Angel Anx

Artist representation: Worldwide



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With releases on Ministry of Sound, Toolroom, Cr2, Pacha, Azuli… supported by the biggest names in the industry and DJing worldwide alongiside names like Fatboy Slim, Groove Armada, Eric Prydz, Axwell, Afrojack, Benny Benassi, David Guetta, Roger Sanchez, Pete Tong… he is one of the leading exports alongside fellow countrymen Umek and Valentino Kanzyani.

Roger Sanchez described his latest tracks ‘Bubble Gum’ & ‘Boompie’ as techy & jacking, included on Amnesia Ibiza & Azuli Global Guide compilations and can be heard on venues like Tomorrowland, Ushuaia Ibiza, Global Gathering, Sensation White, Pacha & many more.

An invitation to do a producers profile mix on BBC Radio1 proves yet again that Angel Anx as a DJ and producer continues to deliver cutting edge production to listeners seeking quality electronic music.

His project ‘Fatal Song’ was released on Cr2 records, and supported by X-Press 2, Nic Fanciulli, Dj Chus to name but a few. The single appeared on United Nations of House compilation alongside names like Eric Prydz, Tiefschwarz, Steve Angello Danny Howells… Pacha and Def Mix released their Winter Sessions vol.4 mixed by Hector Romero & Juan Diaz who didn’t hesitate to include ‘Fatal Song’ on it also.

Soon after came the awesome ‘Don’t Loose Yourself EP’ on Wax Habit, followed by an explosion of original productions and remixes. Angel & Aleksij’s remix of Chus & Penn’s ‘We Play House’ was supported by Deep Dish, Desyn Masielo & the remix of Def-E ‘Ape Stalking’ was featured on Pure Pacha mixed by Pete Tong & Sarah Main.

Their next track ‘Blow’ appeared on Toolroom Trax with the video reaching third place in the MTV-Adria Dance floor chart.

By summer 2007 his solo single ‘Love Strings’ was making noise all over Ibiza and the world! With support from The Shapeshifters, Bodyrox, Mark Knight and Noir, the track appeared on a Ministry of Sound compilation mixed by Fedde Le Grand & Chrissi D. His next outing, the ‘Diesel Shower EP’ was playlisted by BBC Radio 1 for three weeks, Bob Sinclar’s Radio Show and appeared on both ‘Azuli Miami Headliners’ and ‘In Bed With Space’ compilations.