Only after a few years, fresh to the techno scene production duo Miniminds already have a large arsenal of tracks on labels such as HARTHOUSE, GLOBAL UNDERGROUND, RHYTHM CONVERTED, REKLUSE, RESPEKT, 8 SIDED DICE, PHOBIQ, FLING, HEDGEHOG, BINARY404, AKOOM, collaborat ions wit h Spekt re, Frankyeffe, Subfractal and Abnormal Boyz and many more originals in the pipeline. They have also had the pleasure of remixing the likes of Brian Sanhaji, Hans Bouffmyhre, Hollen, Dyno, Presslaboys and Oliver Moldan.Their productions have been getting regular support from DJs such as Len Faki, Laurent Garnier, Stephan Bodzin, Dubfire, Carl Cox, Marco Bailey, Tony Rios, Joey Beltram, Dave Robertson, Mistress Barbara, Alan Fitzpatrick, Slam, Tiefschwarz, Joseph Capriati, Danton Eeprom, Lee Burridge, Joel Mull, Sian, Umek, James Zabeila, Ewan Pearson, Mauro Picotto and many more.Being Shine and Stiff Kitten (Belfast) residents, the pair have cut their teeth supporting a lot of the big hitters including Adam Beyer, Sven Vath, Chris Liebing, Len Faki, Josh Wink, Mauro Picotto, Paul Ritch, Cassy, Green Velvet, Oliver Hunteman, Phil Kieran, Redshape to name but a few. With this experience be assured this pair know how to work a dance floor at any point of the night.When performing, Miniminds customise their sets consisting of 3 decks, loops and fx. They don’t just take you from A to B but to C keeping the dance floor on their feet at all times.The two have seen the proof of their success in numerous top magazine reviews and many of their releases making it into the Juno and Beatport Top 100 charts.2011 sees their calendar is filling up quickly playing regularly most weekends throughout Ireland and further afield. With their debut European gig at Club Fifty Five, Aachen, Germany, last year, showcasing previous artists such as Brian Sanhaji, Pig & Dan, Jens Zimmermann, already more interest is coming in from Japan, China, Austrailia, Germany, Italy, with first festival booking of the year at Sol Festival, Spain. Be sure to see this duo's name pop up more and more in the near future.