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Wayne G

Wayne G

Wayne G


Wayne’s djing debut was at London's infamous Red Heart party in April 1996, performing alongside Grace Jones and for a dancefloor of 3,000. His overnight success saw him joining ranks with legendary djs working London's non-stop nightlife. Warriors at Turnmills (home of Trade) made him a resident, alongside Blu Peter and Mrs. Wood. It provided a leap into the big league and brought a huge underground following. He joined forces later that year with QX Magazine's Stewart Who? in an experimental studio collaboration. Read more on Last.fm
Wayne’s djing debut was at London's infamous Red Heart party in April 1996, performing alongside Grace Jones and for a dancefloor of 3,000. His overnight success saw him joining ranks with legendary djs working London's non-stop nightlife. Warriors at Turnmills (home of Trade) made him a resident, alongside Blu Peter and Mrs. Wood.

It provided a leap into the big league and brought a huge underground following. He joined forces later that year with QX Magazine's Stewart Who? in an experimental studio collaboration. The track was called 'Twisted' and started as a satirical poke at the '48 hour London club lifestyle. It quickly exploded into one of the year's biggest underground anthems. Its unforgettable opening line, 'Excuse me do you fuck as well as you dance?' had djs from around the globe dropping the accapella over everything.

Major labels battled over the track as clubber's and DJ's fought for copies. Danny Tenaglia personally asked to remix the track, and in 1998 the re-release of 'Twisted' brought worldwide sales of 150,000. The unexpected success led to the critically acclaimed album 'Through the K-hole'. Heaven in London asked Wayne to join their esteemed staff in April 1997, and he has remained their main floor resident ever since. Wayne has gone on to play huge parties all over the world, including Sydney Mardi Gras 2000, Sydney Mardi Gras 2001, White Party 2000, Berlin Love Parade 96/97/98, World Pride 1999/2000, the Adventjah festivals in Australia, Sydney’s infamous Harbour Party 2002 and Fire Islands Independence Day Party along with the prestigious Fire Island Party (pines 2001). He is booked for gigs around the world until well into 2003 including Sydney Gay Games, Viva Las Vegas and San Francisco’s Folsom Street Fair. His production work accelerated since 1998, starting with a remix on Cher's 'Believe'.

After the No. 1 hit, he went on to remix Madonna, Kylie Minogue, Backstreet Boys, Jimmy Somerville, Holly Johnson, Billie Ray Martin, Whitney Houston, Mary Kiani, N-Trance, Lonnie Gordon, Miquel Brown, Dana International, Love inc., Modern Talking, The Gibson Brothers, Candi Staton, Shola Ama, Olive and N-tyce to name but a few. He has developed a unique, hi-nrg euro sound for the vocal dance mixes that he creates specifically for the Heaven dancefloor. It has become his trademark sound at circuit parties and raves around the world. He still produces with Stewart Who? under their hard house guise of 'Twisted' and the current single entitled 'Get your hands off my gram' has just caused another fight amongst the labels and looks like yet another success to add to his infamous repertoire.

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This is the best track ever. I have 5 versions on vinyle....Others and the one with Katy Perry was mean.....like ya styles dude.....
by Brett Castle 2010-06-05 02:49:27
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