4 Strings (Trance Classics)
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Date: March 13, 2020
Time: 10:00 PM – 2:00 AM
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Behind the name 4 Strings are 2 musicians, Carlo Resoort and Jan de Vos. The two friends have known each other since 1986. In 1990 they became interested in dance music and from that moment on, they started producing & DJ-ing. All their spare time was spent in the studio. Throughout the next couple of years not only did their skills expand but also the amount of music equipment in their studio. With the new tools and experience that they had, Carlo and Jan could finally discover in which direction they wanted to go with their musical careers. Carlo decided to stay in the studio while Jan found his passion in mixing and started his DJ-ing career.
The Beginning After learning the basics of mixing, Jan joined a drive-in-show, where he played all kinds of music from R&B, Top 40 to Happy Hardcore. His skills were improving rapidly, and it was during this time period he noticed that his main interest was in dance music. After winning a first place prize in a DJ contest, he was offered his very own club residency. Carlo Resoort started producing dance music in 1994, and soon after that he had his first release. After a couple of releases he had his first major breakthrough: Carlos – The Silmarilla, produced together with Piet Bervoets (Rank 1). Two years later he had another hit with Turn it Around. Around this same time, a new record company was born, “Spinnin Records”. Shortly thereafter Carlo signed his first record deal and 4 Strings was born.
The Music Daytime was the first release of 4 Strings, supported by Paul van Dyk, Judge Jules and Tiësto. The follow up was Into the Night, which received even more recognition. After a vocal edit called Take Me Away the song became a huge hit
Originally from the North East of the UK now living in Manchester. Daxson is resident at one of the UK’s leading Trance nights, Rong.
Daxson’s work in the studio hasn’t gone unnoticed, being named by label boss Markus Schulz as one of the biggest talents spearheading the next generation of exceptional Trance talent based in the UK. Ever since introducing himself to the Coldharbour family with the track Skygarden he has never looked back. His rise continues with the release of his massive track Culture Shock, which generates such huge reactions live on its own or as a mashup with Mk’s 17.
2019 proves to be Daxson’s most productive year yet with big debuts including Creamfields UK, AIM festival in Montreal, Canada & Scotland’s largest dance festival Coloursfest at Braehead arena in Glasgow as well as a series of single releases on Coldharbour including Bexley Square, Culture Shock & Sonder. Daxson also remixed Markus Schulz for the third time, in the form of Breathe Me To Life with Adina Butar, which was given its debut at ASOT900 Madrid. On top of this Daxson also remixed Gareth Emery & Ashley Wallbridge’s collab titled Lionheart, Nifra’s Dark Harbour & Adam Nickey’s Perfect Destiny on Pure Trance proving his versatility as a producer.
Now under the SMG umbrella and with a lot more new music on the way Daxson’s profile is only set to grow.