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Miami-based DJ/Producer George Acosta begun spinning records while in his teens, emerging as a staple of the underground rave circuit thanks to his appearances at clubs including the Omen, Le Boom, Mach 1, XS Frankfurt, the Shadow Lounger and the Love Parade. The founder of his own Waxhead Records label, Acosta remixed everyone from b-52's to Ultra Nate in additiong to issuing his own records, which include 1997's Miami Beach Bash, Volume 2 and 2000's Awake. The double series Release: AM Edition and Release: PM Edition followed in early 2001. He and trance guru ATB collaborated on Trance Nation AMerica, Volume 2 later that summer.
Among the many current projects that bring Acosta around the world, perhaps the most exciting is his Mint Musik Digital music distribution company. As the advancement of digital technology speeds faster and faster, only those who embrace the digital age will survive. New artists and records are being signed to Mint Musik Digital in exclusive distribution deals, with news being announced soon.
Catch George Acosta on the radio each week across the U.S. during his “Lost World” show on SIRIUS SATELLITE RADIO, Area 33 (www.Sirius.com). In 2006, George Acosta broke DJ MAGAZINE’s annual “Top 100 DJs” poll at 59, alongside the world’s biggest DJs. Current remixes include an edit of Jon Secada’s “Window,” a track that charted in BILLBOARD MAGAZINE’s Top 20 upon its release
Matan Zohar was born in London, Great Britain in April of 1990. His parents then split up and he found himself living in Cleveland by the time he was 1. There he was brought up by his mother who was a professional violinist and there was a strong musical ethos within the household. His dad came and visited him when he was 8 and bought him a guitar. Ever since then he has been obsessed with writing his own music.
In 2001 he moved back to London to live with his dad. By then he was in love with Daft Punk and had all thier albums. He started writing Midis on his computer very much in the style of Daft Punk and other French house artists. Online he discovered more genres and cultures. This led him into the whole trance scene. This is when he decided to produce music. He listened to internet radio stations such as digitally imported for inspiration. This is where he discovered Progressive Dance music and immediately adopted the style. He worked with the style with track after track. Sometimes he would produce three good quality tracks over a weekend. Now he is trying to get a more professional sound and is currently trying to get a record deal. His music has now been played (roughly) all over the world.
George Acosta / Mat Zo