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Armin Van Buuren
Armin van Buuren has been named number one in the prestigious DJ MAG Top 100 poll four times in a row, as the first DJ in
the history of the DJ Magazine and an indication of his prolific output over the more than 14 years he’s been dj’ing and producing. Being the
official World’s Most Popular DJ is just one of his many achievements, but the driving force behind his success is an overriding passion for dance
A State of Trance
The Dutchman discovered a passion for dance music by listening to mix-tapes and radio shows, and taught himself how to his own. 20 years later, his
very own radio show A State of Trance has grown out to legendary heights. Nowadays, 15 million listeners tune into his 2 hour selection of trance and
progressive, every week. For 9 years in a row and more than 450 episodes already, the A State of Trance show has been and still is a weekly highlight
to many dance music lovers.
Even a basic list of recent successes reads like a lifetime of work. Armin van Buuren isn’t ‘just’ the number one on the critically acclaimed DJ
Mag Top 100, but also holds the ‘Best Global DJ’ and ‘Best Trance Artist’ title, awarded to him at the International Dance Music Awards and
Beatport Awards, respectively. Radio show A State of Trance received the IDMA for ‘Best Mix Radio Show’ for 5 years in a row. Furthermore, Armin
was awarded for ‘Best Podcast’, became the most popular International DJ at Australia's Sony inthemix DJ Poll and, in March 2010, received
the ‘Gouden Harp’, the highest distinction a Dutch artist can get.
Armin van Buuren has delivered four successful artist albums so far, ‘76’, ‘Shivers’, ‘Imagine’ and 2010 album 'Mirage'. As the
first dance artist in Dutch music history, his ‘Imagine’ entered the Dutch Album Top 100 Chart at number one. Hit singles ‘Going Wrong’, ‘In
Out of Love’, ‘Unforgivable’ and ‘Never Say Never’ didn’t only haunt the charts, but also became favourites of the dance crowd. The
music video of ‘In Out of Love’, featuring Dutch singer Sharon den Adel, received more than 67 million views on YouTube, holding the first
position on the Dutch Top 10 of most viewed videos of all-time. Armin’s back catalogue, including ‘Blue Fear’, ‘Communication’, ‘The Sound
of Goodbye’, ‘Shivers’, UEFA Youth Championship theme ‘Rush Hour’, ‘Burned With Desire’, ‘Exhale’, ‘Yet Another Day’ en ‘This
World Is Watching Me’, is full of timeless tracks that wear that classic-tag and keep returning to the clubs. But, as a true artist befits, Armin
keeps creating new music and has now released his fourth artist album, 'Mirage'. For the album, Armin collaborated with the likes of BT,
Christian Burns, Ferry Corsten, Adam Young and Nadia Ali. After the first single, ‘Full Focus’, the second release of the album was a
collaboration with Sophie Ellis-Bextor, ‘Not Giving Up On Love’. The music video for the track was shot on party island Ibiza and includes shots
of Club Amnesia, where Armin holds his residency.
Performances Armin Only
Being the world's number 1 DJ sees the Dutch DJ perform at some of the world's biggest and best festivals, clubs, events and shows. One of
the highlights of 2010 was Armin's DJ set at the Museumplein in Amsterdam in July, during the honoring of the Dutch soccer team. Even though the
national team lost in the FIFA Worldcup, they partied like they were the absolute winners, and so did the 200.000 strong crowd.
Sold-out shows for Armin Only in 2005 and 2006 d eager anticipation of the third edition, which kicked off in a sold-out Jaarbeurs in Utrecht in 2008;
over 16,000 fans attended and were enthralled by the DJ’s nine hour set, under the name of ‘Imagine’. For his fourth artist album, ‘Mirage’,
Armin will kick off another Armin Only World tour. After the first show in the sold-out Jaarbeurs in Utrecht on November 13th, Armin will continue to
travel the globe with shows in 15 different countries, ranging from Australia to Ukraine, Argentina, Libanon and more.
