STARCHASER is a THE CLUBBERS' artist Trademark and Productiuon
The Clubbers Productions started in 1995 in a little town near Milan.
They produced first demos and started contacting record companies. In January 1998 they manage to get their first records released. In 1999. the first satisfactions: two of their productions were included in some techno compilations. In the same year, they conceived the project BLACK SPIDER.
The first Black Spider single "Save your life!" suddenly revelead to be a good club hit across the world: licensed in 7 countries (included Japan, Germany and UK) ,included in many compilations and played by many world top dj!
In late spring of 2001 They released STARCHASER with JAMBE MYTH, later renamed "Love will set you free" rocked the dance/ pop charts across the world! Published in more than 20 countries (including USA); a video played by MTV (reached n.3 in Dance Floor Chart UK), VIVA and other world music TV; tons of playlists,charts and compilations; entered TOP 20 in UK singles sales chart and sold over 250000 copies across the world ? Well, this tune was one of the 2002 dance hit! STARCHASER's follow-up "Falling Star" was released in summer 2003 and reached n.36 in the italian singles chart. It was published in 8 countries.
from 2001 to 2003, they remixed nearly twenty different artists. Among these, a Starchaser Rmx of the pop song "Do that thang" by Masai with whom they tasted again the top 40 Uk singles charts in February 2003.
In May 2004 The Clubbers start his own label, Kidro. Its very first release "Anybody out there" was played by some european top djs.
In the early 2005 Daniele Cannizzaro left the team that is now managed by Fausto Fanizza and Thomas Schwartz.
They recently produced the new sinlge of BLACK SPIDER called “Heart of the sun” that is a big Hit in some european counties such as Spain, Germany, Hungary and the guys are touring in the biggest clubs doing fantastic live sessions.
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