With his roots intertwined in house music for the past 25 years, Terry Hunter has traveled the globe sharing his passion for soulful house music while continuing to produce dance-floor packing hits for his Ts Box record label. Pleased with the success he has garnered in the house music community, but still looking to fulfill his appetite with new genres of music Terrys latest adventure in his musical journey showcases his production talent in the hip hop arena. Visit Terry’s Discogs page.
Born 18th April 1967 in Brooklyn, New York, pioneering American house producer & DJ, Todd Terry is one of the producers who helped to define New York’s house music during the 1980s. Terry’s productions can be described as a varied collection of samples blending the sounds of classic disco, the more introspective Chicago sound pioneered earlier in the decade, plus plenty of hip-hop attitude and sampling piracy. Visit www.toddterry.com.
DJ since 1978; won a Tommy Boy Records mix context in 1981; editor and remixer for labels such as Vanguard, Next Plateau, Fourth and Broadway and 25 West Records; mixshow DJ on WKTU 92.3 alongside The Latin Rascals (Tony Moran & Albert Cabrera), Aldo Marin (Cutting Records) and Jellybean Benitez. Visit Tommy’s Discogs page.
The thunderous beats of New Yorker Tony Moran have resonated throughout clubs and arenas around the world, and have dominated the Billboard dance charts for decades. When artists like Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, Madonna, Beyoncé, Britney Spears, Rihanna, Mary J Blige, Janet Jackson and Jennifer Lopez want to tear up the dance floor, they call upon the top-ranked DJ and Grammy™ nominated producer and remixer for The Moran Sound — hard hitting tribal house anthems infused with the latest cutting edge sounds in electronica. Visit www.tonymoran.com.
Underground house label started in 1993 by Johnny “D” De Mairo. Originally Distributed by Northcott Productions, with Tommy Musto and Silvio Tancredi. The label has the “Who’s who” in house music and has had releases from just about anyone relevant in the genre. Some of the biggest releases are the Bucketheads “The Bomb” produced by Kenny “Dope” Gonzalez, “The Funk Phenomena” produced by Armand Van Helden and many other anthems from a roster including DJ Sneak, Johnick, Little Louie Vega, 95 North, Todd Terry, Ashley Beedle and That Kid Chris to name a few.
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