Get to Know Me
I was born early sixties and the latest days of March, after two unssuccesful abortions finally I survived and open my eyes now if I had a choice I wouldn't comeout from where I was but too late for regrets. My childhood I don't want to remeber as it was full of bad moments bad weeks months years. Summarise the early years i nearly had for dinner my little friend at te time the rabbit.
I did my best to follow my religion but God never liked me so i gave up and when I was 14 y. o I found my opportunity to leave from the family house and start my life but i didn't know how hard life was and is. The following years and as a teenager I was jumping from one job to another , i was lucy cause travel most of the planet earth and working on a cargo ship at the age of 16 y.o open my eyes and my mind to most things.
I was growig old at the very young age and I kind of liked it and not , I miss teenage years falling in love like my friends did , God had other plans for me I guess.Most times I was lonely and the idea of falling in love with someone was very dear to me i was looking in wrong places meeting wrong peple the only thing it was faithful to me it was the music. When I was sad I was singing and happy I was singing and dancing. Day or night music was in my pocket nomater what
I lost my first partner to AIDS back late 80's these were the dark years when the virus came out of the blue and killed thousands , soe very good friends I lost as well so I had to escape and go somewhere where I didn't know anyone and start fresh. London was my choice and today after 25 years in London I can say it is my home. Music was still with me and I start exploring my dream deeper and soon I start to produce my own music, the followers on soundcloud were thousands in couple of months and I knew I was on the rigt track
Today you can buy my music on iTunes or simply listen to on Apple music and Spotify my dream is coming reality and enjoy every moment nothing can stop me now , all those years I was dreaming how am I goingto react when I see my music on the stores how am I going to feel and I am feeling it now when they say follow your dreams and never give up tehy do mean it.
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My favourite DJ's and producers are as folows i admire them and they inspire me all the way rom the start till today. Not only they create good music and mixing but they love music they live with music. From when they started as small dj's to mega stars they are now their attitude to music has not change a bit I love them
Mladen Solomun (born December 27, 1975), better known under his stage name Solomun, is a Bosnian-German DJ and business techno producer. He is a three-time DJ Awards winner for Best Producer and Best Deep House DJ.
His Ibiza success story began in 2013, when he inaugurated his infamous “Solomun+1”-residency at Pacha, which instantly became the island’s go-to event on Sunday nights. 2015 saw the commencement of his second residency concept: “Solomun+live” is an outdoor daytime event with nothing but live-acts as his special guests.
Solomun loves working in the studio, but his passion for DJing and performing is obvious to anyone who has seen him play anywhere around the world. His infamous Boiler Room set from early 2015 is the fastest growing Boiler Room video of all time, with around 18 million views – and counting. He is not afraid of taking the audience on a journey.
About his style, where vigour, deepness and emotion go hand in hand in a very musical way, Solomun once said: “People have emotions. So why not on a dancefloor?” Running two successful labels, (Diynamic, 2DIY4) and Ibiza residencies (Solomun+1 at Pacha, Solomun+LIVE at Ushuaia) or the Diynamic Radio show, which is broadcasted in about 30 countries - it is all connected with Solomun’s passion for music.
He does so much in the same way he manages the variety of influences on his music: with a soft touch, a little dance move and real honest commitment to “Doing It Yourself”.
Carl Cox (born 29 July 1962) is a British house and techno record producer and DJ. In the 1980s, Cox became a mainstage DJ in the electronica industry. He has performed at numerous clubs and events worldwide and has served as a monthly DJ for BBC Radio 1's Essential Mix.
It was at the age of 15 that Carl bought a set of turntables and began working as a mobile DJ. Disco was the first music that captivated him but by the early 80s Cox had moved on to playing the same music as other young London DJs – rare groove, New York hip-hop and electro. He was perfectly placed to hear Chicago house music in its earliest forms, and when the epic
'Acid Trax' by Phuture (a.k.a. DJ Pierre) came out in early '87. “It was then that I thought, 'This is it,’ says Carl. “I would do my parties, and I'd play old rare groove and hip hop and soul and I would say 'Right you've got to hear this Phuture track’ and people would just stop and listen.”
