Paula Chalup known as DJ Paula, has always been interested in electronic music, attending constantly parties and clubs influenced by the Brazilian pioneering DJs such as Mau Mau and Renato Lopes. From 1995 on, she decided to take a chance on the job, playing at private parties. Encouraged by DJ Mau Mau, she started playing professionally in 1996 and soon became a resident DJ at Hell's Club (where electronic music in So Paulo boomed). In the same year she received the best revelation DJ prize from "Os Melhores da Noite Ilustrada" (Folha de So Paulo), from the writer Erika Palomino, as a recognition of her ability with the decks. After that she was invited to play at the best clubs in So Paulo, such as Latino, B.A.S.E., Kashmir, Sound Factory and Kintamani, and at the best raves of the country, such as Xxxperience, Fusion, Avonts, Tecnolgica, Gaia Rave and Resistance. In 1997 she went to London with DJ Mau Mau and got involved with the label Cluster (Cris Liberator and Julian Liberator), improving her knowledge. In 1998, she became a resident DJ of one of the main clubs in So Paulo, Lov.e Club and Lounge, where she played every Saturday at Combustvel project for 5 years. At Lov.e Clubs monthly Lov.e Express Party she played with famous international DJs like Monica Kruser, Darren Emerson, Funk D'avoid, Mathew Bushwacka B! and Darren Price. She also played beside artists like Laurent Garnier, Kevin Saunderson and Julian Liberator. She was a resident DJ at the extinct Jazzy and Stereo clubs, and performed at big events like Skol Beats, MTV Party and Carlton Dance. Paula has an unmistakable style and precise mixing technique, which helped her release her first promotional CD, Paula Vol.I, concluded in M4J studio, and that had excellent reviews by the audience and the press, such as "onSpeed" and "DJ Sound" magazines and Folha de So Paulo newspaper. Paula often plays in So Paulo at clubs like A Loca, Overnight, D-Edge, Manga Rosa, Ampgalaxy, Ultralounge; and in other cities of the So Paulo state, like Ribeiro Preto (Samanea), Santos, Guaruj, Taubat (Divina), Maresias, Campos do Jordo, So Carlos, Indaiatuba (Zoff) and also all over Brazil: Rio de Janeiro, Manaus, Campo Grande (Nocturna), Recife, Bzios, Belo Horizonte (Josefine), Florianpolis (Caf Cancun), Guaratuba (Caf Curaao), Curitiba (Heaven), Porto Alegre (Neo e The Farm), Natal (Electroland), Camboriu, Cuiab (Getlio Dance) and Trancoso. In July 2002 she performed in Bogot (Colombia). And in June 2003, she performed in Paris at Open House party and at La Musique - in the most important day of music in France, at a tent for thousands of people. She was also a resident DJ at 1234U project, monthly in Pix, now club 13. Paula is also investing on her producer career: she released, in a partnership with DJ and producer Philip Braunstein, the label Special Series. The launching party took place at Lov.e Club in October 2003, with the presence of DJ Adam Jay. In 2004, she kept her residency at Combustvel project (at Lov.e club) and managed to play at several capitals of Brazil, spreading her name even more outside So Paulo. In the same year, she released a remix track for the City of God soundtrack, a project that gathered a number of important Brazilian producers, such as Mau Mau, Renato Cohen, Camilo Rocha, Pet Duo, Murphy and herself. Along with other renowned DJs, Paula released a track for the Love for So Paulo CD. After 7 years as a resident at Lov.e club, Paula moved on to pursue new paths. She started a Saturday residency at Vegas Club, the new cool spot of electronic music in So Paulo. The party is called Mafia and gathers eclectic beats, from house to old school hip hop. She's also a resident at CIO party, every Wednesday at D-Edge, one of the most famous clubs in Brazil, and maintains a Friday residency at Manga Rosa club, along with DJ Claudinho I. A big fan of music, she couldn't resist the wonders of Final Scratch, despite being officially an obsessive vinyl collector. Speaking of which, her latest label release, Obsessive Love, was sold out after only 3 weeks at Juno.co.uk virtual record shop and became part of the playlists of DJs such as Carl Cox, Mauro Piccoto and Umek. For 2007, she plans to release a "2" vinyl on her label Special-Series. Audio Go a.k.a. Diogo Bacchi, names proposed projects divided into different sounds. Diogo Bacchi protrudes in house music with versatility. Audio Go focuses on your personal taste in contemporary conceptual and focused on winning the individual listener and more technical, with sounds like minimal, techno and variants. Released in December 2010 with a range Alvinho L. Noise in the collection aired by Creative Sounds