Johnny Carmona a.k.a. JOHNNY BRADSHAW, is a fashion coordinator, PR agent, Advertising and MKT teacher and online radio announcer, suburb boy by nature, city boy by choice, he believes in democratic fashion and the personal style. He loves lounge and electronic music, tacos are his passion and he thinks that YOUTUBE is the best thing that happens to digital world, he’s in this life to be happy, to learn and to be a better person… also to be fashion!!
EDUARDO ROSSELL – This man is something to behold in the dj booth. Vinyl, CD, samplers, laptops, synths, drum machines makes absolutely no difference, this kid is always in two places at once! With a unique style and exquisite skills he rips up the rule book and the floor every time.
Techno, Deep House, Tech-House, Disco, Funk – its almost impossible to pin any one genre on Ed, he plays from the heart with massive energy and always with a few cheeky numbers thrown in to keep a smile on your face.”………
Internationally Rossell’s DJ and Live Act appearances have been exported to Cape Town, Buenos Aires, Bucharest, Geneva, Manchester, Ibiza, Barcelona, Costa Rica New York and Miami to name a few. All of the above not only as a main act but also sharing the stage with names such as: Groove Armada, Tiesto, Paul Oakenfold, James Zabiela, Mylo, Hernan Cattaneo, Satoshi Tomie, Erick Morillo, Sander Kleinenberg, Roger Sanchez, David Morales, John Acquaviva, etc..
Production wise Eduardo doesn’t stop surprising everyone. With an upcoming artist album due this summer and a discography that includes hits such as Dancing With Strangers and Juber, Rossell could be named Mexico’s most important dance music producer today. Support for most of his releases and bootlegs comes from international talent such as James Zabiela, Sander Kleinenberg John Acquaviva, Dave Spoon , Chris Lake, James Talk, 16 Bit Lolitas etc…
Projects for this 2009 include Rossell launching a new record label and releasing tracks under thre different pseudonyms to cover different genres… keep your eyes open!
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