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That the life of Stefan Dabruck is in the instance shaped by music, is demonstrated by the intensity with which he conducts his
Since working in the music business for over 13 years, he was for almost a decade Germanys leading A man at the former most successful club label
Superstar Recordings. In 2009 he decided to establish the Label WePlay with Elmar Braun and Frank Klein, which was twice (2010 2011) awarded
Germanys best dance label 'prize'. Signings for artist like Axwell, Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso, Laidback Luke, Laserkraft 3D and the
full 'cream' of the international house scene, rewarded him with more than 20 gold records and several international awards. Besides WePlay
he is also well-known as the manager of big-ones like Tocadisco, Jean Elan or Laserkraft 3D.
But also as a producer Stefan is able to look back on more than 100 releases in the last few years. With remixes from international artists like Moby,
Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, Bob Sinclar, Public Enemy, Dada Life and Armin van Buuren. Through these remixes and a range of unions with quite a few
famous guys, Armada and the management around Armin van Buuren had a look at him. In 2011 the debut album “2:48 am” from Dabruck Klein appeared
on WePlay/Armada and was very successful, selling in more than 20 countries. For their success so far, Armada presented them with the honour of
releasing the prestige album “Dabruck and Kleins hands on Armada”. A remix album with his remixes from classics like Binary Finary or Greece
As a DJ Stefan has travelled across all of the major continents and has completed more than 1000 DJ-Gigs with Dabruck Klein in the last 10 years. In
2010/2011 alonenhe traveled to more than 20 countries and played from the familiar club to the big festivals always with distinction. In a list of
festivals like Armada Night, Netherlands; Loveparade, Germany; Soundtropolis, Germany, a MOS Tour in Australia, Motorockr Festival, China; Day Night
Festival, Austria and clubs like Webstar Hall, New York; Ivy, Sydney; Suzie Wong, Peking; Twighlight, Dubai; Koko, London or the Queens Club, Paris.
Although he is working simultaneously on the new Dabruck Klein album, his focus in 2012 will be on solo releases and DJ performances as Stefan
His first single “Bullet” in conjunction with Christian Burns plus his remix for Lenny Kravitzs Track “Superlove” will be released shortly.
Furthermore there will be a dozen future releases, through which we will hear a lot of things from Stefan Dabruck in the near future.
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Barely 18 months into his professional career, KhoMha’s music has already sent shockwaves through electronic dance music circles.
The effect of this scene-stealing audio has latterly been compounded by a run of dexterous, electrifying deck performances, which display intuitive
track selection and mixing sophistication far beyond his years. For visiting big name DJs, this has seen him become Columbia’s warm-up man of choice
and to date he’s rocked the sound-systems of clubs like Forum, Carnival, Wild, La Kasa, Mistica and Envy. Putting these two disciplines together has
marked the young Columbian’s card as an EDM star in the making.
KhoMha’s productions and remixes notably transcend traditional dance music divisions, with his work being embraced by an extensive, impressive
cross-section of DJs. His studio-wares have charged the decks of Guetta, Schulz and Van Doorn as quickly as they have those of Armin or Tiesto. That
in turn has captured the imagination of clued-up clubbers from around he world in ever-greater numbers. Further defining this multidenominational
style is the wide range of labels that have come knocking on the Medellin resident’s studio door. Among them to date have been the likes of Armada
and Ultra Music, Black Hole Recordings, Cr2, Pinkstar, Spinnin’, Coldharbour and many others.
Markus Schulz hailed KhoMha as Coldharbour Recordings’ first Artist of the Year in 2011. Both Schulz and Matt Darey also named him in their Top 100
DJ interviews as their Producer of the Year. They have been quick to call on KhoMha’s production power for their own tracks, assigning him to remix
(respectively) their 2011 releases ‘Sinners’ and ‘Hold Your Breath’. Further, KhoMha’s also been behind reworks of tracks from the likes of
Nadia Ali Chris Reece, DNS Project and Ad Brown.
