After a break for personal reasons, they come back with “The Motherfucker” (Green Park, 2007), it’s digital age, the track has an international flavor that brings Djs From Mars in the charts of several online stores on the planet. The next episode is “Who gives a fuck about deejays” (The Dominion, 2008), that takes them to be appreciated by some top house djs in Europe, and brings some remixes requests by in France (Armand de France – I Say Ride on – FalcoMusic, 2008) and in Germany (Alex Megane – Hurricane 2008 – Yawa Rec.). The following step is the remake of an old dance track by theirselves, called “Dirty Mary”, that is airplayed by lots of top dance radios in Italy and Europe….in the meantime, the djs start a remix collaboration with the Brazilian dJ and label owner Diovanni, (Don’t stop the music – TronicB7, 2008). They also join their label mates Freakadelika, with the remix of “I don’t like it” (GreenPark, 2008), and dB Pure, that has his tracks “All night long” and “Falling Down” (Green Park, 2008) remixed by the martians, with big feedbacks from top djs in the Mediterranean area. Djs From Mars continue working without pauses, “Saturday night on the moon” (The Dominion, 2008) is a the next song, featured in compilations in Germany and Italy, and airplayed in lots of radios and clubs in Eastern Europe. In the meantime they give birth to the side project “Sashimi Planet”, which incorporates the melodic and pop soul of the duo. The first single is called “lonely Satellite” and there is an upcoming release called “Shelter”. 2009 starts with a progressive mood for the aliens: their new single is called “Suono e Immagine” (The Dominion, 2009) and it is a space travel that will thake them into the new years.
After just a couple of weeks they start working with dB Pure to a new single: “Revolution Radio”, after a short time it’s already licensed on a big compilation in Germany. The years goes on with big news: they go pop while they produce the main mix of “Diventa come un fiore” by Dari, an Italian band that is climbing every kind of tv and radio chart, while Phunk Investigation’s owned label “Absolutely Records” ask for a remix on their track “Show me the way” with vocals by Sharon May Linn. They also have remix requests from Canada’s label “Peak Hour Music”, they work on a track by dj Jake Chec from Executive Mix, the song is “breathe”. They also have a strong release with the club hymn from their label BlissCorporation: “Blue (Da Ba Dee)” is out on 2009 May, with mixes by Djs From Mars and Gabry Ponte (originally in the Eiffel 65 lineup). In the meantime they produce several bootlegs for their gigs, and some of them join the interest of All Music (the second music network in Italy after MTV) that starts broadcasting their works into the dance playlists. At the same time they start working with Starshit Rec.: they put their hands on Rico Bernasconi’s “Love Deep Inside”, and they are about to release “Don’t Give up”, a remake of the massive 90’s club hit by Chicane and Bryan Adams. And they’re still at work….
DISCOGRAPHY: - Non Dormo più (Movimental, 2004) - Open Sesame (Movimental, 2005) - Kipo Mambo (Movimental, 2006) - The Motherfucker (Green Park, 2007) - Who gives a fuck about deejays (The Dominion, 2008) - Dirty Mary (My name is) (Green Park, 2008) - Saturday night on the moon (The Dominion, 2008) - Suono e Immagine (The Dominion, 2009) - Don’t Give Up (The Dominion, Starshit, Kontor, 2009)
REMIXOGRAPHY: - Armand De France – “I Say Ride on” (Falco Music, 2008) - Freakadelika – “I don’t like it” (Green Park, 2008) - Diovanni feat. Saynne G. - “Don’t Stop The Music” (Tronic B7 rec., 2008) - dB Pure - “All Night Long” (The Dominion, 2008) - dB Pure - “Falling Down” (The Dominion, 2009) - Alex Megane - “Hurricane 2009” (Yawa Rec., 2009) - Sashimi Planet - “Lonely Satellite” (The Dominion, 2009) - Jake Chec - “Breathe” (Peak Hour Music, 2009) - Rico Bernasconi - “Love Deep Inside” (Starshit Rec., 2009) - dARI – “Diventa come un fiore” (Fondazione Sonora / EMI music, 2009) - White Shoes feat. Sharon May Linn - “Show me the way” (Absolutely Records, 2009) - Eiffel 65 “Blue (Da ba dee)” (The Dominion, 2009)
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