Haji & Emanuel – Take Me Away (Haji & Emanuel Vox)


Seamus Haji (born 3rd of April 1974) is a British record producer, who had a number one on the UK Dance Chart, with a cover of Indeep’s, “Last Night a DJ Saved My Life”. He originally released this as a single in 2004. The single originally reached #69 on the UK Singles Chart, and #13 on re-issue in March 2007 and #1 on the UK Dance Chart.

He is of Irish, Indian and Iranian descent. He has remixed many tracks by other artists, some of which have been promoted as the main version of the track in question. “Boogie 2nite” by Booty Luv, which reached number 2 on the UK chart, being one such track.

He often produces in partnership with Paul Emanuel, and together they had a UK Top 75 hit in 2005, with their cover of True Faith and Bridgette Grace with Final Cut’s, “Take Me Away”.

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Paul Harris & Cevin Fisher – Deliver me (Seamus Haji Remix)


The word ‘crossover’ could have been invented for DJ/producer/remixer Paul Harris. The Grammy-winning artist (with global dancestars Dirty Vegas) is as at home DJing and producing for underground clubs as he is playing at fashion shows for the likes of Julien Mcdonald and Hugo Boss. And while tracks like Baditude (with Dave Spoon and Sam Obernik) regularly land plaudits such as Essential New Tune on Pete Tong’s show, Harris is also the go-to guy for mainstream artists from Kylie (songwriting and production) to Justin Timberlake and Madonna (remix duties – Dirty Vegas’ mix of Die Another Die was used in the Bond film).

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DJ Chus, Gonzalez & Gonzalo – One Night In Havana


During all these years Chus has left an important musical legacy where we can delight our hears with his djing talent in
numerous Cd mixes. In 2001 he recorded for Beat-Freak his first solo mixing compilation, ´DJ CHUS presents IBERICAN SOUND!´. In that compilation he managed to define what we know today as Iberican Sound. The end of 2002 saw the launching together with Pablo Ceballos of the firs Stereo´s Cd mix; ´One Year of IBERICAN SOUND´, a compilation of all label´s tracks during its first year of life and the first release of a series of three compilations, which were released in 2003 and 2004 with the name of ´This is Iberican Sound´.

In summer 2003 he released with Defected a double CD compilation called ´Amplified, The best of the Stereo Production´. In 2004 and making the most of the use of the CD by professional Dj´s he launched a new series of compilations called ´Stereo productions presents Unmixed Series´. The most important release of this series was ´Balearica´ (3 volumes), which received the best Compilation award in 2003 DeejayMag´s awards. ´Madrid Underground´ (2 volumes) was another part of this series with the best selection of iberican tracks and artists from Spain´s capital city.

Through his career he has won a lot of awards like Best House DJ and Best DJ of the Year in Deejaymag´s awards. Nowadays he is one of the 100 Best Worldwide Dj´s according to some international press media. House music and his electronic music particular vision through his trademark Iberican Sound are Chus´ sign of identity. You can hear his great style and quality in one of his countless sessions worldwide. A clear latin influence, a heavy and dense afro-tribal feeling, a great rhythm component, the seriousness of the sounds he uses and his great professional technique make his sets full of energy and good taste. He is a charismatic and authentic artists, he has that gift, the feeling and the groove….100% Pure House, 100% Iberican Sound!

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Danny Howells – Too Far Gone (Alex Dimitri Remix)


Danny Howells (born on 24 November 1970) is an English producer and DJ. His music is often described as progressive house, though he prefers to associate more with tech house and is sometimes described simply as “progressive”. At performances, he is well known to interact personally with the audience. Howells has mixed several albums for Global Underground in addition to his Nocturnal Frequencies series. Howells is also a member of the duo Science Department with Dick Trevor, which has produced the singles “Breathe” and “Persuasion”/”Repercussion” as well as remixes for artists such as BT.

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Hardsoul – Live at Rockit Festival (2008)


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DJ Roog & Greg van Bueren a.k.a. Hardsoul, play a LIVE set @ Rockit open air festival. Dorothy Sherman, Mitch Crown (vocals) and Glenn Helder (drums) are the featuring artists.

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The Freakx Brothers – Burn My Ghettoblaster (Chris Lake Miami Mix)


Chris Lake is an English House music DJ/producer, living in West London. Lake first became recognized for his bootleg remixes of The Prodigy’s “Climbatize”, Leftfield’s “Phat Planet”, and Eurythmics “Sweet Dreams”. which he did under the alias “Cristophe D’Abuc”. His 2006 track with vocals from Laura V, “Changes”, reached the UK Singles Chart, peaking at #27. “Changes” was first released in 2005 on Alternative Route Recordings and was licensed to Universal Music for a full worldwide release in Summer 2006. It reached #10 on Billboard’s Hot Dance Airplay chart. His 2007 single, “Carry Me Away” (featuring Emma Hewitt), topped the Billboard Hot Dance Airplay Chart. He scored his third consecutive top ten hit on the US dance chart with “Only One”. “If You Knew” featuring Nastala, became his fourth consecutive top ten single on the US dance chart. A debut album is planned for release in 2009.

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Rhythm Masters & MYNC feat Wynter Gordon – I Feel Love


Rhythm Masters was a house music duo composed of deejays Robert Chetcuti and Steve Mac, a.k.a. Steve McGuinness. They began mixing together around 1993 after meeting in Malta, doing remixes for, among others, Todd Terry, Michael Jackson, INXS, Junior Vasquez, David Morales, and Roger Sanchez. In 2001 they released a full-length album entitled Disconnect Your Head on Tommy Boy Records’s Silver Label, and scored two club hits in the US: “Ghetto”, featuring Jo Watson (#10 Dance/Club Play) and “The Underground” (#6 Dance/Club Play). The duo released tracks together into the mid-2000s, splitting to work as solo artists.

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