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Pascal Feliz

Pascal Feliz

Pascal Feliz


Pascal Feliz started his career as a dj at the age of 17. Before that he was already involved in making music because he was the lead guitarist and songwriter of a band he played in for 5 years. Pascal was soon invited to play at a trendy dance cafe in the city of Eindhoven where he became a resident dj. There he obtained a lot of experience and he was able to develop his dj skills before a large crowd. After 2 years Pascal was asked to play at the amazing Modern Dance Club Hollywood. There he became resident dj together with Marcel Woods. Read more on Last.fm
Pascal Feliz started his career as a dj at the age of 17. Before that he was already involved in making music because he was the lead guitarist and songwriter of a band he played in for 5 years. Pascal was soon invited to play at a trendy dance cafe in the city of Eindhoven where he became a resident dj. There he obtained a lot of experience and he was able to develop his dj skills before a large crowd. After 2 years Pascal was asked to play at the amazing Modern Dance Club Hollywood.

There he became resident dj together with Marcel Woods. In all the years as a dj, Pascal has always been searching for new sounds so he could give his crowd the latest in dance music. He developed himself in different styles of house music such as trance, tech-trance and hard-trance. Pascal decided to focus more on producing music so he created his own studio and this resulted in his first release in 1999. He also started making records at the Rytmic Studio's together with Marcel woods.

Together they produced the first Pascal Feliz record and tracks such as "Feel the Drums". Later on Pascal started the Walt&Feliz project together with Walt. They managed to create a new unique sound within the hard-trance genre. Their first record Endless was released on three different labels such as Sony, Fusion and Dos or Die. The Walt&Feliz records 'Endless', 'Expansion' and 'Funk'd' became a huge success and reached the number 1 position in charts around the world.

Due to this Pascal has played in countries all over the globe. In 2005 Pascal released his first record on Spinnin' Records. 'Ignition' was played by all major dj's and Mixmag reviewed it as Spinnin's best release so far. Pascal's solo records can best be described as tech-trance with electronic influences. In 2006 'Expansion' was chosen as the best trance record of the past 5 years in Australia. Last year Pascal started his own radioshow 'From inside the speakers'.

It's already broadcasted in different countries such as Germany, Hungary and Argentina. Besides being a dj and producer, Pascal also finished his Dutch Law study at Tilburg University. THE FUTURE 2007 is going to be the year in which you'll hear a lot from Pascal Feliz. In his new studio located in Eindhoven, Pascal will focus on new solo projects but he will also produce tracks for and with other artists. One of his latest productions, a collaboration with Nenes, is going to be released on High Contrast. The new Pascal Feliz record 'From inside the Speaker' will be released in June 2007. So already 2 releases coming up but that's not all! Pascal already finished three new tracks and they're going to do some serious damage on the dance floors.

More info on these tracks will follow soon... Pascal Feliz is here to stay. THE STUDIO Pascal recieved numerous e-mails about what equipment was used to make tracks like 'Platinum' and 'From Inside the Speaker'. We've taken some photographs of his studio to give you an impression... http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendID=103262968 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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