For over 21 years now, James Fraser (Stereolove), has been bringing nothing but great dance music to over hundreds of thousands of clubbers, whether it is at major dance parties such as the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras, or at most major nightclubs throughout Australia. Winner of best DJ at the Melbourne Diva awards, he has been at the forefront of the dance music industry in Australia, from releasing records on his own label, re-editing tracks for artists as diverse as Erasure, Bananarama, Mary J. Blige & Diana Ross, to producing some of the first mixed DJ CDs in Australia. He has played beside most major international DJs including, Louie Vega, DJ Spen, Quentin Harris, David Morales, Frankie Knuckles, Shapeshifters, TV Rock, Denzal Park, and Stacey Kidd to name a few. James was also involved with Australia’s preeminent dance music record label Central Station records, from the late 80s – mid 90s, where he was involved in label management, licensing, & promotions. He has also collected one of the largest digital archives of dance music which gives him the ability to move between many genres during sets, and to play to a wide range of audiences.He has now moved into songwriting and production, and under his production name & record label “Stereolove”, he has hit Number 1 with his first release "Sleeping Satellite" on the Juno UK Pop / Trance best sellers chart, Number 1 on both the Kiss FM & Joy 94.9 charts in Melbourne, and reached the Top on the US DJ Pool Top 30 charts. His follow up track "Too Young For Promises with NZ artist Tina Cross, has already been Number 1 on both Kiss FM & Joy 94.9 FM in Melbourne, hit the Top 5 on US internet & satellite radio, reached Top 5 on the Juno Records Pop / Trance charts, and peaked at Number 26 on the US DJ Pool Top 30 charts.The third single "I Wish That" feat. Tina Cross was released December 2012. The accompanying music video has already had nearly 40000 views in just over 10 weeks on You Tube & Vimeo combined.Track number four, released 5th February 2013, is a new recording of the 1996 house record of the year, "Heaven" by Sarah Washington. Featuring remixes from Purechild, Linn Lovers & Paul Goodyear, this new recording updates the track for a new generation of dance music lovers. All track are from the forthcoming album "Enjoy This Trip" due mid 2013.