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Compost Black Label #74

by DJ Le Roi

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Le Roi’s studio productions have fast earned him a reputation as an artist who can work a vocal with style. His first release was the underground hit “I Get Deep” with Roland Clark, which still receives heavy support from Luciano amongst many others. These tracks on Compost Black Label are repeating chime to hypnotic space, with powerful tough beats and chords. Energy with warmth and vibe.
By far DJ Le Roi is the most exciting export from Switzerland since Rolex began trading, DJ Le Roi’s popularity is escalating on the international Dance Music scene.

Le Roi first began to fulfil his dream at the ripe age of 18 by fusing an eclectic mix of hiphop and house music. Veering more towards house music as time went on, Le Roi quickly became a regular DJ on the Swiss party circuit and earned a strong reputation for delivering impressive sets.

He quickly secured an impressive residency at Atlantis in Basel after his initial set rocked the dancefloor, which in turn threw a seemingly unlimited number of sets at him from numerous other clubs across the country. Playing with other credible DJs such as Jimpster, Gorge, Tiefschwarz, DJ Spen, Liquid People, Jon Cutler, Kiko Navarro, Quentin Harris, Alix Alvarez or Copyright, Le Roi secured himself as a talented DJ that knew no bounds. He has played around the world to crowds in America, UK, Holland, Georgia, Albania and France amongst others.

Le Roi released on Labels like MN2S (UK),. Gogo Music (Germany), Ultra Records (USA), Tapas (Spain), Deeptown (Switzerland), Reelgroove (UK), Compost (Germany)

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released February 4, 2011

CPT 370-1

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