Cruising Through the ranks as one of the most hotly tipped Tech-Trance acts of the moment Mac & Taylor are set to hit the heights in 2009.
Aptly named "New breed tech-trance legends" By top music download site Trackitdown.net this Liverpool based DJ/production duo have captured the attention of the worlds elite DJs and the worlds trance scene in general.
Ever since Ste (Mac) and Peter (Taylor) joined forces to become Mac & Taylor back in 2007 they have achieved so far what most would wish to achieve in a lifetime
As Producers they have pushed the boundaries of Tech-Trance to the limits with there unique and distinctive big room sound! Churning out track after track and remix after remix they continue to impress and convince the world of there undoubtable talent!
Racking up support from the likes of Paul Van Dyk, Sander Van Doorn, Mark Sherry, Agnelli and Nelson, Eddie Halliwel etc etc the guys seem to have become some what of favourites of global superstar Judge Jules!! Going out to millions of listeners every week there productions have sat firmly in Judge Jules Track lists for near enough every show on Radio 1 from the beginning of there careers. Following on from Judge Jules inviting the guys on to his show for an interview he has now tipped them for Huge things in 2009!
Judge Jules Quote…. Over the past year Mac and Taylor have emerged as ‘must play’ producers in all of my sets. Every track they’ve been delivering has been simply awesome!
The Dj's…. As DJ's the advantage of being able to showcase entire sets of there own productions has set them aside from the rest and seen them rock dance floors up and down the UK and Ireland. 2009 and a brand new chapter which is set to see them take there show on the road to the rest of the world!! With bookings flooding in from all corners of the world and a plethora of original productions and remixes set for release there foreseen and deserved success is well and truly underway!!!!
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