already supported by steve lawler, michael mayer, marc romboy, ivan smagghe, fafa monteco, nudisco... belgium dj fred hush and fellow music partner noseda are known for their releases on rush hour ltd and kill the dj. they debut on hell yeah with a peaktime sureplayer called >whitenoise< and a piece of moody electronic music, a >classic< in the makin indeed. a truly dynamic techno package as it should be done, no reason to describe it more, just play it and watch your dancefloor go bananas at the breakdowns..
supported by marc romboy, olivier huntemann, nudisco, mugwump, da fresh, jack de marseille, michael forzza, david guetta, dave clark, claudio coccoluto, martin solveig, ivan smagghe and many more... the story goes like this: fred hush went dj-ing to the russian federation. he was invited by shishkanov evgeniy pavlovich (aka eugene for his friends). being a dance producer as well, he proposed >not gay song< to fred hush... just to test him really. fred hush immediately liked the deep 80s minded 120 bpm melody and influenced by the voice of eugene (with a certain depeche mode feeling), fred was immediately interested to sign this wonderful track to the palm beach label as a true potential dancefloor hit!
the west flanders connections, the label owned byfred hush is up for its 3rd release, presenting partner noseda. the first track is called >x-or track< and presents kind of a music storm coming up where old school housey techno impresses with percussion layers. a fat bass bounces towards a very uplifting peak-time break. better get ready for its massive sound! the track was already compiled for a >10 days off< promo cd sampler. after huge response they decided to press the track on vinyl. flipside has >click clack<, a very deep electronic music dj–tool track, beginning in silence but the further you go the more party you get.
rush hour switches back into peak-time mode with this release by belgian fred hush and his recording partner noseda. both tracks are edgy and hypnotic dance floor monsters. >in the dark< is apparently already track of the year for ivan smagghe, while >kanibal< is a favorite with luciano
dj fred hush is back for more on the palm beachrecords. the label from brussels is starting to get real famous in country s like belgium, france and germany. after the >open your eyes< (pb 601) and the >dangerous disco< (pb 602) releases, the rubix ep follows in their known style. with the title track hush offers a track like a horse on a racetrack... its right after you and it wont stop running and running and running. solid electro–electronic music for discerning dancefloors and relaxing sofas. the flipside will break up your dancefloor because fred hush chooses to build up softly to reach an amazing climax. friendly but minimal electro – sounds with a warm and uplifting bassline..
nice club track which still has that good feel electro beat but is complemented with a daring disco touch on top is a funky black minded voice and some asskicking breaks already a hit in belgiums h2o club