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Dennis Ferrer

As one-half of Sfere Recordings along with house legend Kerri Chandler, Dennis Ferrer’s name has rapidly built momentum over the past five years amongst house music aficionados. Ferrer's soulful and afro-house influenced productions have appeared on leading house music labels stateside and in Europe. With a discography of original productions that extend from respected labels such as Sfere, Ibadan, Large, and King Street to Basic Recordings, Madhouse and Chillifunk, Ferrer is poised at the very top of the game.

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Mathias Mesteno

Correct spelling: Mathias Mesteño (also known as Matt Vega) Since starting his career as a scratch dj at the age of 13, Mesteño has moved across the board, showcasing his skills and his passion for deep and driving, heavy house beats. Since the initial love affair with the sound of Chicago, Berlin and New York, Mathias has been trying to seek out the epitome of jackin' music, both as a music fan, producer and a DJ.

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Robert Owens

Robert Owens (born 1961) http://www.myspace.com/robertjowens is an House/Soul artist best known for his work with the Chicago House group Fingers, Inc.
Robert Owens became one of the figures most associated with the late-'80s golden era of Chicago house. Born in Ohio in 1961, he grew up singing in the church, but was working as a DJ when he met pioneering Chicago producer Larry Heard in 1985. The pair formed Fingers Inc.

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Gusto

1. Gusto's real name is Edward Greene. Also goes by Ed "Gusto" Greene.
One hit wonder in 1995 with Disco's Revenge released on Bumble Beats Records.
Disco's Revenge is based on a sample from Harvey Mason song Groovin' You. 2. Gusto is also a ska/reaggeband from Sweden. 3. Gusto is a indie rock band formed in Sacramento, California in the early 2000's. 4. Gusto a.k.a Gust Vandenberghe is a belgian producer and filmmaker. He is a member of La Mescla a long with Islasoul, Tagarel and Tape Wreck. www.myspace.com/thefonkyfactory

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Pete Dafeet

Then 15, Pete Dafeet started DJing in the late 90s after messing around with Daft Punk and Jurassic 5 records on his cousin's decks. A rhythm freak since early age, he became fixated with house music and saved the money from his part time job to buy a wonky set of belt drive decks and a crackly mixer. Slowly but surely he started to learn the trade, and his tastes became focused on deep, underground house.

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SecondCity

Timeless with an underground edge. SecondCity have taken the DJ world by storm with their mysterious presence on the likes of Radio 1 with their first tune "Feel" premiering on Annie Macs show in December 2012. Splitting their time between two locations. SecondCity are creating sounds with clear inspiration from the 90's house world , quickly gaining support from Disclosure, Huxley and Eats Everything to name a few.

Read more about SecondCity on Last.fm.

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amirali

There is a rumbling and a growing excitement in dance music’s underground surrounding an act that is primed and ready to explode onto the scene. Little is known about Amirali but one thing is for sure: he will soon have the world at his feet and the universe in his pocket. It is rare that an artist is signed to one of the most established labels out there without a single commercial release but Amirali is bound for stardom and after Crosstown Rebels head honcho Damian Lazarus heard his material, he decided to sign him up straight away to develop an artist album for Crosstown Rebels.

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