Original KhoMha productions like ‘Magnetik’, ‘Rainy In The Night’ and ‘507’ have brought equally quick support from the press. DJ Mag
called the latter track “a white-knuckle, biggest-ride-in-the-park type tune”, going on to say that “when ped, right-time/right-floor, ‘507’
does scary levels of damage”. In advance of its release, Mixmag hailed his ‘Mind Gamer’ track as “perfectly judged” as well as “confident,
convincing audio” and went on to pronounce it “smoking hot!” DJ Mag meanwhile praised its “intricate drum and percussion programming” and
said that it was a “subtly nuanced track” remarking it had “far more going on than first meets the ear”.
At just 21 years of age, KhoMha’s conclusively on EDM’s career fast-track.
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Over the last 10 years Markus Schulz has crafted the individual musical identities of progressive, trance house into his own unique hybrid sound.
The combined influence of his headlining DJ sets; Armada and Coldharbour label releases and highly prominent Global DJ Broadcast radio show have seen
him at the forefront of the US EDM revolution. This success has been reflected in weekly sets spun in front tens of thousands, a GDJB listenership up
in the millions and critically acclaimed albums, including ‘Do You Dream?’ and most recently ‘Scream’.
Following several highly ranked positions, in 2008 Schulz broke into the # 10 of DJ Mag’s Top 100 chart. He’s remained there for the last four
straight years (polling #9 in 2011) and now stands as the busiest international DJ playing out of the United States.
Markus Schulz - -The DJ:
Through his natural audience interaction, flawless, intuitive harmonic mixing, unparalleled tune selection and now famous open-till-close sets, he has
wowed crowds in every major metropolis. Schulz’s DJ career has largely tracked that of his productions. In the early noughties he was among the
first producers to zero in on the hinterland between trance progressive.
His career received a significant boost when, in 2004, he signed with the David Lewis Productions DJ agency (also home to Armin van Buuren). Now a
regular fixture at the world’s biggest most celebrated clubs, arenas and festivals, he lays down his inimitable trance-progressive vision on a
weekly basis. In Europe, he’s smashed Tomorrowland, Transmission, Nature One, Dance Valley, Electronic Family, Sunrise and; worked tent-pegs loose
at Creamfields; gridlocked Global Gatherings and played open-till-close sets at Space, Miami, Avalon, LA and both Amnesia and Privilege in Ibiza.
Stateside the colossal EDC, Nocturnal, and Ultra Festivals have all felt Schulz pressure and yet further afield still he’s engineered floor uproar
across South East Asia and Australia.
Schulz has polled 4 consecutive years inside DJ Mag’s world’s top 10, has been regularly ranked in the FTB, Trance Addict and Trance Podium charts
as the genre’s 2nd biggest spinner and won Best American DJ at the 2008 IDMAs.
How It Began:
Born in Eschwege, central Germany, Markus emigrated to the United States. Age 13, his dance music awakening came during the grip of the country’s
then-nascent breakdance scene. His early production and DJ career roughly tracked that of the second Stateside House explosion and he caught his first
production break in 1993 when he remixed Sagat’s ‘Why Is It? (F** Dat)’ for FFrr.
Markus’ freshman production release followed in 1994 with the 6-track ‘Plastik Trax EP Vol 1’. Throughout the mid to late Nineties he continued
to accrue acclaim with a range of releases on numerous luminary U.S. labels. In 1998 he recorded ‘You Won’t See Me Cry’ for Plastik Records (his
first label), which was picked up by the UK’s Eve Records and became his first non-domestic release.
Schulz’s sound notably came quickest to the ears of European DJs. Following the formation of the Armada group in 2005, Armin sought Markus out and
asked him to start compiling tracks for a new vinyl series.
The Coldharbour Sessions EPs launched in 2004 (with the first 3 releases coming out on the already established Electronic Elements label). In
succession they resoundingly impacted on dancefloors and within 12 months Coldharbour the label came into existence. Named after Markus’
then-production base in London’s Coldharbour Lane, its output immediately brought a new sound-type to Armada’s repertoire. It also became a
lightning rod for a new generation of prog-inclined producers - setting in motion the careers of (amongst others) Santiago Nino, Rex Mundi, Mark Otten
Niklas Harding. With 2005 under the spell of Coldharbour’s more refined, minimal yet still melodic take on the trance sound Markus struck again
with the first Coldharbour Sessions mix compilation.
