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Carl Nicholson

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Carl Nicholson has been involved with the harder edged dance circuits since the sprightly age of 15, initially as an MC for Hardcore outfits but then progressed onto DJ’ing in 1993 when the house music revolution loomed over the world of rock music, and the kids swapped their Guitars for Technics SL2100’s, and bandanas for glow sticks. During this time Carl studied his craft with a fine tooth comb and began his career as a DJ within the London underground scene as a warm-up, beginning at Reclaim the Streets/Jump/Self Indulgence , which slowly but surely progressed to more main slot gigs at far more prolific parties at the time (Strawberry Sundae/Sunny Side Up/Trinity).

Since then Carl has grown to become a worldwide phenomenon within the Hard Dance/Hard Trance genres having held major residencies at Fabric(London), Matrix(Reading) and being billed alongside legends including Todd Terry, Fatboy Slim, Chemical Brothers & Judge Jules. Carl then went on to guest at major UK promotions including Frantic, Glastonbury Festival, Miss Moneypennys, Sundissential, Wildchild, Extreme Euphoria & Heat UK.

Carl’s reputation as a producer has also grown significantly in recent years, clocking up numerous releases on Nukleuz, Tidy Trax, Elasticman, Traffic, Fevah, Species, Oblivion and Global Panic, of which 8 went straight into the Top 20 of the national dance charts, and with multiple airplay on Radio 1 and have been featured on no less that 20 Compilations worldwide including the world famous Euphoria series.

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