For 13 years now, Alex Hall has been sowing the seeds of
 quality tracks in the Midwest dance music scene. These
 seeds have grown into a bountiful crop of track work, play
 lists, and gigs that could feed the largest of appetites. The
 former half of the Marscruiser production duo is now on his
 own as a solo artist and is back on the DJ circuit nationwide
 to share his emotional and passionate vision of dance music
 with clubbers everywhere.

 2006 has been a tireless year for Alex in the studio. For the
 first half of the year, Alex Has done several original tracks,
 as well numerous remixes for labels like Toes in the Sand,
 Biohazard Productions, and Knob Records, with upcoming
 remixes for Undermine Records and Pangea Recordings. His
 first solo release, ‘Future Living’, got solid international
 reviews and support from all points on the globe. His new
 side project with partner Bill Voecks will be coming out soon
 on his new label Longhall Recordings under the moniker
 Biont in late 2006.

 His musical style, tagged Breakmeat and Trekhouse, is a
 blend of meaty breakbeat and futuristic Star Trek type
 house. The past few years has seen Alex playing all over the
 U.S. in places like Philadelphia, Washington DC, Los Angeles,
 San Diego, Minneapolis, Chicago, Omaha, New York City,
 Cleveland, St. Louis, Omaha, Kansas City, Austin, Pensacola,
 Spundae in Chicago, and Summerfest in Milwaukee. His DJ
 career has had him opening for the likes of Frankie Bones,
 Green Velvet, Hardfloor, Goldie, DJ Irene and Simply Jeff.
 His DJ sets have found a solid following on the infamous website, as well as on XM Satellite Radio in
 the USA.

 On the production side, Alex has had his tracks played by
 the likes of John Digweed, Lee Burridge, Deepsky, D:Fuse,
 Markus Schulz and Chris Fortier. Alex's tracks have been
 played on BBC Radio 1 and KISS 100 in London, as well as XM
 Satellite Radio in the USA. His tracks have charted on dance
 music charts for Balance Record Pool, Juno Records,
 Release Records, and 3 Beat Digital, and have appeared on
 compilations from Strictly Hype, Fire Recordings, and React

 Original and Remix Productions
 Biont – Luminol / Secant - 2006
 Longhall Recordings – LHR-003
 Chad Cisneros – OpekStrata (Alex Hall Friends and Family
 - Mix) - Knob Records - 2006
 Thee-O and Merlyn Martin – Recent Origin (Alex Hall Nuns of
 - Funk Mix) - Biohazard Digital – BRD-007 - 2006
 Nick Hogendoorn – Meha (Alex Hall Lucky 13 Mix)
 - Toes In The Sand - Unreleased - 2006
 Peter Martin and Jason Jenkins – Austintite (Alex Hall Bad
 - Sushi Mix) - Unsigned - 2006
 Imogen Heap – The Walk (Alex Hall Pulsation Mix)
 - Bootleg Remix - 2006
 Alex Hall – Future Living
 - Longhall Recordings - LHR-001 - 2006
 The Operators – Furball (Marscruiser Mix)
 - Lobotomy Records - LOB-001 - 2004
 Digital Witchcraft – Snowday (Marscruiser Mix)
 Institution Recordings - ION-012 - 2004
 Marscruiser – Aurora - Unreleased - 2002
 Marscruiser – New Life - Unreleased- 2002
 Marscruiser – Insanity Rains
 Fire Recordings - ERIF-013 - 2001
 Loop Saviors – Ghost (Marscruiser Relentless Acid Mix)
 - Barely There Records - BTR-004 - 2000
 DJ Style – Go Get A (Marscruiser Deep Acid Mix)
 - Barely There Records - BTR-003 - 2000
 Marscruiser – Jimmy Parts / Roll and Filter
 - Barely There Records - BTR-001 - 1999
 Marscruiser – Mars AM
 - Released on Cali Drum n Bass Only - 1998
 Story – Same Explosion (Marscruiser Mix)
 - Released on Cali Drum n Bass Only - 1998
 Polywog – Undivided
 - Released on Cali Drum n Bass Only - 1998

 CD Compilation Placements
 Cass: Prologue (Fire Recordings) - 2001
 - Marscruiser – Insanity Rains
 DJ Trancelott @ the Love Parade (SHR/Sunrise) - 2000
 - Marscruiser – Jimmy Parts
 Cali Drum n Bass (React/Max Music) - 1998
 - Marscruiser – Mars A.M.
 - Story - Same Explosion (Marscruiser Mix)
 - Polywog – Undivided

 In 2006, Knob Records features an Alex Hall Remix of,
 Chad Cisneros, “Opek Strata”.

 For additional information, check out the official website:
Alex Hall

Press Kit: AlexHallBio.pdf

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