[wp_ad_camp_2] [wp_ad_camp_1] The quality of the list has been diluted by mainstream copycats and iPad promo teams Finally, this year MARTIN GARRIX is expected to win the DJ MAG TOP 100. But rumors have it CARL COX is not having it. CARL COX, the multi-year winner of the list in its early stages supposedly is saddened by the current state of dance music. Where in the past legends as Danny Rampling,
[wp_ad_camp_2] Dub Mechanics – Deep Dark Places EP2 Releases Los Angeles based DJ and veteran producer Dub Mechanics launches his 79th release on his label Revv Shop Recordings. Deep Dark Places EP 2 brings a second round of deep dark tech mayhem for the fall season, following EP 1 released over summer. From the delicious super deep groove of ‘Ain’t It Sweet’ to the tech house groover ‘Budapest For Tea’.
[wp_ad_camp_2] Where does your artist name come from? During the early to mid-80’s I went by Sir Swift. I was a Breaker, Beatboxer, Graffiti artist and DJ. But as my DJing progressed and I matured a little I realized it was time for a name change. At the time I remember digging through a dictionary, for days, and finally stumbled across Dabster: One likes to dabble/ One who is a master of their own