Fonzerelli – Moonlight Party (Gleave Remix)

Fellow Northern Irish DJ/Producer Gleave (one half of Coast 2 Coast) drops a huge main room tech house monster remix of Fonzerelli “Moonlight Party” with old skool piano drop contrasting nicely with a contemporary party vibe in a Michael Woods style sure to ignite dance floor delirium.

Gleave is one of the true godfathers of Irish dance music! The man from Larne in Northern Ireland is a cornerstone of the club scene in NI and has played alongside every big name in the business!

Kicking off his career at the tender age of just 14 years old by winning the NI DMC Mixing Championship, he went on to tour with the Prodigy plus The Utah Saints. He was named by Mixmag as a future hero for three years consecutively. Gleave has been a guest on many radio shows around the world and all of this was recognized by BBC Radio 1 who invited Gleave to play a peak time set in front of 20.000 New Years Eve revellers in Belfast for Pete Tong’s Live Essential mix.

Other highlights have included playing at the British Trance Awards, Inside Out’s Massive New Years Eve Party and Sander Van Doorn’s Album launch party in London. Further afield has seen Gleave complete two hugely successful tours of Australia with Cybergroove, Godskitchen and Paul Van Dyk and he continues to play all over the globe from Holland to Egypt and beyond.

Gleave is a regular face at some of the world’s finest clubs and a producer whose material is never far away from the wallets of any self respecting jock.

He is responsible for tracks such as Firedevil, Needle Work, Lights Out, Focus, The Word, Lucky Star, Community Service, Come With Me, Blinded, Back 2 Front, Late Night Thing and most recently his track Something that gained huge support from Marco V, Eddie Halliwell & Judge Jules on his BBC Radio 1 radio show 3 weeks in a row. The track also has a Joint Operation Centre remix by Mr John O Callaghan and was released on Australia’s biggest new digital label FREEFALL!

Gleave’s material is eagerly anticipated by leading DJs and clubbers alike. Releasing on labels such as High Contrast, Spinnin, Detox, Reset, Cold Harbour, Nebula, Armada, Positiva, Nu Life, Xtravaganza and Freefall his material is to be found on leading compilations and radio shows worldwide. Due to Gleave’s constant high standard productions and rave reviews in magazines like Mixmag, DJ, IDJ and M8 over the years, he has been asked to remix tracks by the likes of Sander Van Doorn, Markus Schulz, John O’callaghan, Agnelli & Nelson and Fergie.

As one half of Coast 2 Coast in the trance explosion of the late nineties and early noughties, Gleave has produced a catalogue of heavyweight dance-floor stormers including the massive debut track Home. After hearing an early demo of Home, Superstar Dj and well respected producer Tiesto requested to be part of the remix package. The Home release clocked in at No. 37 in the national UK Charts and featured on many worldwide albums including Ministry, Cream, Gatecrasher and Euphoria compilations. A decade later Gleave brings you his own modern rework of the trance classic under the name Gleave featuring Paula McAleese – Home which is forthcoming on the massive Dutch label High Contrast.

As Audio Rehab (Gleave’s House brand) he has remixed such tracks as….. The Gossip – Heavy Cross, Fergie – Badness (Excentric), Man with Guitar, V.O.A.T. plus releases on High Roller recordings with Audio Rehab – Riding High. Audio Rehab has also supported Bodyrox on there Australian DJ tour as well as many branded Audio Rehab nights around the U.K. & Ireland.

Gleave also plays regularly at leading club nights such as Passion (Coalville), Inside Out (Glasgow) and The Gallery @ The Ministry Of Sound (London).Gleave is resident at LOST! A club night brand Co owned by himself and his brother Mark Dobbin Which is set to return after winning the Best Club night @ the N.I.D.M.A. awards LOST! is on a break but plans for the return in 2010 are underway!

www.djgleave.com

Fonzerelli – Moonlight Party 2011 [Clips] by BigInIbiza

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