Ronski Speed and Noel Sanger @ Rumor

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Ronski Speed german dj & producer:

Well known for tracks like “The Space We Are”, “E.O.S. Satallite” with Above & Beyonds – Oceanlab ft. Justine Suissa, “Lasting Light” with Emma Hewitt, “All The Way” with Aruna, “Deep Devine” & “A Sign” with Ana Criado, “Incognition” & “Soulseeker” with Stoneface & Terminal and “I’m Alone” as Sun Decade. Remixer for Above & Beyond, Armin Van Buuren, Markus Schulz, Andy Moor, Mori Kante, ATB & Heather Nova.
Played in 70 countires and all the continets around the world. from the legendary Love Parade, Nature One, Mayday to Clubs like Ministry Of Sound – London or Pacha – New York.

Noel Sanger:

In his decade and a half behind the decks, Noel Sanger has touched down on 4 continents, appeared on some of the best labels in the world of dance music, toured for two years with Tiesto (the biggest DJ name of all time) and released hundreds of productions worldwide, not to mention his 6 DJ mix compilations in North America. Even studio guru BT sought out Noel to program on his sessions for Tiesto’s Grammy-nominated “Elements of Life” CD. He co-produced Markus Schulz’ mega-hit “Perfect” in 2008, and was tapped to create club-worthy beats for popstar Ricky Martin. He has current and upcoming releases on labels such as Spinnin’, Nervous, and High Contrast, and his own label, Dissident Music, goes from strength to strength with support from the global DJ elite. Any given weekend Noel can be found satisfying the world’s dancefloors, winning over new fans by the hundreds, and leading the clubbing masses to the inevitable conclusion that, as Sander Van Doorn said recently “Noel Sanger is as hot as anyone in the US at the moment.”

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