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Thomas Cajal


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Thomas Cajal, is a french deejay & producer, his career starts in Nice (France) at the end of the 90s, where he meets Florian Gasperini. Together they starts a new project: The duo “French Clones”. In 2000 French Clones arrive in barcelona where they quickly achieve to take position between the most respectable dj’s in town, playing in the most famous clubs. Two years after, they start to produce together, lauching successively three powerful track: “Disco Mafia”, “Super Size” and “Big stand up” on cassagrande (Metropol Records), the biggest Spanish electronic label. Between 2003 and 2005, Thomas as travels between Barcelona and France, where he worked in the studios of “Hit Sound Production” (“Easy Love” hit summer in 2000). There he has opportunity to work with major international music producers. In 2005, he moves definitively to Barcelona where he produces his first solo single “Runaway”, a powerful remix of one of the best songs of Bronski Beat’s “Smalltown Boy” of the 80s. the French version of the artist is positioned quickly on the top 10 of France and Canada. In 2006 Thomas launches the powerful “Letting the cables sleep” one of the biggest hit of that summer. This track will be played by almost all the deejays on the Spanish territory and will reach the highest positions on the main dance radio list. “Flatmates” the 2nd track of that single appears on the tracklist of several main compilation, such as Matinée Group.

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