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Ronnie Cross

Ronnie Cross

Ronnie Cross


Ronnie Cross started performing in 1997 as SXC, and has notably been involved in many projects around the trance scene including having associated with Paul van Dyk, Lee Haslam, MissXS and Andrea Britton for the purpose of smaller trance communities between the years 2002 and 2005. After taking three years out to concentrate on other commitments and travel, he has recently completed his first web-based album Demonic Angel, and has started work on his new album, code named "Social Experiment". Read more on Last.fm
Ronnie Cross started performing in 1997 as SXC, and has notably been involved in many projects around the trance scene including having associated with Paul van Dyk, Lee Haslam, MissXS and Andrea Britton for the purpose of smaller trance communities between the years 2002 and 2005. After taking three years out to concentrate on other commitments and travel, he has recently completed his first web-based album Demonic Angel, and has started work on his new album, code named "Social Experiment". He can be heard every week on his web-based podcast, Ronnie Cross Wednesday. In 2003 as SXC, he launched the underground trance series, Air which has been sponsorred by various trance communities over the years.

The last Air Mix was released in 2007, however no announcement has yet been made as to whether there will be any further Air mixes, or to say the series has been ended. The last use of the name SXC was in 2007 with the unreleased track SXC - I, however with the launch of the name Ronnie Cross, it was advised the name SXC would be used in the future for house productions, rather than ended. 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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