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 - Mac Monroe


With an affinity of new school spirit and his finger placedcomfortably on the pulse of modern Dance music, MacMonroe is truly making his own luck within the great clubresurgence. Capturing the attention of Roger Sanchez andToolroom Records alike, the self made producer turned labelhead looks to conquer the mindset that there is no room forrevolution in an overcrowded industry.Fostered on exuberance of the Belgian underground clubcircuit, Mac’s debut residency at “La Mezzanine” wouldspark a sturdy string of regular spots at some of thecountry’s most prestigious nightspots. With all thisexperience mounting behind the decks, it was not longbefore his yearning for a sound as characteristic as thecontent of his sets would stir him to make the dauntingtransition from turntablist to aspiring Dance producer. But asthe successive signings to Housepital Records wouldsuggest, the exuberance of his live sets transferredseamlessly with him into the studio. Between the upliftingvalues of “Herky Jerky” and more recent vocal stylings of“Strike It Up Again” alongside Terri B, Mac’s graceful blend ofmelodic peak time moments and raw Electro energytranslate into a certain wake up call to the abundance ofyoung contenders stuck in a mindset of repetition. Add theTech infused “Roll With You” EP, supported by T homas Goldand Dave Spoon to name a few, and it is evident that Mac’sapproach remains as all-embracing as it does powerfullypersuasive.Armed with the further bow that is Victauril Records, Mac’sdebut label endeavour, the imprint looks to build upon thenew school ascendancy of his own impending legacyalongside a firm roster of likeminded talents from across theglobe. Already accompanied by a firm hand of debutbreakthroughs and Mac’s own sterling productions, it is fairto say that the label is one to watch on the horizon with akeen eye. As his gleaming presence on NRJ Radio for hisExtravadance show would suggest, there are firm industrywings to the sound of Mac Monroe.T here is no shortage of clichés committed to up-and-comingHouse artists. With Mac Monroe, however, the seethingtalent and untarnished lust for industrious progress that hasornamented his career thus far allows for the boldspeculation that in the grand scale of things, Belgian’s blueeyedbreakthrough has a long and prosperous road aheadof him.


Can You Feel It? Mixed By Baramuda
Baramuda, Tim Berg, Dario Rodriguez, Miss Kiyami, Gregor Salto, Nick & Danny Chatelain, 9Five, Mark Simmons, Polina, Tom Geiss, DJ Synchro, Deex, Sean DeClase, Martin Dhamen, Jordan Rivera, Neo-Rah, Simon Haze, Shereetha Campbell, Firebeatz, Joey Suki, Dirty Secretz, Cole Jonson, Evil Twin, Tim Cullen, TOWNSTON & DELGADO, Cevin Fisher, Mitch Major, Extrano, Mousse T., Hot 'n' Juicy, Roger Sanchez, Majuri, Brown Sneakers, Josh The Funky 1, Mark Kane, Romeo Quenn, Aretzi, Hard Rock Sofa, Vengerov, Marcia Juell, Badisco, DJ Don Casino, Razor Caine, Asino, Mac Monroe, Agent Greg, Net Brothers, Nika Mills, Azzido Da Bass, Ido B, Zooki, LIHI, Discojack, Kriis Wide, Helvetic Nerds, Duvoh, Tess Marie, The Cruzaders, Nathan C, Al-Faris, Chris Roxx, Cunnie Williams, Monie Love, Pest CTRL, Ron Carroll, Swaylo, Daniel Portman, My Digital Enemy, Sax, Made, NDKj, Mihalis Safras, Mike Newman, Jay C, DJ Eako, Ann Bailey, Peter Brown, Stefano Noferini, Albin Myers, David Puentez, Rodri Deniz, Phonk d'or, Deeplife, Christian Arenas, Filthy Rich, Robin Roovel, Carl Tricks, Baramuda, Phunk Investigation, Sonny Wharton, Milton Channels, DJ Chus, D-Formation, Brown Sugar, Franky Rizardo, Bingo Players, Shadow Stars, Hard Rock Sofa, Swanky Tunes, Chris Lauer, Canard, Jence, Jeroenski, Helvetic's, Julian Woods, Leventina, Deorro, Fehrplay, Kryder, Richard Grey, Nari, Milani, Tony Romera, Martin Dhamen, Federico Scavo, Luigi Rocca, Vengerov, Peter Gelderblom
ADSR Records | 2013-11-25