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Fleming & Lawrence a new collaboration of trance and house veterans
– with audio
After spending most of his career playing solo, longtime trance and
progressive house DJ Christopher
Lawrence (pictured below) has joined forces with John “00” Fleming of the UK under
the moniker Fleming & Lawrence. The duo announced they’ve launched
an underground dance music tour (UDM).
Fleming & Lawrence are focusing on playing
long four- to eight-hour tag team sets of progressive house, where
they’re able to gradually build a groove and take audiences on a
musical journey. In addition, they’re doing away with go-go dancers on
stage and keeping club lighting effects to a minimum in a bid to
refocus on the music.
So far, the approach has been a success, Fleming & Lawrence’s
booking agency Assured Artists said in a press release.
The duo headlined at several major venues on the global DJ circuit
recently, including Ministry of Sound in London, Govurnment in Toronto,
Soundbar in Chicago, and Avalon and Vanguard in Los Angeles, among
to listen to Fleming & Lawrence, Live at Avalon Hollywood from
their June 2012 show.
Fleming & Lawrence came about after the two began playing together
and started a series of collaborative gigs, original production work
and a joint mix collaboration that led to their joint mix album Global Trance
Grooves. As previously reported, they also released an
earlier album Global Trance
Grooves: Two Tribes.
Christopher Lawrence is one of America's most popular and respected DJs
and producers. Longtime WORD'N'BASS readers will recall he won the
coveted America’s Best
DJ title back in 2008. His recent mix albums include Pharmacy: Phase
1, in 2011. Check out his website
or like him at Facebook
for more information.
John 00 Fleming is one of the UK's premiere trance DJs, clocking up
sales of over two million units of his mix cds over the last ten years.
More information is at his website.
Assured Artists is a UK-based electronic dance music management firm.
for more information about them and the DJs/producers they represent.
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