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John the Dentist



From his early forays into music with ex-writing partner, Baby Doc (also a remixer of some note) - Jon the Dentist has been into the harder side of dance music.

He co-wrote and compiled the 'benchmark' Nu-NRG album 'In Worship of False Idols' back in 1994 and has since been responsible for some of the most well-known UK hard house and trance mixes of the last five years.

He DJs all over the world with regular visits to Canada, Japan, New York and Germany, and had taken up a residency at "Infamous", Club Lakota in Bristol, before it closed, and The Country Club in Dorset.

Prominent 1998 gigs included Dance Valley in Amsterdam, the Berlin Love Parade, Glastonbury and headlining Destiny's World Electronic Music Festival (WEMF) in Toronto, Canada. 1999 saw Jon once again headline both Dance Valley and WEMF, as well as headlining the WEMF Tour of Canada and USA.

He has built his own studio in Wales, which he shares with recording partner Shane Morris. Jon and Shane work under a variety of guises including Bleep and Booster and the highly successful Barabas & OD1 who gave us club hits ‘Deeper’, ‘Deeper 99’, ‘Ghettoblaster’ and 'Bass Drop' on Phoenix Uprising. They also mixed Twisted’s ‘Breakdance’ track. Jon has a whole collection of pseudonyms - two more are Madely (in honour of Richard), and Billabong - and has been collaborating with other artists and DJ’s including John OO Fleming, K90 and Tom Harding.

Another is local Cardiff DJ, Ollie, and their project, ‘Imagination’, was licensed to Tidy Trax along with Jon’s own mix of ‘Travel’ by Bulgarian.

When not recording his own material or jetting around the world, he somehow finds time to remix for other artists, ranging from Top 40 successes for The Candy Girls and The Source, to classic trance anthems for Montini Experience and Commander Tom. His remix repertoire also extends to resolutely underground tracks such as Lochi's seminal "London Acid City" on Stay up Forever and Demonic Emotions' "Stuck On a Spacetrip".

 
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