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Артист: Bart Claessen Название: Chimaera Жанр: House Год выхода: 2013 Label: Big Dirty (Be Yourself Music) / BADR212D О музыке:
Supplier of a diverse scope of EDM styles and master of them all, Bart Claessen has established himself as one of The Netherlands’
most intuitive and musically versatile producers. With his very first track (2001’s ‘On The Move’) he scored national top 10 hits in over 10
countries. Most recently releases like ‘Fantomah’ on Sander van Doorn’s DOORN Recordings and ‘King Of Kongs’ on the Big Dirty imprint have
seen his music pop on the playlists of more house-orientated DJs. Through a litany of club hits (‘Playmo’, ‘Elf’, ‘Hartseer’, ‘First
Light’ and numerous others) his music has fed floors with one seismic moment after another. As a DJ of dexterous skill (not to mention repute), over
the last decade he has spun in the proverbial A to Z of club capitals. Ranked among them have been Creamfields, ASOT, Full on Ferry, Ministry of
Sound, GodsKitchen, Amsterdam Dance Event and dozens of others. His list of remix credits spans multiple electronic music genres. It has included
reworks of music by Above Beyond, Funk D’Void, Ferry Corsten Guru, Chocolate Puma, Tisto BT, Meck and many more. With the advent of 2013 Bart
is readying his artist album. The second coming of Claessen is imminent.
From progressive and tech, through trance and on to electro and house, Claessen characterizes the modern day producer-without-borders. Making music
purely on instinct, as a studio initiate in 2000 he d ‘On The Move’. The release consumed the next 4 years of Claessen’s life. Under the name
Barthezz, the track became a national top 10 chart hit in a dozen countries (including his native Netherlands); was released on leading labels
including Positiva, Avex, and Ultra and subsequently propelled him into the world of the DJ. By the time its dust had settled, musically Bart had
already moved on and had his head firmly into a new sound. ‘Persona Non Grata’ on United Recordings laid the groundwork and set the pace. By the
time its follow-up ‘Playmo’ landed, fans old and new were prepped. The track provided Bart with the gateway hit under his own name. Tougher,
harder and more propulsive in its sound design, it became part of the tip of the Dutch tech-trance spear. Bootlegged together with Motorcycle’s
‘As The Rush Comes’ by Hungarian DJ Shane 54, the track took on a life of its own. In the year of the trance mash-up, it became the biggest of the
lot and was still enjoying substantial DJ rotation 12 months after it was produced. Also enjoying considerable success was his remould of Riva Ft.
Dannii Minogue’s ‘Stringer’ (Who Do You Love Now), which, off the back of a raft of DJ support, was picked up for a full release by the original
label. He also recorded ‘Hartseer’, which was inked to Flashover Recordings. Quickly establishing underground classic status, Ferry Corsten named
it as his favourite track of 2010. Bart also began finding homes for his material with labels outside The Netherlands. In 2008 he began to sign tracks
to the UK’s Anjunabeats stable. Alongside many farsighted co-productions (see Collaborations section below), it produced notable club hits,
including ‘Elf’ and ’90 Nights of Summer’. To date Anjunabeats have released 6 Claessen productions and 9 of his remixes.
Currently Bart is putting the finishing touches to his debut artist album. Off the back of heavyweight support (from DJs as diverse as Nicky Romero
and Gareth Emery), ‘King of Kongs’ - the first track to be taken from it - entered DMC’s Buzz Chart at no.1 in October 2012.
Equally as adept in the art of the remix, as he is creating his own productions, Claessen’s reworks have remained in constant demand. Stylistically
they span a wide range of labels and styles. He’s as much at home rewiring tracks released on labels like Toolroom and Soma as he is on ones for
Anjunabeats and Armada. Throughout his career he’s reshaped tracks for trance legends like Above Beyond, Ferry Corsten, Tisto BT and house
heroes like Chocolate Puma and Meck. In 2010 he reworked ‘Times Are Changing’ for award winning rock outfit DI-RECT’ and recalibrated Funk
D’Void’s techno classic ‘Diabla’. Often remixing tracks to fit his DJ sets in 2011 (working alongside Tom Fall) his fresh spin on Massive
Attack’s ‘Tear’ struck a big chord with DJs of many persuasions.
Propelled by their desire to see the man behind the music, demand for Bart Claessen DJ sets skyrocketed around the millennium. Week in, week out he
ritualistically brings clubs, arenas and festivals to boiling point with his kinetic, bombastic and visually gripping sets. To date he’s rocked
festivals that have included Creamfields and Dance Valley and smashed arena-sized stadia like A State Of Trance 500, Trance Energy and Innercity.
He’s also made his mark on the Balearics, spinning at Cream Full On Ferry Ibiza and rocked iconic clubs like Ministry of Sound, Matrixx,
Gatecrasher, GodsKitchen and Judgement Sundays.
Collaborations: in tune with his wide-perspective EDM view, alongside his solo productions, Bart is also a seasoned studio collaborator. Under the
cryptically named Who.Is moniker he recorded ‘We.Are’ and ‘909+’ with Raz Nitzan in early 2010. When early clips hit Internet the track caught
instant buzz (as well as much speculation as to who the producers cloaked behind the name were). ‘We.Are’ was featured on both the Anjunabeats
Vol. 8 and In Search of Sunrise 8 compilations; was labelled “summer 2010’s trance definer” by DJ Mag and followed up by ‘Cryptanalysis’.
Alongside Ren Martens (as Claessen Martens) he recorded ‘El Dorado’ for Black Hole and ‘The Man Who Knew Too Much’ for Anjunabeats. He also
released ‘Madness’ alongside Dave Schiemann, on which he once again flexed his techier studio muscles.
In 2008 Bart joined the EDM radio revolution with his Playmo show. Originally showcasing prime cuts of tech and trance inspired music, the bi-weekly
broadcast began to syndicate at speed. By the end of 2010 Playmo Radio was being broadcast on 20 FM, digital web-based stations and saw the music
policy widen to simply ‘EDM’. A year later, in conjunction with French music/lifestyle website Flaix.fr the show became available as an iTunes