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One of the techno world’s undisputed megastars of the last few years, Dubfire’s enormous global success has put him on par with likes of Hawtin, Villalobos and Vath, regularly headlining the very biggest festivals and clubs globally.
In 2006 - after 15 ground-breaking years topping charts, winning Grammys, and earning acclaim as one-half of legendary electronic partnership Deep Dish - Dubfire returned to his roots: a diverse foundation spanning punk, industrial/new wave, jazz, dub, hip-hop, house and techno.
An avalanche of accolades made tracks like "Roadkill" and "RibCage" instant techno classics upon release. Covers on Raveline, DJ Magazine and countless other respected music journals; an invitation to mix the covermount CD for Mixmag and DJ; an Essential Mix for the UK's Radio One; and glowing write-ups from Beatportal and Resident Advisor are just a small taste of the universal acclaim and rave reception. A barrage of remixes and productions on respected labels—including Cocoon, Get Physical, Minus, and Rekids—inspired the electronic dance music world, earning Dubfire praise from both DJs and producers as "the DJ’s DJ" as well as top to bottom praise from a myriad of online and offline music critics and fans.
As his productions and remixes garnered massive popularity - 8 are listed on Beatport’s "Best of DJ Charts, 2009" - Dubfire's goodwill among critics and fans steamrolled into 2010 unabated. "Split the Line" remains one of Beatport's top sellers. "Ten Years Cocoon Ibiza," a two-disc compilation [co-mixed with Loco Dice] met with further rapturous reception, further whetting fans' fervent appetites for the appropriately titled "Rabid," which was released in September.
Amongst his contemporaries, Dubfire remains a unique DJ, producer, and remixer - eager to hone and further evolve his signature sound. With an unmatched hunger to conquer the latest frontiers in electronic dance music and its rapidly changing technology, Dubfire delivers the unexpected and has no intention of slowing down.
SHANE WATCHA (Zombie Soundsystem, Circoloco)
Among the current trend of DJ’s/Producers coming out of London, Shane is a rare Breed. He has crafted a sound that is uniquely him and distinguishes him from the rest of the pack. It’s all delivered in a supremely tight mix that flows with emotion and slamming underground productions. Shane’s sets in London and abroad, along with his infamous after hours creation 'Zombies Ate My Brain' have earned him his place as one of the UK's top underground talents.
“There is something cool & cultish about Shane’s ability to switch from mild mannered human into rabid techno, minimal house fiend!” DJ Mag
ALEX DOWNEY (Split, Balance)
Alex Downey has been supporting the UK electronic underground movement as a DJ, record-shop manager and now radio presenter for nearly 15 years. As the main driving force behind the counter at Brighton's highly respected and much-missed [covert] record store & website, he was instrumental in bringing quality Techno & House to the city & beyond, developing along the way a boundless knowledge, vast record collection and infectious passion for the music that's unmatched by most. Arguably the city's most prominent purveyor of all things Techno where he is a regular fixture at many of the premier high profile events, Alex’s energetic style and enthusiasm for all things deep & electronic are sure to bring some magic to the party and are matched only by his precision engineered DJ skills.
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