It was a night for Beat Factory at B018 with a Melodically infused, soul-powered and driving progressive house sets forcing to open the roof of B018 after one hot night. Ziad G. warmed it up, Beat Factory set the place on fire, and Gunther and Stamina kept the fire going on and on till the raise of sunlight. B018 clubbers got the sense that Lebanon summer 2010 is one hot summer art B018.
The talents of two of house music’s heavyweights have come together, igniting an explosive combination of beat and sound, as they bring to life their instinct for infectious, melodically infused, soul-powered and driving progressive house.
The founder of Ready Mix Records, Adel Ghandour a.k.a. BiG AL, along with his partner Levente Szabó, commonly known as Human8 and one half of the well-known Hungarian group called Marrakech, have joined forces to bring you the best in funky, modern progressive house.
Music armed with heartfelt melodies, pulsating grooves, big room orientated beats and chunky basslines that will have dancefloors elated in rhythm.
After an introduction through mutual friends, a series of cyber-encounters, and a meeting of the musical minds, the union between BiG AL and Human8 was created.
They both shared the same goal of putting out quality records in record time, offering the greater musical public their respective efforts into one superpower.
This partnership has brought to life intelligently layered grooves, hard-hitting beats and sound engineering at its finest.
The visceral quality of their music reaches out to the universality in every listener. Through its intensity, their music undeniably brings about the sensation of a catharsis.
Already hard at work on offering solid quality, Beat Factory have remixed heavy industry players such as (Stan Kolev, Ricky Ryan, Shiloh, Re-Zone, Innate, Arthur Deep, Chris Micali & Ali Ajami, FM Radio Gods, Tone Depth, Abakus and CAL D. to name but a few).
Their tracks have been remixed by (16Bit Lolitas, Stan Kolev, Cid Inc.,Inkfish, Fine Taste, Matan Caspi, Re-Zone, Christos Fourkis and many more). Their originals & remixes appear on some of the biggest labels in progressive house music history such as (Global Underground, Baroque Records, Ministry of Sound, Aenaria Recordings, Ready Mix Records, Sick Watona, Proton Music, NightShade Music, Red Session Records, AlterImage Records, USB Digital, Outta Limits and Grouper Recordings to name but a few). Their tracks have been supported & played by Nick Warren, Behrouz, Hybrid, Gareth Emery, Guy J., Eddie Amador, Lisa Lashes, Grant Nelson, Eelke Kleijn, Hernan Cattaneo, Demi, Desyn Masiello, Jaytech, Matt Darey, Miss Nine, Thomas Penton, Daniel Portman, Tone Depth, Matt Rowan, Stan Kolev and Nosmo vs Kris B amongst many many others.
Beat Factory will undoubtedly unleash many future anthems and supply absolute quenching for a strong musical thirst. Keep your eyes and ears peeled as the masterminds behind Beat Factory will be pumping out beats to a dancefloor near you.
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