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The Touch

The Touch is the name of several artists: 1) an Adelaide, South Australia based indie/pop/rock group. http://www.myspace.com/thetouchyew 2) a drum and Bass producer from Newcastle upon Tyne, UK http://www.myspace.com/thetouchy1 3) a trio from Gothenburg, Sweden making techno-infused pop tracks or pop-infused techno tracks. http://www.thetouch.se 4) a Perth, Western Australia based rock group. http://www.myspace.com/thetouchband 5) a former Dallas-based rock band called The Touch.

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Arty

Artem Stolyarov, or Arty for short, is one of a rising breed of Russian trance producers now starting to make their mark on the scene.
The Moscow-based producer's tracks pop up all over the place, although it's probably with the succession of vinyl he's delivered on the Anjunabeats label that he's most closely associated.
This year, his clean, uplifting sound has made him new friends in both the pure trance and house fanbases, no small part of which was down to another fan, one Ferry Corsten, picking up on a track he made under another of his alter egos, Alpha 9.

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Paul Oakenfold

Paul Oakenfold (born August 30, 1963 in Greenhithe, Kent, England) is a world famous DJ and producer, whose works have helped define the mainstream of trance & elecronica. Not only does Paul Oakenfold produce records, but he also mixes them. In 1987 he spent several months in Ibiza with a few friends and fell in love with dance club music. Oakenfold produced "Happy Mondays' Pills 'n' Thrills and Bellyaches" before producing for U2, Massive Attack, Simply Red and New Order (to name a few).

Marco V

From well-known tracks like 'Indicator', 'Simulated' and 'Godd' through to present-day productions such as 'Second Bite', 'More Than A Life Away' and 'Red Blue Purple', and his successful updates of widely regarded classics such as 'Café Del Mar' and 'Loops & Tings Relooped', Marco V's discography is considerably extensive. On the decks he develops his personal style, incorporating anything from electro to techno.

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BT

Brian Transeau (born Brian Wayne Transeau on October 4, 1971, in Rockville, Maryland) is an American musician who records under the stage name BT. Classically trained from the age of 13, he attended Berklee College of Music in Boston for one year before dropping out and moving to Los Angeles, California, and then back to Washington, D.C.. From an early age, BT, demonstrated a remarkable aptitude for playing and understanding classical music. He was heavily influenced by avant-garde and romantic composers such as Stravinsky, Bartok, Debussy and Rachmaninov.

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A*S*Y*S

A*S*Y*S (Acid Save Your Soul), is the alias of German producer/DJ Frank Ellrich. Frank Ellrich has long been an icon of the hard edged scene, however it is his ability to evolve and remain at the very cutting edge that has seen him rise above many of his contemporaries- Frank is unquestionably hard dance royalty. Although cutting his teeth alongside Kai Tracid as part of the Tracid Traxxx mafia, Frank has since spread his wings aligning himself with the Straight On Black crew from Holland.

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Giuseppe Ottaviani

Giuseppe Ottaviani (born in 1978) is an Italian trance music producer. After the music project NU NRG, which he did together with Andrea Ribeca, he is working and producing solo since 2005. Most of his tracks are released on the label VANDIT Records, such as Linking People, Through Your Eyes and No More Alone with the vocals of Stephen Pickup[1]. Giuseppe Ottaviani also worked with DJ and producer Paul van Dyk on two tracks of his album In Between, which are Far Away and La Dolce Vita.

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Araabmuzik

"I Got the name ARAAB was back in 02…My nigga had gave me that name ‘cause I didn’t have an alias or nothing like that nam sayin so I ran with it. In 05 I added the MUZIK ‘cause that's what you're listening to when you hear my muzik Araab Muzik" "My influences growing up were pretty much based on the producers. I didn't really listen to the artist ‘cause that wasn't my thing. If the beat caught my attention then I would like the song nam sayin. The beat is pretty much what everyone listens to first then the artist."