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Dino Sofos

Dino Sofos

Dino Sofos


Music composer, sound designer and instrumentalist Dino Sofos played keyboards for the London line-up of alternative rock band Fetish. In South Africa, they released 2 album’s and signed with Virgin records. They had a number 1 with their single "So Many Prophets" and supported Smashing Pumpkins, Goo Goo Dolls, The Cult, Skunk Anansie and Lenny Kravitz on their SA tours. After moving to London they played live between 2002-2004 at venues Ocean and Shepherd's Bush Empire and a live performance on BBC World Radio. Read more on Last.fm
Music composer, sound designer and instrumentalist Dino Sofos played keyboards for the London line-up of alternative rock band Fetish. In South Africa, they released 2 album’s and signed with Virgin records. They had a number 1 with their single "So Many Prophets" and supported Smashing Pumpkins, Goo Goo Dolls, The Cult, Skunk Anansie and Lenny Kravitz on their SA tours. After moving to London they played live between 2002-2004 at venues Ocean and Shepherd's Bush Empire and a live performance on BBC World Radio. After the group split up he continued writing his own music and sound design for television and media in the UK. He wrote a chill-out song called "Breathe Sunshine" co-produced by Craigie Dodds (Sugababes/Amy Winehouse producer) and the song was a favourite on the chill-out music scen, voted 4th best single in 2004 by the The Big Chill (music festival) in the UK.

The song caught the attention of international AIDS charity Dance4Life and in 2005 DJ Paul van Dyk who had remixed U2, Depeche Mode, Faithless and Underworld heard the song and offered to remix it for the charity. The original song appeared on compilation albums in Australia and the US and reached no.2 on Apple’s iTunes electronic stores at the end of 2005. It's been remixed by other DJ's including Drum & Bass outfit Black Sun Empire, DJ Irene (US) and G-Spott (Holland). In 2006 he wrote an electronica album called "Awakening" available on download, iTunes and CD. The music is a mix of down-tempo, breakbeat and ambient soundscape songs and had vocals from Lucie Burns who sung with Asian Dub Foundation, and Jose Padilla (Cafe Del Mar). He's written soundtracks for Film and TV trailers including the films "Road to Guantanamo", "All in the Game", "Solaris", "28 Days Later" and "Manchurian Candidate". Under the name Unbroken productions he's co-produced dance remixeswith Damien Chicken which have regularly been featured in the DJ sets of Nick Warren, Digweed , Dave Seaman and Hernan Cattaneo amongst others. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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