Biography

Bryan Kearney began DJing when he was 19 years old and in this time has established himself firmly on the dance scene in Ireland. His sets contain the very best in upfront trance and techno with the emphasis always on energy and the unexpected.

He was a permanent fixture on the airwaves of Dublin throughout 2002 and 2003 with prime time shows on Energy Fm and Kiss Fm providing the capital with the very best in brand new material each week. In 2003, Bryan began his own night Tranceformation in the Crypt at the legendary Temple Theatre. Each of the three nights was a full house which in turn led to him warming up for the likes of MIKE and Lisa Lashes on the main stage.

At the same time, he had began to get into producing and obtained a Higher National Diploma in Sound Operations and Music Technology. His collaboration with John O’Callaghan entitled Restricted Motion was signed to Discover Records by label boss John Askew. Askew was so impressed with the track that he decided to designate himself for remix duties. The track has become a cult classic and one of Bryan and John’s proudest moments.

In 2005, he completed a remix of one of his all time favourite tracks, the massive Lost Emotions by Fire & Ice. The track has become bigger than first thought possible with the remix been signed for full release by the legendary Bonzai Records. Bryan is the first Irish producer to have a production signed to Bonzai. The remix was featured on Matt Hardwick’s Essential Mix and was the midnight track at UK superclub Passion on NYE. The track is set for full release in May on sub label Banshee Works.

His track with O’Callaghan, Exactly, singed to Discover Records was regarded by many as the track of the Winter Music Conferance 06, and became a firm favourite of Armin Van Buuren and Paul Van Dyk. It was remixed by one of his idols, Giuseppe Ottaviani of NU-NRG, and was requested for no less than fifteen album compilations.It is one of the strongest trance packages to be released this year. The track is considered by many to be one of the best tunes of the year and one of the biggest trance anthems of Ibiza 2006.

2006 continued to be a massive year as he had two more edits rekeased. His edit’s of Melly - Arrival and Sean Tyas - Lift were released on GRH and Discover Records, both tracks being particular favourites of Eddie Halliwell. Towards the end of the year he developed his sound which culminated in his debut track ‘More To Life’ which was snapped up for release on Discover Dark in 2007. The track is a firm favourite of label boss John Askew and will be feature on the forthcoming ‘Live As’ recorded by John O’Callaghan & Greg Downey.

2007 looks set to be Bryan’s biggest year yet with various solo projects in the pipeline and he has also being signed up to UK agency Godwin Management for UK bookings.Combined with his three residencies at the Vaults in Dublin and with continued DJ bookings at home and abroad, the future certainly looks bright.

Edited by Romford_boy on 22 Nov 2007, 10:43

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