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Keith & Supabeatz

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Keith & Supabeatz are two upcoming producers and remixers from Italy.

Their names come out for the first time in late 2008 winning the Franz Ferdinand’s remix contest for Domino Records and Beatport.
Been active for almost three years, their tracks have already been supported and played by the likes of Crookers, Congorock, Laidback Luke, Shinichi Osawa, Annie Mac (BBC Radio1), Bart B More, Fake Blood, Brodinski, Benny Benassi (just to name a few…).

Without ever stopping to produce original tracks and remixes, in 2010 they sign to Southern Fried: Fatboy Slim’s UK based label that release their first EP, “Some1?.

Meanwhile they remix lots of important artists for big labels in the international dance scene such as Kitsune, Trouble & Bass, Toolroom, Ultra Records, Dim Mak, Lektroluv… and artists such as The 2 Bears, Crookers feat. Soulwax & Mixhell, Brodinski & Mumdance, Two Door Cinema Club, Etienne De Crecy, Dr. Gonzo, Steed Lord, Tony Senghore, Jess & Crabbe, Mighty Dub Katz, Gigi Barocco, Don Rimini, Highbloo and many others (!), an endless list!

In November 2010 they release their second EP, “Higher Place” which explodes in the underground music scene, gaining lots of support!

2011 starts great for the Italian duo with gigs and mini tours all around the world.

Currently they are planning two new releases, “No Pressure” EP (October 2011) and “Pressure” EP (December 2011) on Southern Fried and more collaborations including one with Crookers for their second album “Dr. Gonzo” due out in late October.

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