Such has been the success of the imprint that in 2007 it was joined by sub-label Coldharbour Red. This, in turn, became the launch pad for the careers
of Marcus Schssow, tyDi, Glenn Morrison Evol Waves and was the point of re-entry for early Schulz side-project, Dakota (see section below). In
August 2010 it celebrated it 100th release with Schulz’s cover of Cass Slide’s ‘Perception’.
Seven years after its birth, Coldharbour stands among the top tier of trance progressive labels. Getting regular props from the press, in 2011 DJ
Mag stated that it was: “an imprint in the rudest of good health!” while Mixmag trumpeted Coldharbour as “a label fair brimming with
ready-to-break production talent”.
M.S. Productions 2005 - 2009:
Perfectly intersecting the quality/quantity axis, Markus’ own productions have been fundamental components in marshalling clubbers and music lovers
to his sound.
Over the course of the last half-decade singles like ‘First Time’ ‘Without You Near’ (2005), ‘Fly To Colours’, ‘Never Be The Same’
‘I Am’ (2007) ‘Perfect’ ‘Cause You Know’ (2008) most recently anthems like ‘The New World’ ‘Do You Dream?’ have each played
their vital part. Markus is also a regular production collaborator. In 2005 he famously teamed up with likeminded producers Gabriel Dresden and
Departure for ‘Without You Near’ and did the same with Andy Moor on ‘Daydream’ and Max Graham on ‘Goodbye’.
The impact of all the singles has been catalysed throughout the period by his studio albums ‘Without You Near’ (2005) and ‘Progression’
M.S. Productions 2010 - 2012:
‘Do You Dream’ and ‘Scream’: On June 15th, 2010 Schulz released his ‘Do You Dream?’ album. The 16-track long-player propelled another raft
of tracks (‘Surreal’, ‘Not The Same’ and ‘Perception’ among them) onto floors and radio waves. Its release prompted Tilllate Magazine to
hail it as “energetic” “exhilarating”, whilst DJ Mag asserted that it was “hard to see why you won’t completely adore this”. On April
the 1st, 2011 the album’s remix edition was released. It included remakes from heavyweights including Ferry Corsten, Cosmic Gate Super8 Tab. The
remix edition was followed a month later by Schulz’s first DVD release, which documented his ‘Do You Dream?’ globetrotting tour.
Following the release of ‘Go!’ (a co-production with Dennis Sheperd), in March of 2012 it was announced that the single would be the first to be
taken from his new artist album. With principle recording of his fourth long-player completed in mid June, ‘Scream’ was released on August 31st.
Subsequent tracks ‘Caught’ (with Schulz protge Adina Butar) and ‘Loops Tings’ (with Ferry Corsten) perfectly captured the 2012 EDM mood,
with the latter racing to the #1 position on the Beatport chart.
The album has been met with much critical acclaim. Giving it their Album of the Month award, Mixmag said that “tonally, lyrically and vocally
(Schulz’s) fourth artist album swings from one highpoint to another” and that the long-player “dazzles”. America’s EDM Magazine meanwhile
said that “Scream’ excels most noticeably is among its manifold vocal numbers”.
Markus Schulz presents Dakota:
Markus has only made rare use of pseudonyms throughout his career - seeing them only as valuable if they represented an outlet for something other
than his established sound. At the turn of the millennium he released 3 tracks (‘Swirl’, ‘Frozen’ ‘Lost in Brixton’) under the alias,
Dakota. Over time the tracks became first-contact points for many new fans.
In 2009 Schulz paid dues to that by resurrecting the guise, recalibrating its sound and directed his attentions to a whole album of material.
