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  • Havana Brown - Bullet Blowz (feat Kronic)

    Bullet Blowz (featuring Kronic)

    Listen & Download Havana Brown - Bullet Blowz (featuring Kronic). This song arrives two years after her debut album “Flashing Lights” (2013), and it was exclusively released on Beatport Pro on May 8th. The single will be available on iTunes on May 15th.
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  • Tensnake

    Marco Niemerski, known professionally as Tensnake (born 1975), is a German DJ and producer from Hamburg best known for his 2010 track "Coma Cat", which appeared on at least 15 compilations that year.

    "Coma Cat" reached #85 on the official UK Singles Chart and #17 on the dance chart in the UK. Read more »
  • Dirty South

    Dragan Roganovi? (born 1978), better known by his stage name Dirty South is a Grammy-nominated, Serbian-Australian DJ, remixer and record producer based in Melbourne.

    Born in Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia, now Serbia, Dirty South's producing career developed in tandem with his DJ'ing career. He got his start at the age of 13 after he relocated to Melbourne, Australia, where he currently resides. Influenced by everything around him, the artist started improvising with his old NEC Hi-Fi and mixing with the tape decks, and then started making bootlegs and mashups, which eventually led to getting a computer, software, and keyboard that resulted in his first official production in 2004 as Dirty South. He used his family computer to create remixes and mashups of other artists' tracks and distributed them worldwide, which caught the attention of Australian Vicious Vinyl records, who signed him in 2005.

    Since then, the Australian-based DJ has received numerous honors for his work, including: two ARIA nominations (Australian Music Industry’s top accolade) for "Best Dance Release" in 2005 and 2006, he was voted “Most Popular Producer Nationally” in the 2007 InTheMix 50 DJ Poll, he achieved the number one position in the Australian Club Charts with his remix of It's Too Late by Evermore in late 2006, and he was the first Australian artist since 1999 to win one of Pete Tong's Essential New Tune awards. He also ranked second in the annual InTheMix 50 DJ Poll in 2007 and he has been ranked in the DJ Mag Top 100 DJ poll every year since 2007.

    Dirty South teamed up with British DJ Paul Harris in 2007 and produced "Better Day," which earned Dirty South another essential radio play by Pete Tong. He also remixed a number of songs, including "Reach For Me," "Feels Like Home," and "Higher State of Consciousness" with fellow Melbournians TV Rock. In late July 2007, he joined together with MYNC Project to release "Everybody Freakin." Another one of his honors came when his single, "Let It Go," was released on Axwell's record label Axtone in 2007.

    Additionally, he has also been nominated for two Grammy Awards  he provided a remix for Kaskade's song "Sorry," which was nominated for a 2008 Grammy Award for Best Remixed Recording, and he was then nominated in 2011 in the same category for a remix he and Axwell did for The Temper Trap's "Sweet Disposition."

    Dirty South's track "Phazing," which featured vocals by Rudy, was one of the top sellers on Beatport when it was released in 2010. In 2011, he produced the track "Anything" for UK singer/rapper Example's #1 album Playing in the Shadows and in 2012, he produced the song "Say Nothing," the lead single from Example's fourth studio album, "The Evolution of Man." Dirty South has produced, collaborated, or remixed for artists such as Snoop Dogg, The Pussycat Dolls, Kaskade, U2, Diddy  Dirty Money, The Temper Trap, David Guetta, Sebastian Ingrosso and more than 50 artists in total.

    In August 2012, Dirty South released the single “City of Dreams” with Alesso featuring vocals from Ruben Haze. It was initially released exclusively on Beatport and it reached the #1 position on the Beatport Top 100 its first week of release. In support of “City of Dreams,” Dirty South announced his largest North American tour to date, the City of Dreams Tour. The 30+ stop tour takes him across North America from September through to December 2012 and includes stops at venues such as New York’s Roseland Ballroom and Los Angeles’ Palladium.
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  • Freemasons

    Freemasons are an English dance duo from Brighton, East Sussex, England. The act consists of the producers Russell Small (who is also one half of the house production duo Phats & Small) and James Wiltshire (who also works with Phats & Small under the alias 'Jimmy Gomez').

    Their name is taken from the Brighton pub, Freemasons Tavern, Hove, which they frequently visit. The duo also record and remix under the similar sounding "Freemaison" name, which is also the name of their record label that was founded in 2005. Freemasons have also produced tracks under the names of Alibi, Walken, Funk Fanatics and BN3 (which is part of their hometown of Hove's postal code).

    In 2005, the duo transformed Jackie Moore's 1979 #1 Billboard Hot Dance Club Play track "This Time Baby", and Tina Turner's 2000 hit "When the Heartache Is Over", into an international club hit as "Love On My Mind". A #11 hit in the UK, it was also released in the United States on their U.S. label home, the New York based Ultra Records.

    Freemasons were also the remixers on Faith Evans' 2005 #1 Hot Dance Club Play and #4 Hot Dance Airplay hit, "Mesmerized". The Freemason's follow-up, "Watchin'" was released in the United States in 2006 with Amanda Wilson as their lead vocalist for the track. "Watchin'" peaked at #1 on the Hot Dance Club Play and within the Top 20 of the Hot Dance Airplay chart. The third original single from the Freemasons, "Rain Down Love" reached the Top 20 of the Hot Dance Airplay chart. Their fourth single (released digitally), "Nothing But a Heartache" featuring vocals from Sylvia Mason-James was released in June 2007. The Freemasons also remixed Beyoncé Knowles' original song, "Déjà Vu" in 2006 (for which they were nominated for a Grammy Award). The Freemasons followed this up with further remixes of "Ring the Alarm", "Beautiful Liar" (duet with Shakira), and "Green Light". They also co-produced "The One" on Kylie Minogue's album X with Richard Stannard and remixed the song for single release in May 2008.

    On 29 October 2007, the Freemasons released Unmixed, an album containing unmixed versions of most of their mixes to date. As a bonus, there is a data track containing samples and a cappella versions of "Unmixed". In 2007, The Freemasons worked with Kelly Rowland, to produce the remix of her single "Work", for the non-American markets. In 2007 they were rumored to be producing an album for Donna Summer, but the project fell through due to scheduling commitments.

    The follow-up to their own "Uninvited", "When You Touch Me", was released in the UK on 30 June 2008. The song featured Katherine Ellis. The video premiered in May 2008. The song entered the UK Singles Chart in June 2008 and reached its peak of #23 on 6 July.

    Beyoncé's sister, Solange Knowles used the duo's production skills to create her single "I Decided" for its release in 2008.

    Freemasons released the song "Heartbreak (Make Me A Dancer)", featuring Sophie Ellis-Bextor, on 15 June 2009 in the United Kingdom. The single peaked at #13 in the UK, making it their fifth Top 20 hit on the UK Singles Chart, and was a smash hit on the club charts. It had success in the European charts. X Factor 2008 winner Alexandra Burke confirmed on her official website that the Freemasons had produced tracks for her debut album.

    The duo released a remix EP (Summer of Pride Mix) digitally on 15 August 2010 and peaked at 23 on the UK Dance Singles Chart. The single (including an edited version) was released in the UK on 5 December 2010. "Believer" features R&B singer Wynter Gordon.

    In April (2012) Russell discussed with fans after a gig in Bournemouth about talk of signing a new contract on Ministry of Sound's label, to release an album early 2013. He is quoted as saying "Its still early days, however they have said that they will want lots of collaborations. Its something to look forward to."
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