For over a decade Liquid Ross has been shaping the new sound of Trance on the dancefloors of the UK, . . . from the seminal Liquid Connective parties through to becoming label manager and chief A+R for Liquid Records and now his residency at London’s premiere dance music venue Matter.
Liquid Ross has also played all over the globe at some of the worlds most prestigious Trance events including including Time and Space (Mexico), Boom Festival (Portugal), Universo Paralello (Brazil), Rainbow Serpent (Australia), Trimutri Festival (Russia), Aurora Festival (Greece), Glastonbury, Sunrise and Glade Festivals in the UK and many more.
As well as Trance, Liquid Ross also plays Techno and Progressive and some Ambient, Electro and Breaks.
Also check compilation album releases available on CD from Amazon and the Liquid Records website and digital download from iTunes and Beatport.
Morten Granau cuts his teeth on Trance music. DJing and producing already at a barely legal age, the . . . young man from Copenhagen today is held to be one of the most up-and-coming talents of the lively Danish scene, a youthful and highly dynamic source of pumping Progressive grooves. It is 2001 when 13-year old Morten discovers the realm of ‘adult pleasures’ – one of the most fascinating ones being Psytrance. Instantly hooked he starts creating own tracks on his computer, also he gets into DJing. At the age of only 15 he is setting on fire the floors at legendary local clubs of his hometown. Morten Granau’s production style is varied and hard to pinpoint. There is a very deep and psychedelic touch of classic Progressive Trance to it, but also a modern feeling of clubby funkiness. Together with his good friend Phaxe he gains first attention with the track “The Grudge”, released under the duo’s project name High & Mighty. The title that marks a turning point in his solo career is “The Way Life Should Be” which gains great international feedback when being published in 2008. The increasing popularity of Morten’s entertaining grooves makes him a welcome guest at parties and festivals around the world. Besides releasing high-quality Progressive Trance under his civic name and creating progressive and deep house tracks as High & Mighty, the young go-getter is also known as the One Man Orchestra which stands for melodic Minimal Techno and Deephouse.
Nick is officially the youngest DJ and producer in the world to enter the top 100 DJ list at age 20 . . . in 2000 the first of what would become a Mecca for clubland saw him enter at 74 , this was 2 places ahead of The Chemical Brothers, and immediately set him off around the worlds Superclubs and Festivals such as Ministry of Sound , Cream and Godkitchen . At age 17 he was signed as the In house studio engineer at Nukleuz Records and his first solo Vinyl “Musical Rush” went straight to the airwaves of prim time Friday Radio 1 BBC for Judge Jules Weekend warm up at 7pm and the follow up Digital Dialogue was KissFM’s BigBeat of the week on Trade legend Pete Wardman’s religiously followed Clubland show, from here the remixes for Major labels EMI Virgin , Warners, Sony, Ministry, Incentive, AMPM , and DATA flowed in and with UK Top 10 smash Time to Burn remix tearing through Ibiza and Global events , he found himself on a release on MOS at the No.3 position in the BBC UK Top40 at age 21. Subsequently following this with aTop20 score on the remix for Mauro Picotto’s – Komodo during his relentless reign over Euro Techno in 2002 Nick was now known as Boy Wonder in Mixmag reviews as Single of the month was awarded to so many of Nicks tracks and Remixes by 2003 that Internet sites such as Harderfaster were finding lengthy forums and threads from dance fans trying to work out if anyone could name a less than superb quality production in 4-5 years at the top of the scene, not one was discovered , and this is a sure sign of Nick’s constant desire to always push himself to stay one step ahead and never settle for anything other than creating Dance music that turns heads, re styles entire genres, and sets trends in studio techniques and won’t settle back to cruise control, but press the pedal to the metal and move forwards at all times. Nick was personally chosen by Paul Oakenfold to relaunch legendary label Perfecto when it at led the Digital market with rare remix alongside Astrix of 90’s Top 20 smash by Man with no Name “Teleport” and this topped the Beatport Psy Trance Charts staying put at no 3 for several weeks in the top 100 and after this Nick had a No.1 remix for Armada on Trackitdown with Matt Everson “Heist” and then a string of powerful anthems in the top 10 on Beatport with Nocturnal, Kinetic, Meridian, Electrify, Sylo, Threshold and remixes for Indecent Noise and Tom Colontonio which cemented his place in the Global elite of Production talents and with BBC Tech trance resident Simon Patterson awarding “Nocturnal” his tune of the year in 2011 in Dj mag and mega mixing Meridian and Electrify together in his revered Radio 1 Essential mix shortly after , Nick was at one of the most creatively exciting and in demand producers on the planet. Time to relax and be satisfied ? Not even close, he followed this phase in 2012 with the chart topping smash Freefalling /Affinity EP on Reset Records with a memorable Vocal lead from Lizzie Curious that Armin Van Burrin Premiered on A State of Trance Radio and kindly whipped the B side out to fans a few days later on the ASOT Podcast. With well over 30,000 plus hits on YouTube this is Again proof that Nick keeps climbing the ladders of success and you can guarantee , he won’t be stopping there , his 4th Artist studio album is now fully underway, and is set to shake the dance and electronic genres up once again with his unique way of carving fresh ways of pushing music technology while putting countless smiles and hands in the air madness at festivals and clubs the world over. Follow Nick at www.soundcloud.com/nicksentience
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