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Customer Reviews

Beautiful thing keeps getting better

D:Fuse & Hiratzka outdo themselves again. Glad to have another album from them to get me through the day.

Excellent!

An amazing follow up to the first Clubbing In Lost Angeles, D:Fuse & Hiratzka consistently mix some of the best progressive and house around and this album is no exception. Definitely worth checking out!

Track feedback we've gotten from the album

Dubfire"5/5" Hybrid (Chris Hybrid) "Really like the tracks. 5/5" Judge Jules "Cool!" Sasha "Full Support!" Markus Schulz "Tundra White!" Christopher Lawrence "Nice Progressive sound. 5/5" Andy Moor "Like Tundra white, thanks for sending" The Scumfrog "Working well in my sets." Mark Knight's Toolroom Radio (Wesley S) "Growling Baby! 4/5!" Flash Brothers "Very cool progressive house mix! 5/5" Cid Inc "...really nice, love the intense break!" Jerome Isma-Ae "4 Stars" Miss Nine "5 Stars" Taucher "Groovy electronic music with 70's 80's and 90's influences 2010 quality. 5/5" Swedish Egil "Love it. 5/5" Darin Epsilon "Lost Angeles always delivers the goods!"

Biography

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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Clubbing in Lost Angeles, Vol. 2 - Peak Hour, D:Fuse
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Dance, Music
  • Released: Jun 08, 2010

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