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Neil Quigley

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We live in darkened times. A mood has transcended the earth, sweeping through clubland like a long since forgotten pox. The smile of the clubber has gone, now replaced by a distant glare, the rhythmical melody now nothing more than a minimal bleep.

But all is not lost. There are still those DJ’s out there who buck the trend, refusing to be dragged in to this techy void. Instead they stride on, remaining true to the virtues of house music past.

Neil Quigley is one such DJ. When all around him seem destined to follow a path, Neil is out there happy to forge his own. Of course he is influenced, but when those influences range from John Digweed to Charles Webster, Francois K to Groove Armada it is clear for anyone to see, Neil Quigley is a man with more than just a melody in his heart.

We first encountered Neil on his globally acclaimed ‘Pacemaker’ series. Where there are those that vilify the power of the Internet, this young man from an unknown English town, was happy to see his star rising in cities he may never visit. Cultured, crafted, sublime. As a mixed CD it was as close to commercially viable as you can get, bar for the fact that no label could ever license those tracks together. With Pacemaker 1 & 2 in the bag, part 3 heralded a return to public awareness for Neil that will hopefully catapult his career to the heights his talent deserves. No longer relying on just his trademark deep sound, Pacemaker 3 embarks in to territories that could open his sound up to an army of new admirers.

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