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Right place, right time. It's an old cliché, but it's one that's been the definition of Dennis Ferrer's musical career. Just as the dance music world was heading into the world of afro-centric house, Ferrer was there. And then, when it began to embrace the mix of tech and soul, Ferrer was there again, leading the way with his impeccable productions. As Ferrer goes, it seems, so does electronic music. And, as someone who's never content to do the same thing twice, it's clear that he'll be staying on top for years to come.
THE MARTINEZ BROTHERS
If you've ever seen the Martinez Brothers spin, you know that what separates Chris and Steve Martinez from the rest of the pack isn't just their skills, but their seemingly limitless energy. What sets apart the Martinez Brothers is their spirit. By now you've heard about the Martinez Brothers. These guys are practically the definition of new blood. Steve is 21, Chris is 18. For a little perspective on the unlikelihood of their position, consider this: Shelter, the club where the Martinez Brothers learned just about everything they know about house music, opened its doors the same year that Chris was born. Which makes it all the more incredible that Shelter was the Martinez Brothers' first major club gig in 2006.
After shaking the electronic musical scene at his home turf, Venezuela, during the past few years, Andrés Astorga, better known as Trujillo, dedicated himself to consolidate several musical projects as part of an rising and prolific facet as musician/dj/producer. After a brief exile in the city of London during the years 2003-2005 and the connections with it sounds, he returned to his homeland with a fresh vision. Craftsman of the impossible and cultural vehicle of his generation: DJ, remixer, classifier and inexhaustible investigator of trends.