As a founder of the sound, Carl rode the exploding British rave scene. He played the opening night of Danny Rampling's legendary Shoom, co-promoted The Project with Paul Oakenfold, held a residency at the Zap Club in Brighton and at the Sunrise rave in 1988, hooked up a third turntable for his dawn-breaking set, got 15,000 people back on their feet, and established a personal rep for three-deck wizardry.
The next step was to make music, and Carl's 1991 debut single for Paul Oakenfold's Perfecto label, 'I Want You,' gave him a top 30 hit and a Top of the Pops appearance. Two more singles also made the charts. But Carl was a reluctant pop star and as the masses moved onto fluffy house and trance, and the hardcore created jungle,
Cox retreated into the club world that had nurtured him, and instead embraced the underground sounds of techno. "Techno drives home somewhere," he says of his core music. "It takes you to an element of surprise, not knowing where you're going. It's scary but wonderful at the same time."
Things can go funny sometimes for all the DJ's. Don't forget you are live and a little mistake can escalate to a disaster so do not take it too seriously we are not perfect .
“When I launched ‘Forget The World’ with a huge performance and party with Revolt on Hollywood & Highland was super cool. Growing up I always imagined what Hollywood Blvd would be like and it was a dream come true to get to celebrate my debut album partying on it.”
“For me some of my most memorable moments were also my very first moments. An experience I will never forget was getting to hear myself on the radio for the first time with ‘Take Over Control.’ I literally couldn’t stop screaming!”
“I love fashion. When I had the opportunity to partner with G Star and create clothes I would actually wear, I thought that was so cool. I love getting to try new things and take risks with my style and they get that and it’s an awesome relationship.”
“When I first started DJing I was excited for the opportunity to travel the world and experience once in a life time things. Having the chance to play the Great Wall Music Festival in China had to have been one of the craziest experiences! My fans in China were amazing and the energy was on another level. I loved it!”
When I was in the studio working on ‘Catch Tomorrow’, I thought the dopest thing would be to have Sting do the vocals for the track. I thought this would be totally impossible but after playing the track for my friend Martin Kierszenbaum, Martin believed in the track enough and was willing to call up Sting and try to make it work. I didn’t believe it until we all ended up in the studio in New York together with Sting and recorded the track.”
“Another big moment for me was the first gig I ever played. It was for like less than 50 people but I tell you the energy and feeling I had on the stage was something that I will never forget. I was so nervous but at the same excited because I knew then that this was what I wanted to do.”
Getting to have my mom there with me when I played on Good Morning America was a really special thing. My mom has always been my number one supporterand fan and without her really none of this would have ever been possible.”
Storming onto the scene in 2013 with what are now considered some of the most iconic Boiler Rooms of all time, Georgey Fitz has become well respected for his forward thinking, melancholic albums and the ability to straight up deliver DJ sets filled with everything from raw lo fi house to driving techno. There's never a dull moment when it comes to GF and that's why we bloody love him.
Perhaps somewhat of a dark horse within this MLT lineup but there is no one harder working than Russias Serge Devant. His worldwide traction coming from a constant slew of chuggy bangers on labels like Crosstown Rebels plus regular appearances beneath the revered Circoloco banner. Bring on the sunset shape cutting when Serge throws down in the courtyard.
Irish born, Berlin based DJ, Sally C aka Big Saldo's career has just started to blossom with vigorous intent. Now proudly able to stack both a Boiler Room and Feel My Bicep mixtape under her belt plus a regular plethora of super cool gigs around Europe, her future as a renowned selector is looking pretty damn bright. Boasting a record collection that delves deep into late 80’s hip house / ghetto / acid / early 90’s house, she has a developed a knack for selecting timeless, slept on classics that deserve the shine her sets bring. We are READY.
A Brazilian ex-pat who we were thrilled about making his new home Sydney, Hoten has been on an absolute forward charge in his career over the last twelve months. His time slaving away in the studio has well and truly paid off with the likes of Hot Since 82 giving Hoten's tracks a rinse and signing an EP on his imprint Knee Deep In Sound. He's also built up a fiercely loyal local following and become well know for sets filled with groove and high energy. For us, he's certainly someone who has earned his spot on this lineup.