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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Knee Deep Feat. Feat. Cathy Battistessa – All About Love (Knee Deep Vocal Mix)


Cathy Battistessa is an established singer, songwriter & performer with tracks featured on numerous artist albums sold world-wide. Mostly known in the genres of Dance and Chillout music, her songs feature heavily on such Cult Artist Compilations such as Cafe Del Mar, Buddha Bar, Hed Kandi, Ministry Of Sound, Hotel Coste and Defected compilations.

Cathy Battistessa is now recognised internationally as ‘The Voice of Café Del Mar’, writing and performing legendary chill-out songs such as ‘More Than Ever People’, ‘Oh Home’, ‘Shine, ‘Speck of Gold’ and ‘Riva’.

Many of her classic chill-out and dance floor hits are featured on such artist and compilation albums as Defected, Ministry of Sound, The Afterlife Lounge, Café Mambo, Café Ibiza, Hed Kandi and Buddha Lounge. In 2000 Cathy co-wrote the UK top ten hit ‘A Little Bit Of Luck’ with DJ Luck & MC Neat. Cathy has collaborated and composed with numerous innovative producers, writers and artists across the globe including Valgier Siggurson (Bjork), Rob da Bank & Chris CoCo (BBC Radio), Stephane Pompougnac (Hotel Costes), Jose Padilla, Paco Fernandez, Knee Deep and Slow Pulse from Ibiza. She has also enjoyed continued success co-writing with Steve Miller from Afterlife on tracks such as ‘Shine’, ‘Go Easy’, ‘Let it Go’ and the title track of the Afterlife Lounge Album, ‘Speck Of Gold’.

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Avicii & Sebastien Drums – My Feelings For You


Avicii (born Tim Bergling, 8 September 1989) is a Swedish DJ, re-mixer and record producer from Stockholm, Sweden.

He is one of the many artists who have come through the ranks of Dutch DJ Laidback Luke’s online forum, which also produced the likes of Bart B More and Afrojack. Through his guidance he has become one of dance music’s most respected up and coming DJs, even mixing the second CD of Laidback Luke’s ‘Super You & Me’ compilation.

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