| ARTIST DJ STYLE|
DJ Style is from New York City and has held residencies at
Limelight, Liquids, Float, China Club and Ivy. He also made
several guest performances at Tunnel, Sound Factory, Club
New York, Cream, Mission, Deep, Copacabana and
Clevelander (Miami, WMC 2005) and Ultra Music Festival
(Miami, WMC 2006), to name a few. His diverse dj sets take
you on a journey through the sounds of tribal, progressive,
tech and breaks.
On the international level, Style has appeared on the
London music TV show "30 Second Pitch" and on the Turkey
music TV show "New York, NY". He has also performed in
Germany at Rockopera and Night Flight.
Style's first release "Go Get A", appeared on Barely There
Records and debuted at #9 on the Plastic Fantastik Chart in
the UK with a remix by Marscruiser, which had strong
support by Chris Fortier and D-Fuse. Loop Saviors (Style &
Drew Quick) track on BTR "Ghost" reached #1 on Downtown
Records Hard House Chart and #5 on MP3.com's Hard Trance
Style then followed up with "Attack", which was released on
Mpls Ltd Records vinyl compilation "Global Infrastructure".
He remixed DJ Animal’s "Lick Your Lips" and "Groove" for
Promo Records. Under the Style & Zor alias, he has
remixed vocal artists including Cyre, Anna DeSilver, and
Sandra Allen from MoDu Productions.
In 2002, Style formed Knob Records, and is Director/A&R
at Knob. His initial appearance on Knob was on the debut
release "Dude", which received much industry support
In 2005, DJ Style released on Knob his first progressive
break single titled "So Bad". Along with a remix by Midnight
Society & Rick Corbo, it has received massive industry
support. "So Bad"
reached #1 on the Evolution Record Pool chart, #12 on the
Balance Record Pool chart and #14/50 on Rickett's Record Pool.
On the remix tip, Knob Records featured Style & Zor
remixes of Bass Rokwell’s "South Amerikan FyreFlies" and
DJ Apple’s "Graveyard Shift" which received an M8/M8 in
the December 2005 issue of M8 Magazine, UK. Style & Zor were voted #22 of
the best djs in the tribal house genre on thedjlist.com.
For 2006, DJ Style performed along with DJ Apple at the
Ultra Music Festival in Miami for the WMC. He also released his debut compilation on Knob,
"Global Tribal Nation".
In 2007, Knob Records released DJ Style - "So Bad 2007".
Style's track featuring Lady Life titled, "LifeStyle" was released on Germany label Global Ritmico. He also appeared on Christian Records with remixes of Cristian Paduraru's "Positive Education".
In 2008, Knob's 30th release was Style's highly anticipated tribal compilation, "Turn the Knob Up!",
followed up by a minimal, tech-house, techno compilation, "Tech-Know".
Also, a re-release of "Global Tribal Nation".
In addition, there were DJ Style Knob Remixes of DJ Groovy's, "End of the New World",
Benny Blazin's, "Psychedelic",
Da Silva & Lino's, "Baby Let's Play House",
Thee-O's, "The Music Makes Me",
and DJ Dextro's "Komandos" on Filthy Groovin Records. Knob's 50th release was a seamlessly mixed compilation by DJ Style called "Free House".
Knob Records final release and DJ Style's 5th compilation of 2008 was "Kilimanjaro".
For additional information, check out his official website:
Press Kit: DJStylePressKit.pdf
| ARTIST DJ STYLE|
| DJ STYLE - HAPPY NEW YEAR 2006! |
Live from NYC - 10 Hour Vinyl Set!!!
1 Rane MP 24z, 2 Technic 1200's, 100% Vinyl
For Promotion Only! All rights reserved.
This mix contains favorite tunes of the past years and some new exclusive Knob ones. Enjoy the ride!
Click here to listen!
| KNOB @ ULTRA MUSIC FESTIVAL (MIAMI, WMC 2006) |
Knob made its debut at ULTRA and it was one
special event! DJ Apple and DJ Style
tore up the decks dropping new Knob releases. Also, the debut of DJ Style's track titled, "LifeStyle" was at ULTRA and signed to Germany label Global Ritmico run by Knob's own David Phillips.
| KNOB004 Review: M8 Magazine, UK (December 2005 Issue) |
DJ Apple 'Graveyard Shift/Nightbreed' (KNOB)
"I've been told this is the first published review of anything from Knob Records, so I'm very proud to be able to say that you heard it here first as your going to hear a lot from this fantastically named label. This is actually the 4th release but by far the best so far. First up is the Style & Zor remix of 'Graveyard Shift' which is set to raise a few neck hairs with it's powerful synths. Wait till you hear 'Nightbreed' though! Relentless tribal-tech which breaks into one of the best and darkest melodies I've heard for a long long time. You need this as much as you need to breathe!"
M8/M8 (Derek Taylor)