Suneil S. is a DJ/producer from Edinburgh, Scotland who has made recent massive strides in establishing himself as a top name in the electronic dance music scene. His styles vary from House to Progressive to Electro as diversity within sub-genres is a major factor in Suneil’s production and dj-ing, being keen to demonstrate his varied technical creativity but always maintaining high standards of quality. Having contributed several original project releases and remixes to independent digital labels based all over the world, Suneil has received constant support for his work from a host of the industry’s movers and shakers. Most notable recent achievements include reaching number 1 on the House Chart of Japanese digital download network ‘Wasabeat.com’ with his remix of U-Ness’s “Never Let U Back” (Soulheat Records) and receiving a personal accolade of finishing 1st in BBC Radio 1’s Pete Tong Fast Trax TV Bedroom Bedlam competition with club banger “Struggle Feat. Gabriella Khan” winning majority of an online public vote. As his experience and confidence grows from strength to strength, this is most definately reflected in his music with several forthcoming new projects in the pipeline for 2010 including original mixes featuring a range of diverse vocal styles & exciting remixes for labels Farplane Records, Oxyd Records, Miss Moneypennys Music amongst a host of others.
His current and previous musical works can boast support from an extensive array of top international DJs/producers such as Roman Salzger, Timo Maas, Laurent Schark & more recently Axwell, Stonebridge, Jerome Isma-Ae and many more.
As well as showcasing his impressive dj-ing ability both locally and internationally, there is no limit to the potential that can be fulfilled by this ambitious & inspired artist as he will continue to challenge himself to progress to the very top!
Edited by SuneilSMusic on 10 Mar 2010, 15:14
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