Progressive Mix Session 1.0


Austin, Texas-based D:FUSE is following hot on the heels of internationally-known DJs such as Paul Oakenfold, Sasha, and Carl Cox. Progressive Mix Session 1.0 is a spirited endeavor that blurs the lines between trance and techno. The entire mix is interwoven with enough fat beats, synthesized textures, and atmospherics to keep even the most cynical electronic music listener from losing interest. This performance shows that D:FUSE can single handedly work a party as well or better than his famous colleagues. Forget hiring a DJ for your next rave party, this disc is all you need.

Moonshine Music, 8525 Santa Monica Blvd. l, West Hollywood, CA 90069, http://www.djdfuse.com.

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