Knowhat, also known for his longer established Mr. High alias, is a Sicilian born, London based DJ, Producer and curator of the media page “Mr. Afterparty”, who bursted onto the scene when he was only 15 years old. Securing his position as a renowned DJ while in Sicily, after winning a stream of various contests and competitions, Knowhat has quickly grasped the art of music production and started crafting his own discography filled with driving drums and swelling house hooks
Playing along with the likes of renowned artists such as Richie Hawtin, Sven Vath, Livio & Roby, Oliver Huntemann, Layo & Bushwacka, Nicole Moudaber, Tiefschwarz, Oliver Klein, Steve Lawler, Marco Carola, Paco Osuna among many others, Knowhat became a regular on the International DJ circuit. His uplifting tech-house sets captivate audience anywhere he goes leading him to have appeared on major events such as Gianpula Festival (Malta), Heineken Festival, Rizla Event, Harry Klein, DJ Mag Live as well as reputable clubs like EGG London, Ibiza Rocks, E1 London, Studio 338 and many more
The Italoconnection team is the result of over twenty-five years of friendship and occasional creative meetings between two agitators from the Milanese electronic underground scene. Fred Ventura and Paolo Gozzetti, with extreme continuity and with a great clarity of intent, have produced, arranged and mixed a multitude of dancefloor songs in their individual careers. In 2010 they decided to join forces and give more continuity to their electronic raids using the pseudonym Italoconnection which clearly suggests the desire to revive the glories of the Italian heyday of the early 80s in a modern form. The Human League, Hurts, Ou Est Les Swimming Pool, Hooverphonic, Etienne Daho, Peter Wilson, Tobias Bernstrup, La Prohibida and Peter Wilson are just some of the artists remixed or produced by Ventura & Gozzetti. The duo released the Metropoli album on the Dutch label Bordello A Parigi featuring various vocal guests including Francesca Gastaldi, Francesco Rago of Atelier Folie, Alessandra Contini ex of Il Genio and Martin Blix of the Swedish Italove. A new album scheduled for release in early 2021.
Altra Moda Music welcomes Madrid based Deejay, Producer and Promotor Ivan Pica well known for his residencies at Space Ibiza, Elrow, Ministry of Sound, Cafe Olé and Pacha Ibiza! You can hear his unique balearic influenced sound in floor shaker 'Take Me Higher' available April 2nd on all platforms. Ivan released collabs with a few big ones such as David Penn, Eddie Amador, Joe T Vanelli and Roger Sanchez.
Gat Decor is a house music production team best known for the 1992 song "Passion". The song is considered to be one of the best-known works of the early progressive house genre.
In 1996 this vocal version was released, again reaching the top of every Dance Chart around the world. Even after 20 years since the initial release of Passion it is still considered as one of the Dance Anthems that defined House as a musical genre.
The main contributor of the team is the British DJ and producer Simon Slater The name 'Gat Decor' was derived from an anagram of 'Tag Records', a record store based in Soho, London.
Wh0 turn their attention to the Bodyrox hit 'Yeah Yeah', which was first released in September 2005 and became a huge hit in the clubs over the summer of 2006. A vocal version followed featuring Luciana, which went on to chart at #2 in the UK in November as well as all over Europe, Australia and New Zealand, culminating in nominations for an Ivor Novello Award for Best Contemporary Song and Best Video at the MTV Awards in Australia.
In the capable hands of Wh0, ‘Yeah Yeah’ is reimagined as a superb, tension-building house track with the sort of driving drums that sweep you off your feet. Carefully crafted synth patterns rise up and down the scale, while big claps bring the swing. The fiery vocals then add more fuel to the fire and once the tune drops at the mid point, the roof is sure to be blown off any club (once they’re open again!) With its big hooks and chunky drums, this is another surefire anthem from these studio wizards.
The late British DJ and personality Steve Walsh was influenced by Band Aid's "Do They Know It's Christmas?" and USA for Africa's "We Are the World", for those hits became a very fashionable vehicle of raising money and awareness. Walsh made talks with Steve MacIntosh of the Cool Notes about creating a charity supergroup to make a similar charity record for the UK, as well as to support multiple sclerosis research.
MacIntosh volunteered to write the song and recruited Paul Hardcastle to produce the song with him. A few weeks later, MacIntosh had sent a demo of the song to Walsh and Hardcastle, who appreciated the track, and "Give Give Give" became the song to lead the project. Phil Fearon, MacIntosh's the Cool Notes, Mel & Kim and Hazell Dean were some of the British dance and soul acts involved, alongside comedian Lenny Henry. American acts such as Jean Carne, Odyssey, Steve Mancha, Kenny G and Edwin Starr also took part.
The first version was released in the autumn of 1986 under the name Disco Aid, and managed to chart at No. 85 on the UK Singles Chart.
In 1987, the project was re-recorded and re-produced together with legendary British top-producers Stock Aitken & Waterman. This time it was released under the act name Dance Aid. Participants included Mel & Kim, Phil Fearon, Sinitta, Ruby Turner and Pepsi & Shirlie.
"Why Don't You" is a 2010 single by Serbian DJ/Producer Gramophonedzie. It samples Peggy Lee's 1942 version of the 1936 song "Why Don't You Do Right?". The single was certified gold in Italy, #1 UK Dance, #1 Israel.
DJ and producer Roog is one of The Netherland’s biggest dance exports. With a history in house from the 90’s to today as a solo artist and as part of Hardsoul and Housequake Roog has an enviable CV.
'If Everything Went My Way’ is a funky, filtered vocal house at its finest. Essential floor filling material that will simply stand the test of time. The remix comes courtesy of Earth n Days who have spent the last few years paving their way in the scene, forging a sound that blends energetic beats, heavy bass and more than a sprinkle of disco.
Let Me Be Real is a super charged main room banger that sees Fedde join forces again with Mitch Crown, whose vocals rip through this smooth-as-f*ck synth-laden masterpiece. A perfect example of pop/dance fusion, this is unadulterated electronica that has dance floor hit written all over it. Yet again Le Grand has come up with the goods on both his edit and in choosing the remixes.
SASH! is a German DJ/production team, fronted by Sascha Lappessen, Ralf Kappmeier and Thomas "Alisson" Lüdke. In the 90s they had great succes with the hits Encore Une Fois and Ecuador. They have sold over 22 million albums worldwide and earned more than 65 Gold and Platinum awards.
International singing superstar, Sarah Brightman is the world’s biggest selling Soprano. She pioneered the classical crossover music movement and is famed for possessing a vocal range of over 3 octaves. Sarah is the only artist to have simultaneously topped the Billboard dance and classical music charts