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Dave Crane & John Steel
Tim Cullen / David Anders / The Visionaires

Very Early Support from:
K Klass, Brandon Block, Adam Nics, Shaun Macdonald, 27B (ReFrame Glasgow), Matt Skeoch, Tiernan O'Neill (Armada), Simon Sinfield (Fire Radio), Gavyn Mytchel (Ministry of Sound Radio), Michael Hutchinson (Club Rectify), Dirty Loyal, Erwin Rodriguez (Suka Records), Ginny Koppenhol, James Trystan, Kenny Brian, Lorenzo al Dino, Nik Denton (Toolbox Music/Gaydar), Pentaprism, Peter Gelderblom.

About the release:
Dave Crane and John Steel are two respected artists in their own right and this is the first time that they have collaborated together - Waves is the complete finished product. The remixes are strong on this package produced by the very much in demand Tim Cullen, Kushtee owner David Anders and the in form 'The Visionaires'. John and Dave have come up with a funky Jackin house track with a big piano piece that keeps the excitement and cool vibe to this original mix. Tim Cullen (Toolroom records, Grin recordings, Hotfingers, Skint records) manages to keep the original sound to his remix but adding his signatory chunky tech-house grooves, spliced with main-room progressive house synths. Tim has hit #1 on, trackitdown and traxsource earlier this year with his remix of Good Times (So called Scumbags). David Anders (Owner, Kushtee Records) provides us with a bouncy tribal/tech house version with a deep twist, which gets you moving from the outset. The Visionaires (Owner, Tonic recordings) turns this remix into an electro masterpiece with great piano and euphoric sounds reminiscent of the acid house sounds from back in the 80's. This all round package gives you different genres of house appealing to a wide House audience.

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