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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Falaska Contest – Once Again (Nari & Milani Remix)


Πολύ καλό remix από Nari e Milani. Πραγματικά αξίζει να επισκεφτείτε το website
http://www.nariemilani.com/

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Robert Owens – Deep Down (Chocolate Puma Main Mix)


Though electronica has typically been a producer’s medium (and the few vocalists who succeed are usually women), Robert Owens became one of the people associated with the late-’80s golden era of Chicago house. Born in Ohio in 1961, Robert Owens grew up singing in church, but years later, he was working as a DJ in 1985, when he met Chicago producer Larry Heard. The pair formed Fingers Inc., along with Ron Wilson, and they released a few singles (“You’re Mine”/”It’s Over”) plus the 1988 full-length “Another Side”. The group disbanded quickly, as Heard’s burgeoning solo-production career (as Mr. Fingers) took priority.

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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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Itamar Sagi – Coffee Beans (Steve Lawler Remix)


Hills from the hot spot of Tel Aviv with his roots based in underground Techno grooves, Itamar spotted as one of the new breeds of the latest techno wave. Already well respected , making his name bigger from day to day, with his unique and floor filler productions, who catched the intention of legends as Laurent Garnier, Josh Wink, Carl Craig , Francois K and many others. It wasn’t long till Itamar got his recognition at the worldwide market, Inc reviews and interviews in the most popular dance magazines and radio stations all over the world. This 27 years old talented guy already got in his resume, a 7 years of residency in one of the worlds well respected clubs , the legendary ” Haoman 17 ” in Israel , which selected as one of the best 10 clubs worldwide by the uk based Dj Mag. Itamar joined the “Be As One” crew and become integral part from the label and agency, with an increasing booking rate and releases on such an hot spot labels, there is no wonder about the hype around Itamar’s name this days, he is here to stay.

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D-Malice featuring Rebecca Knight – Poison (John Dahlbäck Remix)


D-Malice is an up and coming producer with a UK Funky background. He has already been brought into the Defected fold with his debut rework of DJ Technic’s ‘Gabryelle’ and now comes back in full effect with his quality house production Poison’. The track features the vocals of Rebecca Knight, the newly discovered 20 year old vocalist with lyrical wisdom way above her age. This track combines classy lyrics with a deep bumpy groove and exudes quality.

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