While doing this he met de Leon with whom he teamed up to work on his first productions. At the end of 1997 they had formed DuMonde and released the Trance single "Tomorrow" which gained widespread support from both DJs and radio stations alike. DuMonde came to the attention of German trance legend Talla 2XLC which lead to them remixing Push’s "Universal Nation" and "Love’s Coming Down". Founding the Chaos label to release JamX’s "Das Licht", "Keep it that way" and De Leon’s – "Hold it & Fate", the Jamx and De Leon partnership was producing tracks instantly sought after on the club scene. Together with Chaos, JamX & De Leon pressed on with DuMonde releasing tracks such as See "the Light" and "Just feel free", together with a string of remixes including remixing for the acclaimed Japanese vocalist Ayumi Hamasaki which bought their talent to a market outside Germany. In 2002 the production duo signed up with the German Record label Superstar Recordings releasing "Never look back", a title symbolic of their new moves forward, moves that would eventually see them creating their own respected label F8T and a string of dance classics. For a decade Dumonde were recognised as one of the foremost production and Dj duos on the trance scene, from production collaborations with artists such as Lange and gigs at God’s Kitchen Gatecrasher, Velfarre and other major venues globally they spent the last ten years at the top until deciding to go their own way as solo artists in December 2008 sees Jürgen Mutschall kicking of his solo career with the aptly named track "Liebe". JamX on MySpace Read more on Last.fm.
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