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Артист: John Dahlback feat. Urban Cone Lucas Nord Название: We Were Gods Жанр: House Год выхода: 2013 О музыке:
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Label owner, producer, remixer and DJ: there isn’t much John Dahlback hasn’t done during his
decade-young career. Now, at just 28, he sits atop the global dance scene with a forthcoming album on one of the world’s leading (and largest)
electronic labels Ultra and a diary that defines the term transatlantic as he jets back and forth between America, Ibiza and beyond. Rewind just on
eleven years and we find John at the start of his professional journey, signing his first releases at the tender age of 17, which even by the
youthfully dominated standards of the world of dance, is remarkable.
“It wasn’t that surprising I signed a track at such a young age,” he humbly explains, “I come from a musical background so it had been a part
of my life from day one. Both my parents are musicians, as are many of my immediate family, which includes my cousin Jesper who a few of you may also
be aware of!”
But, this debut turned out to be the tip of the iceberg, as the release marked the birth of a four hundred title discography. Whether it was deep
house and techno for legendary imprints like Kompakt or Dessous, through to the later expansion of his style to incorporate the energy of big-room
electro for the likes of Spinnin’, Protocol, Toolroom, Big Beat, Phazing and Wall there are few - if any - who can boast such a varied and
impressive musical CV. However, what makes this achievement even more historic is that he also found time to establish and develop not one, but two
labels all of his own.
His first, Pickadoll ran for five years from 2005 to 2010 and featured some of the world’s most cutting-edge producers; alongside his own
recordings, which included two artist albums, it notched-up close on fifty releases and provided John with a very clear understanding of what it takes
to run a label, a knowledge he admits was invaluable come the launch of the new imprint Mutants.
“I had a real vision about Mutants. I can now hear within a couple of seconds whether a track will fit, which is important because, although I
feature some of my more experimental material on there, it’s really a showcase for who I currently think are the most exciting producers in the
And, just in case there was any further doubt regarding his mission statement, John’s summer highlight of 2013 is the first in a label artist led
‘Mutants Presents’ compilation series, which he personally mixed and describes as “... (a) merger of Mutant’s past, present and future... a
testament to the skill and talent of the producers we’ve featured and, in some cases, discovered.” So, keep a close watch on this space, there’s
no doubt John’s devotion to Mutants will continue to help cement it’s position as one of the planet’s most exciting independent dance brands,
although by hid own admission it is keeping him on his toes,
“It’s a good job the process of A Ring the label is a by-product of my DJing,” he expands,”I’m not sure where I’d find the time
otherwise!” This is no understatement; John Dahlback the DJ IS a very busy boy! In recent years his diary has bloomed and taken him around the
Most recently it has paid the ultimate acknowledgment as he secured a residency in the fast emerging clubbing Mecca of Las Vegas at the Wynn XS, which
puts him in the rarified company of a handful of notable A-listers who’ve also turned to the city as a residing base.
“I’m honoured and delighted to be one of the few who get to play in America so often,” says John with glee, “Whether it’s Vegas or beyond
the crowd’s are always amazing and enthusiastic.” When not acquainting himself with one of the fifty states, John’s equally happy touring the
globe, establishing himself at seminal venues and festivals such as Pacha Ushuia Ibiza; MoS, London; Mansion Liv, Miami; Tomorrowlands Belgium,
Tomorrow World Altanta, Dance Valley, Holland; Green Valley Brazil, EMPO Mexico, Stereosonic Australia and so the list goes on...
Despite the fact John can only play one city in one country a night, he keeps his global fanbase happy (over 200k Facebook likes and counting) with
his weekly Mutants Radio Podcast. Whilst John thinks being in front of a microphone ‘feels weird’, he’s fully embraced the importance of digital
and social media and uses it as way to interact with his fans as much as possible as he explains,
“Feedback’s really important to me. It helps shape my output and decide on future endeavours. I know it’s been said before, but I wouldn’t be
where I am without my fans so their voice is crucial. They’re the future really.” Wise and fitting words indeed: John Dahlback and the future are
two things that undoubtedly go hand in hand.
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Artist: John Dahlback feat. Urban Cone Lucas Nord
Title: We Were Gods
Catalog Nr.: UL4545
Style: Progressive House
01. John Dahlback feat. Urban Cone Lucas Nord - We Were Gods (Original Mix)