Lo Kik Records (RC2 Music) chosen by the magazine DJmag "Best of 2010" - Best Brazilian eletronic label, featuring tracks by Renato Cohen, DJ Magal and several other important artists. In April 2010 released by U.S. label remix for the French YokoO. Both are readily available at most digital music store in the world (Beatport.com). Diogo is influential in the electronic scene for over a decade. Shared the stage with artists like Stephan Bodzin, Oliver Huntemann, Valentino Kanziani, Derick Carter, MANDY, Oxia, Gustavo Bravetti, Dimitri Nakov, Mau-Mau, Renato Cohen, Anderson Noise, Murphy, Renato Ratier, Dada Attack, Gabe, Dino Psaras, Paula Chalup and many others. Mateus B. at the age of 21, he had his tracks spinned by the likes of James Zabiela, John Acquaviva, Kolombo and John Dalhback. Djing for 4 years, he owns the labels Brazuka Records and Sinestetic Music which has had releases in vinyl and now is in its 80th release digital, sold at the most important digital stores (Beatport, Trackitdown, Juno, 3BeatDigital, DjDownload). He is an instructor in the Dj and Production courses at Aimec (Eletronic Music International Academy), having more than 1500 students graduated. Resident at Bielle Club, in the west of Paran, and also at the most important club in the east coast Caf Curacao, where he djs during the summer. Winner of a music production contest by DubMusic in So Paulo, he has got a ticket to Europe. Mateus has signed for one of the hottest labels, Definitive Records by John Acquaviva, releasing the track Fierce Life with Ilan Kriger, the track was remixed by Greg Kobe and Alex Dias. Rodrigo Gel began his career as a DJ in 2000 and now is considered by fans and understood on the subject as one of the best DJ in Brazil and a master when it comes to mixing and quality, performance and total dominion over equipment. Rodrigo Gel has extensive experience and each presentation attracts many curious and receives many praises for many people including a top DJ's and idols including Agoria, Murphy and Lukas. Gel is recognized and remembered by Dj Murphy (source of references) as: "The guy who does what I do." The sets of Gel are based in house and techno, and it are filled with performances like scratches, back to back, cuts, samples, effects and mixing with 3 decks simultaneously. Done countless projects and parties like Techno field, CGR Technopride edition, Electro Lovers, NON STOP Project. Performed at many clubs, cities and events such as D-Edge, Tozen, Garage, Jacks, The Club, Bistrot, Circuit Techno CGR edition, We Love Techno, Technopride, Big Field festival, Technoeste and several others in many cities. Top DJs such as Mau Mau, Murphy, Anderson Noise, Preach, Agoria, Sterac, Basement, Luiz Pareto, Dave Shok, Renato Cohen and Renato Ratier. Rodrigo Gel is currently being devoted to their productions and their songs are receiving attention from several labels and are being played by top DJs such as Funk Da Void, Mau Mau, Paula Chalup among others. Progrezo Records 174th installment comes from the hands of a solid team born in Brazil, who have been involved within the electronic music since over enough years as Djs performing all over the country, besides producing for hottest record labels around the world as well. Gare Mat K's Progrezo Records imprint welcomes Paula Chalup & Audio Go with their debut release, 'Rebirth' including overwhelming remixes from newcomers Fellini, Mateus B, Daniel Carbo & Rodrigo Gel. First on the list, Paula Chalub & Audio Go delivers a tribalistic techy house rhythm, moody and bubbling with precise elements, it brings an infected beat to the dance floor. Next on the list Fellini' interpretation delivers a top notch techy ambience with modern beat and wide atmospheres, bringing a perfect temperature of modern music for a sophisticated crowd. Debutant Mateus B. features an unstoppable rhythm of high quality techy house beats, cutting kick and arranging on the fly with infected efx, his interpretation brings to the package a danceable touch of perfection. Next on the list Diogo Bacchi shows his most prolific side as producer, delivering a funky version with solid bass line and wide percussions, bringing a Balearic atmosphere with dynamic beats. Last on the list but not least; Daniel Carbo & Rodrigo Gel delivers a groovy rhythm with kind of battery elements surrounded by a big ambience of delayed notes and elements, bringing to their mix authenticity and solidity. There are wonderful tweaks of the bass throughout the cut, which guide it to moments of uproar. As core of The New Generation, is a beat consisting of crude drum samples precisely placed an infectious mix for your feet.