‘Thoughts Become Things’ was the result and it became a route diversion that branched out to embrace techno, house and other sub-genres. It
swelled both Schulz’s fanbase and the range of DJ support for his music. The album justified 7 single releases that have included particular
fan-favourites ‘Chinook’, ‘Johnny the Fox’, ‘Koolhaus’ ‘Mr Cappuccino’.
Such was its success in July of 2011 he followed it up with the sequel - ‘Thoughts Become Things II’. Giving it their prized Album of the Month
award, MIXMAG said: “With ‘Thoughts II’ Schulz’s Dakota guise could be about to take centrestage”, while DJ Mag noted it contained “lush
riffs at a housier tempo” and was “epic stuff”. Further afield America’s DJ Times wrote: "every track pushes great sounds and solid club vibes
that throw you off your feet", whilst Germany’s Raveline said that: "no DJ should miss out on the techier, darker and more progressive side of the
Schulz sound". To date it has spawned 5 singles (‘Sinners’, ‘Sleepwalkers’, Katowice’ and the AA ‘In A Green Valley’/’Saints’), as
well as a remix edition with reworks from Arnej, KhoMha, Mr Pit, Wellenrausch and others.
The Global DJ Broadcast show:
Now in its eleventh year Schulz’s GDJB has continued to be a beacon for an always-growing throng of trance progressive dance fans. Having begun
life on Miami’s Party 93.1 station, it is now broadcast through DI.fm and Sirius/XM satellite, the Global DJ Broadcast site and over 50 other FM
stations around the planet. Based on a regular format, the first show of each month is a two hour long mix from one of Schulz’s rolling World Tour
gigs - ones that have of late included Medellin, Columbia, St Petersburg, Russia Amnesia in Ibiza.
Subsequent shows in the month feature Markus mixing his broad span pick of the current electronic dance music best for an hour (which includes the
forum-voted Global Selection track of the week) followed by guest mixes from both established and up-and-coming DJs.
Markus Schulz - The City Albums:
Markus is also responsible for one of the longest running and respected compilation album series in trance history. Providing this microcosmic view of
his sound, the albums have become cornerstones for fans collections, with each travelogue edition bringing in a fresh wave of supporters. Notably, the
Amsterdam ’08 release was nominated for an IDMA award for Best Full Length DJ Mix (in the same year that he took home the trophy for Best American
Kicking off in 2005 with Miami, it moved to Ibiza in ’06, Amsterdam in ’08 and Toronto in ’09. The following year Schulz was “notably ahead of
the curve” (Mixmag) with Las Vegas’10 release, presaging the city’s EDM rise by 12 months. In 2011 he focused on dance music’s surge in
popularity in Eastern Europe with Prague’11, before returning to the States for his most recent edition. ‘Los Angeles ‘12’ captured the
establishment of EDM as a dominant mainstream force in the American music scene. In giving it their Album of the Month, Mixmag said: “Schulz clearly
demonstrates his understanding of the uncompromising sounds that holds sway over LA’s clubs and arenas”.
Markus started his remix career in the early 90s with a 30-strong volley of high-profile reworks. Over the course of the decade he re-tooled the
production works of Euro dominators like The Real McCoy Technotronic, house masters divas including Armand van Helden Liz Torres, legendary
Nineties icons RuPaul, Bette Midler Sandra Bernhard and fully-fledged A-listers like Madonna (on Love Don’t Live Here Anymore).
As the Millennium arrived he began to work on deeper, more intrinsically electronic dance fare... In 2000 he remixed trance innovator Pablo
Gargano’s ‘Absolution’, PQM’s Renaissance classic ‘The Flying Song’ and Fatboy Slim’s ‘Sunset (Bird of Prey). Satisfied that he’d
found the right dance strata to focus on Markus has gone on to rewire tracks by Oceanlab, Motorcycle, Dance 2 Trance, Cosmic Gate, Nalin Kane, Kyau
Albert, John O’Callaghan, Space Manoeuvres amongst many, many others.
