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Andrea Lai

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Andres Octavio

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B B.L.I.M

C Crystal Method

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Dj brownie

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Dj odeed

DJ Psychotoxin

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Dusk

E EK

F Force of Habit

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M  Mars

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N NPherno

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P Pako & Frederik

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S sHack

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Simon Patterson / Fractl

Sonz of Mecha

Sp4c3r

Stabilizer

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Stisch

Stone People

Subphonic

Switchshift

T Terminalhead

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The Mind Theory

The Rising Unity of Bassworx

Tipper

Tsunami One

Two Lone Swordsmen

U Uncouth Youth

V Vigi

Virtual Mode

W Waveform
SwitchshiftSwitchshift is London based music producer Alastair Lindsay, a relative newcomer to the breaks scene but who has been producing music professionally for the video game industry since 1993. After being fed cds of breaks tunes for a couple of years by a friend, he realised this was the music for him. The sequencer and sampler were cranked up and work began in the summer of 2000.

The initial promotion of Switchshift started via the World Wide Web, which gained great feedback from the outset. The first track freQ uent was snapped up by Maui Motion Arts and used on their film First Light, a film about surfing and surf culture around the world. In early 2001 Switchshift was announced winner of the Hybrid remix competition run by Future Music magazine/Roland UK.

This great response to the music led to demo cd's being sent out to record labels, and within a short space of time two of the four tracks were licensed by Freakaboom Records. The first track Electric Drop was released in August 2001 and, with the help of the 2 Sinners remix on the flip side, was soon getting plenty of playlisting worldwide. With initial support from B.L.I.M, Rennie Pilgrem and Stanton Warriors, to name a few, there then followed, excellent magazine reviews and numerous dj chart listings. This was a great start to Switchshift's vinyl outings.

"Electric Drop - Freakabooms finest moment" - Danny McMillan

The first Switchshift remix, Sheethangers Electraglide also on Freakaboom, was released in October 2001. This remix showed the harder edged side of Switchshift and proved a success on the dancefloors. Following hot on the heels of Electraglide was Dream Catcher, which, initially released as a limited edition through Freakaboom, had to then get repressed.

The icing on the cake for 2001 was when Switchshift was asked by Annie Nightingale to do a mix for her show on Radio 1. Roll on 2002

DISCOGRAPHY

Ambrosia - Lovely, Lovely (Switchshift Remix)
19Box Records (Japan) : [TBC]

Invincible - My Mind (Switchshift Remix)
FREAKABOOM : [TBC]

Switchshift - Head Pressure
NAVIGATION RECORDS: NAV12002 [Sept/Oct 2002]

Switchshift - Creation Of The Humanoids
FREAKABOOM: FRKCD001 [April 2002]

Switchshift - Urban Rainmaker [Boomtronics Sampler 2]
FREAKABOOM: FRKCDV002 [April 2002]

Switchshift - Dream Catcher
BADABOOM: FRKW01 [October 2001]

Sheethanger - Electraglide (Switchshift Remix)
FREAKABOOM: FRK12 [October 2001]

Switchshift - Electric Drop
FREAKABOOM: FRK10 [August 2001]

: http://www.switchshift.co.uk/


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