TV Rock - In The Air (Axwell Remix) [Axtone]

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Post sobieski90229 Sep 2013, 19:59

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House5 wrote:So who is that Luke Chable ? Prob another name for LBL... I always thought so
I was wondering that also, but isn't LBL names something like Cornelius van Schlepenhagen? :lol:
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Post Supermode29 Sep 2013, 22:02

I knew he co-produced it, but never got an answer why he wasn't/didn't wanted to be mentioned in the title.

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Post Gigo02 Oct 2013, 21:21

lol guys, LBL is short for Laidback Luke, Luke Chable has nothing to do with him, and yes, he produced the track at first place. Not allowed to tell you more though so lets keep it this way ;)
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Post Gigo09 Nov 2013, 23:13

lol guys I accidentaly deleted this wallpaper, can someone pleas reupload it for me? :(
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Post Gigo10 Nov 2013, 11:17

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Post olivierM17 Nov 2013, 14:13

traveller wrote:Thanks for the kind words folks..

If you do some research on me you'll find my older (pre 2006) stuff is mostly progressive house, progressive breaks, deep house, and tribal. With an odd chill out track for good measure. Whilst I don't really understand "noisey" music like electro house, it's still the most popular sound in a lot of Australian clubs. We're hoping to give people an alternative to that sound with our new records, so stay tuned. I got into this business becuase I loved the music and melodies of early house, trance and techno.

Time to bring some of that back.

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It's quite fun to see this when you hear tracks like Kukatu, BOOM or his remix of walden "first day". The guy finally had to produce noisy music too.
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Post camheine18 Nov 2013, 01:40

olivierM wrote:
traveller wrote:Thanks for the kind words folks..

If you do some research on me you'll find my older (pre 2006) stuff is mostly progressive house, progressive breaks, deep house, and tribal. With an odd chill out track for good measure. Whilst I don't really understand "noisey" music like electro house, it's still the most popular sound in a lot of Australian clubs. We're hoping to give people an alternative to that sound with our new records, so stay tuned. I got into this business becuase I loved the music and melodies of early house, trance and techno.

Time to bring some of that back.

Ivan Gough.
It's quite fun to see this when you hear tracks like Kukatu, BOOM or his remix of walden "first day". The guy finally had to produce noisy music too.
hahaha nice find. Who knows, maybe his tastes changed? :lol:
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Post trebleandsonido22 Nov 2013, 16:15

camheine wrote:
olivierM wrote:
traveller wrote:Thanks for the kind words folks..

If you do some research on me you'll find my older (pre 2006) stuff is mostly progressive house, progressive breaks, deep house, and tribal. With an odd chill out track for good measure. Whilst I don't really understand "noisey" music like electro house, it's still the most popular sound in a lot of Australian clubs. We're hoping to give people an alternative to that sound with our new records, so stay tuned. I got into this business becuase I loved the music and melodies of early house, trance and techno.

Time to bring some of that back.

Ivan Gough.
It's quite fun to see this when you hear tracks like Kukatu, BOOM or his remix of walden "first day". The guy finally had to produce noisy music too.
hahaha nice find. Who knows, maybe his tastes changed? :lol:
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