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Quote of Armin van Buuren early 2010:“W W are truly the rising stars of trance. If I have to put my money on somebody, I put it on W
What started as a chance meeting at the 2007 Trance Energy has, in just under 4 years, solidified into one of the freshest, most exciting electronic
dance acts on the scene. With it has come a new multifarious trance sound that, globally, has begun to shatter underground clubs, arenas and
festivals. Banding together under the name W W has seen the collective careers of Ward van der Harst Willem van Hanegem go into overdrive... As
spinners they’ve delivered due damage to club nights and festivals and in both 2010 and 2011, their A-list-hammered track portfolio saw them
conclusively tip the ‘next big thing’ scales. Now, in the new decade, W W are ready to rule.
Ready for ‘Impact’
2011 sees the guys embark upon a new adventure. In September, the debut album of W W will be released on Armada Music. ‘Impact’ has all the
essential W W sounds to blow you away and take you in at the same time. Including some very exciting collabs, but never losing the essential W W
strength, ‘Impact’ is set to rule speakers and headphones alike.
W W Productions:
The serendipitous Trance Energy meet quickly bore their debut W W production, which came in the form of the mighty ‘Mustang’. ‘Arena’ followed
up its freshman success and fast found the CDJs of luminaries like Armin van Buuren, Tisto, Ferry Corsten, Markus Schulz, Sander Van Doorn Judge
Jules. Tipped by Armin van Buuren as “the best up-and-coming production duo out there”, W W have continued to rock federation trance to its core
with ‘Mainstage’, the Sean Tyas-remixed ‘D.N.A’ each bringing floors to critical mass. Followed by singles ‘Manhattan’, ‘Impact’,
‘AK-47’ and the very first vocal anthem ‘Three O’Clock’ featuring Ana Criado, W W is in excellent shape for debut album ‘Impact’.
Remix-side, their voracious rewires have proved equally as popular - most notably on Armin’s ‘Rain’ and those of, Aly Fila, Allure, Marcel
Almost a year to the day since Willem Ward first shook hands they quickly took up the spinning mantle. That route has taken them to some of the most
respected nights out there. Ones that have come to include Poland’s Sunrise Festival Entrance, Trance Energy, Tomorrowland, the A State Of Trance
450 and 500 gigs, Several Global Gatherings, Nature One and clubs like Ministry Of Sound London, The Guvernment Toronto Amnesia Ibiza to name a few.
The Mainstage Radio Show:
Now a regular standing fixture in the trance enthusiasts listening schedule, W W’s Mainstage radio show exports their diverse sound around the world
every week. Mainstage is all about showcasing the freshest music and exposing new talent to the world. Broadcasting weekly on Sirius XM, Kiss FM
(Ukraine), Dance Paradise Radio (Brazil) and bi-weekly on the renowned Afterhours FM. In and amongst the intriguing Mainstage ID feature, where every
week they’ll be playing a track so hot-damn fresh-off-the-desk, it can’t even be named, you'll also now be able to vote in... Most Wanted!
Through the fan forum you'll be able to pick you favorite track of the fortnight and vote on it. The winner will be duly crowned 'Most
Wanted' on the following show. Mainstage is also available as a podcast on iTunes and can be heard over here: http://podcast.wandwmusic.nl/
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Armin Van Buuren (62:46)
Markus Schulz (36:33)
W W (36:20)
01 Armin van Buuren feat. Trevor Guthrie - This Is What It Feels Like (W W, Remix)
02 W W - Lift Off
03 W W - Shotgun
04 W W - Moscow
05 Ummet Ozcan - Here Now
06 Hardwell feat. Amba Shepherd - Apollo (Dash Berlin 4AM Remix)
07 ID - ID
08 Hardwell vs. Above Beyond - Thing Called Spaceman (W W Mashup)
09 Ashley Wallbridge Rafal Frost vs. GTA Henrix Digital Lab vs. Hard Rock Sofa - Zorro Hit Rasputin! (W W Mashup)
10 Showtek Justin Prime - Cannonball
11 Zedd feat. Foxes - Clarity (W W Bootleg)
12 Armin van Buuren W W - D# Fat
13 W W - ID
14 W W Ummet Ozcan - The Code