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Kasey Taylor began his DJ career at the age of 13 on the decks at a little roller disco in Australia. 26 years on and he’s become one of Australia’s biggest ever dance music exports, and one of the most widely recognised DJ’s around the globe today.

To date, his career resume is an impressive read, ticking off gigs at almost every big show in Melbourne and having held residencies at every club worth noting.

In particular, Kasey played an integral role in creating the magic that was the ‘Mansion’. In fact, it was such an institution that you felt like you were at a special church for music every Saturday night.
The venue has gone down in clubbing history and during Kasey’s time spent there, he played alongside everyone you could imagine, like Sasha, John Digweed, Hernan Cattaneo, Carl Cox, Satoshi Tomiie and the list goes on and on.

In fact, so impressed was Digweed that he invited Kasey to play at his Bedrock night in London twice – a night, and a brand recognised by the music industry as one of the greatest in the world. Kasey was lucky enough to be invited to play 2 years in a row on Easter Thursday, which is always one of the biggest Bedrock nights of the year.

On top of this, he’s also supported at all major festivals in Australia like Renaissance, Global Underground, Two Tribes, Future Music Festival, Summadayze and so on. He has a very loyal fan base at Rainbow Serpent Festival in his hometown of Melbourne, which now holds the reputation of being up there as one the best outdoor festivals in the world - a festival where Kasey plays each and every year. On his most recent trip back to Australia in February 2011, he was asked to be the exclusive DJ to support the Leftfield & Infusion tour around the country. A tour that was simply amazing to be a part of.


For well over a decade now, Kasey has had the luxury of releasing his records on his own well respected label ‘Vapour Recordings’, which he founded in 1997 and is now approaching it’s 100th release of which omething very special has been planned for this landmark achievement. In the time since Kasey Taylor founded Vapour Recordings, the label has forged itself an enviable reputation, not only as one of Australia’s leading independent dance labels, but the worlds too.

The last three years have seen Kasey launch his most recent label titled ‘eVapour8’. A label dedicated mainly towards Tech House, House and Techno. The first release, ‘Shorkel’ by Miki Litvak &Ido Ophir was featured in the Beatport main top 10 chart for over six weeks; while the second release, Avilo ‘Rubicon’ was featured on Anthony Pappa’s triple mix CD – Moments, (released in April 2008). Following these successes, Fiord’s ‘Get Up Jude’ appeared in the Techno top 10 for two months, proving that eVapour8 is growing a strong reputation for releasing quality tunes.


2011 is shaping up to be a very big year for the label with some quality signings. Some of the most recent ones include the classic Infusion track – Love & Imitation, which will come out on Vapour Recordings with new remixes from Peter Horrevorts, Luis Junior, Dousk, Logiztik Sounds, a new Jamie Stevens mix, plus a remix from label boss Kasey Taylor, Also watch out for new EP’s from Parham & Plaza – Outside the Inside (which features a remix from Charlie May, out now), a couple of new singles from Roger Martinez, along with new singles from Dousk, Kasey Taylor and our newest addition to the label in Rodskeez, who you will be hearing a lot about soon if you haven’t already.


Kasey has been working on getting the 100th release ready for Vapour Recordings and we’ve decided to wind back the clock choosing artists from past, present and future to remix the back catalogue. We are proud to mention that on this package will feature some fantastic names and remixes from the likes of Guy J, Hernan Cattaneo, Luis Junior, Dousk, Jamie Stevens (Infusion), Peter Horrevorts, Luke Chable, Nick Warren, Rodskeez, Fiord, Kassey Voorn, Barry Jamieson and many more. For those who follow Vapour Recordings, this is definitely not a package you would want to miss out on, and is due for release around mid July of 2011.


After a quiet period out of the studio whilst starting the year off on tour, he’s back in the studio with vengeance having completed about 15 tracks and has finally commenced work on his first album, which is due for release in late 2011/early 2012. Before we see the release of this album though, here is a list of completed productions that he has produced over the last few months, which includes a couple of classics to keep your ears out for over the coming months..


Kasey Taylor - Vamusa (Vapour)
Kasey Taylor & Fiord – Untitled (Vapour)
Kasey Taylor – 2 Minute Music (eVapour8)


Kirsty Hawkshaw – It’s a Fine Day (Currently No Label) Kasey Taylor remix
Infusion – Love & Imitation (Vapour 2011) Kasey Taylor remix
Rodskeez – In My Naked Village (Sudbeat 2011) Kasey Taylor Remix
RodSkeez – SBS (Vapour 2011) Kasey Taylor remix
Ricky Ryan – Mona Moon (Vapour 2011) Kasey Taylor remix
Dousk – Estrange (Vapour 2011) Kasey Taylor remix
Dousk – Snowcone (Vapour 2011) Kasey Taylor remix
Dousk – Nails (Vapour 2011) Kasey Taylor remix
Poision Pro present Xino – Mantra (Vapour 2011) Kasey Taylor remix
Roger Martinez – Discovery (Vapour 2011) Kasey Taylor remix
Infusion – Try It On (Vocal & Dub mix) (Omnis) Kasey Taylor remix
Mobilize – Something for your Mind (Proton Music 2011) Kasey Taylor remix


Tune into Proton radio for Vapourized with Kasey Taylor on the 4th Monday of each month at 4pm EST


So what is it about Kasey’s music that has won him the respect of the dance community? If you really want to know, plant your feet on the dance floor for the full duration of a Taylor set as Kasey effortlessly changes gears from all genres of music, sucking you into his sound scapes to a point where you look up all of a sudden and realise you’ve been lost in music for hours - You can talk about his astounding mixing which is so precise that you probably won’t even know whether a track is coming or going -You can talk about the fact that Kasey will be playing records weeks before most, You can talk about a lot of things but at the end of the day, Kasey just ‘gets’ dance music, He writes music, lives it, studies it, and embodies it, so if you ever get the chance to go and hear a Kasey Taylor set, enjoy it!


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