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A Different Brand of House

Compiling this mix brought me to different moments in my career. There are hypnotic elements that remind me of the days in 2001 on tour with Oakenfold. There are sections that bring me back to a techno underground at a basement in Manhattan just a year ago. There are funky elements that remind me of sets in San Francisco. This mix is all about different house music styles coming together and every track has been remixed or edited just for this album. I hope you enjoy it half as much as I did making it. As always...thanks for listening. -D:FUSE

Another great set from one of my absloute favorites

Thanks again for the endless hour of good music.. Thanks for playing Miami this year again.. Hope to see you next year back in the sunny warm shores of Miami... Swede


Once again D:Fuse delivers the goods. This mix has so much variety - house, tech house, progressive house- but is still a seamless journey. You can't wait to see what's around the corner. Just enough vocals and melody. Loads of great energy! Great for working out, road trippin' or the after party! Buy this mix- you won't regret it!


Born: Austin, TX

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The hottest DJ to come out of Texas is a ten-gallon-hat-wearin', beat-thumpin' wunderkind with a penchant for progressive beats. Though he was not always an electronica specialist, his background in industrial music made it easy to segue into the underground club scene. The Austin native left behind his former identity as part of the band Culture Industry, trading it for a place behind the turntables and a new name: D:Fuse. After just a few years on the scene, he quickly discovered his niche within...
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