Frank Frenzy, DJ Amadeus and Serge Devant – Friday July 15 2011 @dj_amadeus @SergeDevant @INKevents

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This is my latest show of International guest djs for Friday July 15 2011 from 3 – 5 a.m. on 100.7 CHIN FM Toronto, Canada, I have the pleasure of featuring friends, DJ Amadeus(Strictly Rhythm, USA)
and Serge Devant (Ultra Records, USA)

== Hour 1 ==

About DJ Amadeus

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DJ Amadeus Website
DJ Amadeus Russian Website
DJ Amadeus Facebook
DJ Amadeus Twitter
DJ Amadeus Soundcloud
DJ Amadeus MySpace
DJ Amadeus YouTube
DJ Amadeus Beatport

DJ Amadeus is one of the fastest growing names on the international
DJ and production circuit. It is through a combination of hard work,
perseverance, skill and the adulation of his fans that Amadeus is creating the
classic American tale and storming up the world DJ chart.

Hailing from the Ukraine, Amadeus immigrated to America in 1989, and
he came of age during New York City’s golden age of clubbing in the ‘90s.
Coming from a musical family, his odyssey began by learning to play piano at the
age of five and studying classical music. When his friends took him clubbing for
the first time in 1994, he had what he describes as his first “a-ha” moment.

Already a lover of a plethora of musical styles, he soon started DJing and has
quickly become one of the hottest up-and-coming DJ/producers on the
international circuit. Amadeus entered DJ Magazine’s prestigious Top 100 poll at
97 in 2005, then rocketed up to 24 in 2006.

“My first mega club was Tunnel in 1998,” Amadeus recalls. “It was the
biggest club in New York City at that time. I was speechless watching Danny
Tenaglia play, then I got a gig DJing in the mezzanine.” Amadeus later brought
his big-room sound to other Big Apple institutions such as Limelight, and
Webster Hall. He secured a residency at Imagine Fridays at Club Exit, which was
one of the hottest parties in the city at the time. As he built a loyal fanbase of
clubbers and promoters playing weekly for 5,000 dance-music fanatics, Amadeus
turned his attention to producing tracks with a partner and scored a club hit in
the form “The Arrival,” a song that became an anthem of Sound Factory. He
continued to build on the momentum with a solo project and released another
banger, “Let’s Bounce,” which became an anthem at Club Exit.

In addition to touring, Amadeus is readying a full-on assault of
productions. The first is “Something You Know,” a massive vocal record
produced with partner Benny Maze, featuring vocals by Leo on Gray Home
Recordings with remixes by Richard Grey and Dean Coleman. He also has a
remix package coming out soon on Eyezcream Recordings for his previous
release, “Don’t Let Your Fears.” He has five singles in the works and spends
most of his time in the studio or on the road. With a big residency in the biggest
club in NYC, M2 Ultralounge (formerly known as Mansion/Crobar) and sister
venue Club Pink (formerly known as Pink Elephant), Amadeus regularly tours in
the U.S., Canada, Asia, Europe, and Middle East. He has shared the stage with
todays electronic music icons like Tiesto, Christopher Lawrence, Steve Angello,
Roger Sanchez, Offer Nissim, Peter Rauhofer, Behrouz, Alex Gaudino, Dean
Coleman, Donald Glaude, Richard Grey just to name a few.

== Hour 2 ==

About Serge Devant

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Serge Devant Website
Serge Devant Facebook
Serge Devant MySpace
Serge Devant Twitter
Serge Devant Soundcloud
Serge Devant Beatport
Serge Devant YouTube

After moving to NYC from overseas, Serge developed an insatiable taste for electronic music as a bystander to DJ acts at the famed Twilo club in the late 1990’s. Classically trained as a child, it was here where Serge discovered the genre to which he would devote his creative talents. It was in another legendary NYC club of the time, Tunnel, where Serge began his DJ career not long after. Those lucky years, spent in an era of NYC where 12-hour sets reigned supreme, taught Serge the value of programming designed for a dance floor. After consistently wowing fans with his hallmark high-octane and uplifting sets during his residency at NYC’s world-renown Crobar in 2006, Serge turned his sights on production beginning with his anthemic take on Beloved’s “Sweet Harmony” the following year. The track garnered acclaim from the likes of Pete Tong at Radio 1 and was featured on his show, leading to a stellar chart performance and a worldwide smash. Soon after, his name even appeared on his own exclusive Coca-Cola bottle as a part of the company’s Beijing Olympics campaign. His first album, Wanderer, a cinematic piece of work that showcases the amazing talent Devant has to offer, debuted in June 2009, led by a track, which can still be heard around the world – “Addicted”. This instant classic hit #1 across Europe and as a result of the airplay on Sirius, Kiss FM and Radio 1 to name a few, the demand for Serge to tour kicked into high gear. Currently working on his 2nd album, set to release in the fall of 2011, Serge Devant continues to tour bringing his hard-hitting, riveting and classically beautiful sound to fans worldwide.

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Thank you to all the record labels, artists, dj’s, producers for staying connected with me, keeping me updated with their latest material or talent. Keep them coming my way as I love supporting your craft here in Toronto.

Anyone interested in having their tracks featured with me or being a sponsor, e-mail promo@frankfrenzy.net or any of my social networks.

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SPONSORS

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