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Luke Dzierzek explodes onto the mainstream      03/07/2007

News Release by iDJ

Luke Dzierzek explodes onto the mainstream Up and coming electrohouse star Luke Dzierzek is set to be propelled into the mainsteam as his 2005 smash ‘Echo’ is to be beamed onto millions of television screens worldwide.

Following on from the chart success of Les Rhymes Digitales ‘Jacques your body’ and The Egg’s ‘Walking Away’ Luke Dzierziek steps up to the plate to provide the latest soundtrack to Citroen’s transformer-esque creation, and he does not dissappoint.

This bass heavy electrohouse monster has already recieved support from big players such as Pete Tong, James Zabiela and Sasha, insuring that ‘Echo’ is set to ignite underground and more commercial dancefloors alike.

At the tender age of Twenty the Silver Planet beatsmith certainly has a bright future and is a name that im sure you will be hearing more of very soon.


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