse album which makes room for reggae (‘Empty Suitcase/Stepping Stones’), electronic pop (‘Distant Fire’, ‘Da Creator’), house (‘Montparnasse’) and downtempo (‘California State of Mind’, ‘STARS’, & ‘United States Of Pulshar’). The album was well received and appeared on several lists highlighting outstanding albums of the year.

The promotional tour for ‘Inside’ saw the pair playing larger venues, an experience that further influenced their sound. Keeping in mind spaces such as theatres and chill zones with more ambient sounds, they released ‘Europe Ist Eine Insel/Europe Is An Island’ in 2012, a beautiful five-act piece composed for a theatrical performance and released on Avantroots as a free download.

This was followed by the hypnotic 12″ ‘Different Drum’ (Desolat, 2013), where a more powerful and muscular dance sound was displayed alongside techno influences and a taste for percussion. The title track, ‘Different Drum’, like their song ‘Distant Fire’ from ‘Inside’, is reminiscent of electronic pop bands of the 80s.

Being self-professed creators of “soundtracks for mental states”, their releases are often indebted to cinema with traces of film often weaved into the pair’s musical direction. They continued to be prolific with a 2014 release ‘Blood & Mathematics’ (Desolat), which featured the song ‘Better than Tears’—an intimate production with prominent vocals.


Has it really been 16 years since Maas’ music burnt itself indelibly on our synapses with the all-conquering remix of Azzido Da Bass’ ‘Doom’s Night’? Indeed it has.  The Maas remix made him an international DJ celebrity and propelled the track into the pop charts in both Germany and the UK, leading to remix offers from Madonna, Depeche Mode, Fatboy Slim, Muse, Kelis and many more.

The first stamp in Timo’s DJ passport came in 1995, with his debut appearance at the Lakota club in Bristol. ““I sent my first record out with a mix tape to promoters and two came back and invited me to play, one of them was the Lakota,” he recalls. “I had a residency there for three years through Leon Alexander who later became my manager. I was playing regularly with people like System 7 and Carl Cox and in the back room it was drum and bass guys like Reprazent.”

One sure measure of Maas’ studio success has been the vast array of games, movies and TV shows that have looked to his music to provide sound beds and the appropriate atmosphere.

Yet it is still his club work that informs and drives much of the desire in the studio. “I come from DJing,” he asserts. “For me it’s the connection to the world outside. It’s where I can experiment, where I hear about things, it’s just so important to what I do. How can you have a feeling for clubs when you are not going to them?”

Indeed. In clubs, as in the studio, there’s only one way to describe Timo Maas: lifer.

Alex Tepper


Alex Tepper is quietly one of the most prolific producers in dance music. Happier in the background than on stage, Tepper has a career spanning 25 years in which he’s co-produced, co-written & mixed some of the biggest dance floor hits working alongside the likes of Nic Fanciulli, Nicole Moudaber, Steve Lawler, Boxia, Pleasurekraft, Mark Fanciulli, Secondcity and more.

Get into details with Tepper and you’ll find a wealth of credits. With Nic Fanculli alone he is co-responsible for records like Nic and Mark’s ‘Star’ on Seth Troxler’s Play It Say It imprint, Nic’s remixes of Calvin Harris ft. Dua Lipa and the Gorillaz ‘Ascension’ and co-writing and co-production credits on Fanculli’s debut album My Heart which featured guests Daman Albarn, Guy Gerber, Audion and more.

Dig deeper and you’ll find he’s credited on a handful of Steve Lawler releases including the tribal techno wall of sound ‘Kalimba’ released on the legendary R&S Records and ‘Femme Fatale’ on Josh Wink’s Ovum Records.

Other credits include co-producing and co-writing Nicole Moudaber’s sublime hit ‘Hair’ on Leena Records and ‘The Journey’ with Victor Calderone, her remix of the Alcatraz smash ‘Giv Me Luv’ and the majority of her album ‘Believe’ released on Drumcode. There are countless other credits but time is short.

Alex began his professional career working as an assistant engineer in the early 90s for an influential recording studio in Birmingham, working with rock and reggae bands including Black Sabbath and Steel Pulse amounts others.

Tepper soon found his true passion in house and techno and from here it was a short step to a string of solo releases under monikers such as X-Presidents (‘Diamond Rings’ being one record that became a UK Garage classic that was heavily supported and still gets love by the likes of Todd Edwards, DJ EZ and Zinc and others), Hammerjaxx, Rhythm & Vibe and Latino Circus all heavily influenced by the Chicago house and Detroit techno records he was constantly hearing.

“I’m still quite surprised at the diversity of that,” says Alex. “I had legends I’d loved my whole life such as Kevin Saunderson talking about my music. It gave me the confidence to go forwards and keep going.” From there he made Latino Circus’ ‘In Your Soul’ which was released on Deep Dish’s Yoshi Toshi and licensed Europe-wide.

Around this time Tepper met Phil Dockerty with whom he formed Futureshock. They signed to Junior Boy’s Own, started a joint label called Fuju (Future Junior) and then on to Parlophone Records where they released their debut album Phantom Theory. Along the way they remixed the biggest artists in the world at that time – Moby, Chemical Brothers, Underworld, Saint Etiene, Jamiroqui, New Order and Danny Tenaglia. They then toured the world supporting Underworld and also in their own right at UK festivals such as the legendary Glastonbury, recording exclusive sets for Radio 1 and other stations along the way.

House, of all types, has always been at the core for Tepper. “I remember going to the Sound Factory Bar in New York for Louie Vega’s Underground Network night and it happened to be Barbara Tucker’s birthday that night. D-Train were playing live (with Barbara ad-libbing), François Kevorkian was playing a party set of disco and hip hop in the basement and, of course, Louie in the main room. It was one of those magical New York nights.”

From Birmingham to New York, around the world and back to his current home, a lovely studio in Shoreditch surrounded by machines and a natural progression away from the stage to working with some of the world’s biggest DJs and in some cases playing a key part in their development as artists.

Tepper considers this sort of production work to be a modern take on the traditional role of a band producer, but with a DJ in place of band members and their instruments – a profound knowledge of what works in clubs, why and how. Sonics and sound are at the core of decades of experience.

“That’s where I draw my inspiration and knowledge of club music from…. I’m very lucky to have close working relationships with the calibre of DJs that I do, who know both what they want musically and what works well in its natural tribal habitat and luckily it’s easy to align with what they want from experience and time in the same space – the dance floor.”