Miguel Picasso, Dj and producer internationally reknowned, with 10 years of
Miguel covers a wide spectrum of musical sub-styles which includes all the latests
tendencies in Club music, focusing mainly on the Dancefloor and all filtered
by a very personal and glamourous point of view.
He's been owning a monthly residency at famous Club Dreamers, Puerto Banus,
Marbella, at one of the most important festivals in Spain, Freedom-Spain, as well
as in Passion, Torremolinos, and Emporio, Torremolinos.
As a Guest Dj, he did the main Clubs in Spain and other countries, where he could
share Dj Booth with the biggests names in Dance Music in the World, from
small clubs with a cutting-edge mood, to big macro-parties
as, for example, in this last period is worth to mention Infinitamente Gay at the
Telefonica Madrid Arena Doom on June 30th 2007, for 15000 people.
His weight as a producer is unquestionable, his songs are composed and produced
by himself at his own studio, and they are played by the best Djs in the
World, included in their Charts, and played on air on numerous radio shows
around the globe.
His list of Releases is very long, in which we highlight a few: his big hit "Physical", a
remix of Olivia Newton-John's classic tune; his single "I like the Old School", included
in world-famous compilation "Release Yourself" by Roger Sanchez, in "Live @
Roxy III" and "I love New York", both mixed by Madonna's Official Remixer, Peter
Rauhofer. We also mention his remix for Dj Disciple of "Yes", for Catch Records
New York, and "Movin" for Roger Sanchez's Label, Stealth Records, and these
days, his latest release with Stealth, Don't Stop, is getting high on Charts worlwide;
these are the reviews about it from some of the Top Djs of the world:
These stats concerns the main Top 100 and the Top 100 for each genre. Data for tracks start on November 1st 2012, and data for releases start on January 1st 2014.
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