Wednesday, May 26, 2010



Pete Gooding is one of the few British dance producers whose music is as likely to appear in a set by Laurent Garnier, Tom Middleton, and Dubfire, as it is by David Guetta, Pete Tong, or Groove Armada. Similarly, as a DJ, you’ll find him at the Big Chill or Roskilde, as well as regular gigs at Matter, Ministry Of Sound, or at We Love at Space Ibiza.
London-based Gooding has spent the past decade conjuring up a quiet storm. Sure, he’s had another worldwide chart, radio, and club hit with collaborator James Doman (‘Runnin’), a project that is about to yield yet more crossover potential with ‘Pacific State’ and ‘Hyperactive’, and remixes for Groove Armada - Love Sweet Sound Cheryl Cole & Will I Am - 3 Words [Polydor], but his own remixes of Ultraviolet’s ‘Kites’ for Big Life (currently getting hammered by Sasha), and Humate’s ‘Choose Life’ for Yoshitoshi have fed the underground’s unabated hunger for his work, as well as picking up plays on Radio 1.


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