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“This whole genres business is like the Berlin wall, and I’m there with a forklift and a wrecking ball” Mat Zo, London, September 2011 At 21 years of age, Mat Zo is living the dream – part of a new breed of precocious, unrestricted DJ/producers that are making big noises without the one-dimensional genre blinkers of old. In the last 12 months alone, the London based producer has seen his boundary-blurring productions like “Superman”, “Rebound” (with Arty) and “Frequency Flyer” dominate the Beatport charts. DJs like the Swedish House Mafia, Tiesto and Above & Beyond hammer them at the biggest events on the planets, while Zo himself spends his time zig-zagging across the planet – rocking the crowds at events like Electric Zoo in New York, Audiotistic in LA and London’s SW4.As anyone who follows his colourful twitter feed will know, Zo is a ranter as well as a raver. Laid back but full of creative fire, he’s still the music obsessed joker that his mates have always known – but somehow seems like an elder statesman at the same time. As a prodigious teenager, he took both the drum & bass (he records for Hospital as MRSA) and trance scenes by storm. Now armed with a discography of hits that would put some of the longest standing producers to shame, he has gone on to remix pop princess Kylie and become a leading light in both the drum & bass and trance scenes – occasionally topping the Beatport charts in both genres at the same time. With his French-house influenced remix of Above & Beyond’s “Thing Called Love” getting support from Gallic underground hero Lifelike and his recent anthem “Superman” a favourite of Axwell, Zo has proved his chameleon-like capabilities to find fans in whatever sound he turns his hands too. As he works busily behind the scenes on his debut artist album for Anjunabeats, Zo’s kaleidoscopic creativity is set to be unleashed in full force. With everything from French house to rock-riddled, funk-fuelled electro and hip-hop vibes already planned for the album, Zo’s genre-wrecking visions are set to be realised in the most explosive manner imaginable.

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The Best of Ibiza
Hardwell, Amba Shepherd, Bingo Players, MYNC, Nari & Milani, R3hab, Tiesto, Scott Grooves, Parliament, Funkadelic, Thomas Gold, Neil Ormandy, Chuckie, Junxterjack, Tim Berg, Arty, Afrojack, Hard Rock Sofa, Kryder, James Doman, Mark M, Moska, Antoine Becks, Fedde Le Grand, Deniz Koyu, Loopers, Tommy Trash, A-Trak, Marcel, Stefano Pain, Laidback Luke, Shermanology, Salvatore Ganacci, Florian Picasso, Steve Angello, Eric Prydz, Raul Cremona, Abel Ramos, Jared Dietch, Rico Caruso, Ummet Ozcan, W&W, Mat Zo, Maor Levi, Pierce Fulton, Mario Fischetti, Kim Fai, JLD, Jacob Plant, Schella, Sinque, Jewelz, Scott Sparks, GTA, Henrix, NO_ID, Sebastien Lintz, Yousef, Carl Cox, Lahox, RockSaw, D-Wayne, Anjey, TankTop, Astro Bros, Lucky Charmes, Andy Callister, Angel De Mota, Marc Noir, Elian, Nilson, The 8th Note, Fenja, Stafford Brothers, MDPC, Swanky Tunes, Duher, Robbie Rivera, Inpetto, Steve Forest, Diskoboys, Osen, Baha, Ambush, Disco Fries, D-Mad, UMEK, Nicky Romero, Lee Cabrera, Tara McDonald, Nark, Silvio Ecomo, East & Young, Stevie Mink, Katt Niall, Senadee, John Dahlback, Rhythm Masters, Wynter Gordon, ITO, Ran Shani, Stephan Jordan, Jammin Jay, Chris Montana, Chris Bekker, Andy Caldwell, Remy Le Duc, Valexx, Rayven, Richard Vission, Damien Le Roy, Vato Gonzalez, Polina, Vince Moogin, Landis, DJ Crespo, Marcelo CIC, Raoul Gidyon, Sebastian Garcia, Josef Belani, Mitomi Tokoto, Tommie Sunshine, Oliver Heldens, HIIO, John Dish, Various Artists, Daft Punk, Nark, Laidback Luke, Groovenatics, Thomas Olsen, Deadmau5, MYNC, Afrojack, Tranquillo, D.O.N.S, Nick Galea
Cr2 Records | 2014-01-26