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Bombs Away

Bombs Away are one of the hardest working acts in the club industry at the moment, with tracks hitting the charts & staying there! Remixing & f#cking with names like Ceelo Green, Akon, Dirty Loud, Katy perry, Mike Posner, Mind Electric & Touring till they know the inflight saftey manual like the next days hangover! They're rocking Festival lineups & sold out shows all summer, no doubt smashing your next fkn party!

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Albin Myers

Being brought up in a family with music as the first and foremost love, it’s easy to understand the will and driving force behind Albin Myers’ music. In a short period of time since teaming up with Sweden’s Giant label Joia Records, Albin has been given the great possibility of remixing some of the biggest artist and project in today’s Dance Music scene. In a career now spanning a little over 12 months is Albin considered one of Joia & Nero’s leading production & remixing talent.

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Sharkslayer

Sharkslayer is the side project for Sir Nenis & DJ Pushups of the Top Billin establishment. Dedicated for the more tech-and-house sounds of club music, their productions will slay dancefloors anywhere. As being high on dubstep, ghettohouse and tech-house, not to mention the love for soul, boogie & dancehall, they create a unique blend of club music that's the sound of now. They're already picked up for remix duties for such labels as Mad Decent, Trouble & Bass and Plant Music, causing a stir at blogs and getting club play from such top DJ's as Diplo...

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Vandalism

Vandalism is an Australian electro house music group. It comprises DJs/producers Andy Van (previous member of Madison Ave), and Cassie Van (Singer, Songwriter). In February 2006 Vandalism released a cover single "Never Say Never" (originally sung by Romeo Void), backed by a considerable amount of airplay by Nova and a video clip shown on Rage. The group have been profilic remixers in the last few years, reworking songs for varied artists such as Skepta, Brad Hed and Yves Larock.

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DJs From Mars

DJs From Mars are two deejays (Aqualuce and Ventafunk) landed for random causes, in the same time, in the same place, in BlissCo. Studios, on planet Earth. Their first sonic experiment is generated in 2004, and goes by the name of “Non dormo più” (Movimental), Earth reaction is nice (the single appears in 5 compilations and goes straight to the highest charts positions). Right after, “Open Sesame” and “Kipo Mambo” (Movimental, 2005) are released, and the alien DJs are playlisted outside of Italy too.

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