Radioshowsquote:Vorsprung Durch Technik (or ‘Advantage through technology’ in English) pretty much sums up the typical German stereotype. Super efficient, groundbreaking and full of innovation. If Mercedes are this to the motoring world then Cosmic Gate are paralleled within the world of electronic music. After a chance meeting at a record label head office in Germany, Claus Terhoeven (Nic Chagall) and Stefan Bossems (Bossi) have created and inspired some of the most influential music ever to hit our dance floors over the past decade. Today, Cosmic Gate are rated number 23 in the online directory of the worlds leading DJs at DJlist.com whilst remaining a permanent fixture, positioned for three consecutive years inside the DJ Mag top 100 confirming Cosmic Gate amongst the elite of dance music’s most famous and popular DJ duos. During the trance boom of the late nineties no DJ set would have been complete without the sounds of Cosmic Gate. Original productions such as The Drums, Back To Earth, Exploration of Space, The Truth, Raging and the unforgettable Fire Wire, which reached 9 in the UK charts and dominated DJ record boxes, homes and car stereos across the globe for the majority of the synth filled millennium year. In Germany the act have seen unequivocal fame with no less than seven chart top 40 singles to their name along with two artist albums ‘Rhythm & Drums’ and ‘No more Sleep’ rocketing their way into the album charts. Success after success with their own original productions has been accompanied by an impressive repertoire of Cosmic Gate remixes, for artists including Tiesto (Urban Train), Ferry Corsten (Punk), Blank & Jones (DFF), Svenson & Gielen (Answer the Question) and Vanessa Mae (White Bird) to name not all, but a few. Behind the decks, Cosmic Gate can be found week in week out performing at the worlds leading clubs from Velfarre in Tokyo to Glow in Washington and from The Gallery in London to Sydney’s massive Home club. European festivals such as the legendary Nature One, Mysteryland and Trance Energy have paved the way for the Cosmic Gate DJ experience to be appreciated in full effect. Regular DJ appearances on every continent have given Cosmic Gate the chance to reach their truly global fan base. Cosmic Gate have always been, first and foremost about their fans. The ability to adapt their musical style with the ever changing face of dance music has seen the Cosmic Gate sound develop and move on from the harder edge trance of the 90ies through to their current, more progressive yet still driving energetic music style. In Summer 2005 Cosmic Gate released Back 2 Back vol. 2, the second part of their mix compilation series distributed through the worlds leading trance label Black Hole Recordings. A superb testament to their popularity with sales figures continuing to soar into the thousands. Now Cosmic Gate are looking forward to release their third artist album named Earth Mover, arguably their best yet. Comprising a mixture of vocal and instrumental tracks the album combines progressive elements with trance, techno, tech-house, electro and house. The thirteen track artist album will not only include their single hits Ultra Curve, Bilingual and I Feel Wonderful (feat. Jan Johnson), it also features their latest single Should’ve Known (feat. Tiff Lacey). The longplayer Earth Mover delivers a phenomenal blend of driving cool club tracks, a certain for airplay from the worlds other leading DJs and set to edge Cosmic Gate in the same direction they have been moving throughout the past decade – right to the top.
http://www.tranceaddict.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=470295&perpage=12&forumid=&pagenumber=1quote:Op zondag 20 april 2008 02:09 schreef star_gazer het volgende:
OK, ID plzx!
Put your hands up in the air Let the DJ know how you feel Nederland make some noise Ik pleit voor een landelijk verbod op MCs.quote:Op zondag 20 april 2008 03:19 schreef Kinga het volgende:
Wat haat ik die gast die er steeds doorheen lult. Klinkt bekend, is dezelfde als bij Tiesto toch?
Dan weten we waar we de plaatjes kunnen kopen. Zou Armin die MC nou zelf bedacht hebben?quote:Op zondag 20 april 2008 03:29 schreef star_gazer het volgende:
Ik snap niet wat de lol er van is, als de muziek goed is gaan de mensen vanzelf juichen. En verder zijn de meer stille momenten in trance ook belangrijk, daar moet ie niet doorheen geen lullen.quote:Op zondag 20 april 2008 03:31 schreef hp22 het volgende:
Dat is Strech, vind hem nog wel meevallen. Bij zo'n groot evenement vind ik een mc nog wel acceptabel, moet ie niet té veel gaan roepen natuurlijk