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Артист: D.O.N.S. Название: In The Mix [125/126] Жанр: House Год выхода: 2011 О музыке:
D.O.N.S. : German born DJ/Producer D.O.N.S. has established himself as one of the most innovative, unique, and exciting figures in modern
dance music. From his solo productions to his bootlegs and covers to his highly sought-after remixes, D.O.N.S. studio output is an ever impressive
slew of crafted gems for the dancefloor. An accomplished remixer, D.O.N.S. has applied his talent to remix tracks such as John Dahlbacks
‘Everywhere’ and ‘Blink’, Greg Cerrones ‘Invincible’, Chuckie ‘Aftershock’ and the hugely popular single D.O.N.S. DBN ft. Kadoc
‘The Nighttrain’.His collaboration with soul legend Gloria Gaynor on ‘Supernatural Love’ and his smash single ‘Somebody Else Guy featuring
Jocelyn Brown’ both went on to conquered both radio playlists and international dance floors around the world.
As a producer D.O.N.S. has grown to become one of the scenes most in-demand house producers having leant his remixing skill to the likes of Bob
Sinclar, Dirty South, Roger Sanchez, and most recently Erick Morillo DLG’s, ‘Where Are You Now’ for Subliminal Records. With such a demand for
his music, his releases have featured for everybody from Universal, Kontor records, BigCityBeats, AM: PM, Hed Kandi and Ministry of Sound, whilst
finding regular wide reaching support from the likes of Tiesto, Pete Tong, Eric Prydz, Sasha, Judge Jules, Paul Oakenfold, and Paul van Dyk.
The instinctive diversity of his music means his releases are as comfortable achieving commercial success up the charts as they are rocking clubs in
more underground settings. Tracks such as ‘Pump up the Jam’, his cover of Michael Jackson’s ‘Earth Song’ and more recently his chart
damaging remix of ‘Together – Hardcore Uproar’, have earned him extended support from the likes of Radio 1 Drive time and MTV, whilst more club
focused releases like ‘You Used To Hold Me featuring Terri B!’ and ‘Breath Into Me’ be seen in the playlists of anyone from David Guetta and
Bob Sinclar to Erick Morillo and Steve Angello.