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> Ian Pooley (08.07.2011), @ Culture Club Revelin, Dubrovnik
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Ian Pooley
@ Culture Club Revelin, Dubrovnik

WARM UP partyji: Casablanca i Micro!

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Uz Ian Pooleya, tu su naši resident DJ's, barmen flair show, atraktivne plesačice i hostese.

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Caffe - Pizzeria "BELLA DONNA" u DOC-u
Caffe Bar "AFRIKA"
Caffe Bar "MICRO"
Lounge Bar "CULTO"
Pizzeria "TABASCO"
Club "23"
Caffe bar "ZINO"

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098/946 89 61
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INFO-Ian Pooley:
In today's 'chew them up, spit 'em out' assembly line of electronic dance artists, it's not that easy to hold down a career that spans not just years, but a couple of decades.
Ian Pooley, however, is one artist that has remained a consistent presence in the house and techno fraternity, moving along his own path at his own pace, and strictly on his own terms.

Born and raised in Mainz, Germany, Pooley began collecting records and DJing at the age of 12, and became firmly entrenched in the classic Detroit sounds of Derrick May, Juan Atkins et al. while still a teenager. His first productions surfaced in 1993, a formative time for house and techno as it began it's crossover into mass appeal. Pooley has always made music from the heart, refusing to tow the line of what's fashionable at the time.

Big records such as "Chord Memory" (with it's timeless Daft Punk remix) and "Celtic Cross" brought Pooley to the fore, and was quickly enlisted to remix the likes of Daft Punk, Deee-Lite, Yello, The Cardigans, Inner City, Dave Angel, Green Velvet and Love Inc. among others. All the while, Pooley remained committed to the underground cause, releasing and remixing for staunchly independent labels such as NRK Music, Soma Recordings and Strictly Rhythm. In 1998, Ian was afforded the opportunity to take his music further, and so a deal with the V2 Records label offered up the chance of solid distribution and promotion on his second long player, "Meridian", and a follow up in 2000, titled "Since Then". Spreading his musical wings by this point, to encapsulate latin and bossa flavours, alongside experimental electronica as well as straight up, four to the floor, club records, this was a heady period for Pooley, clocking up thousands of air miles by DJing around the globe in clubs and at major festivals. His DJ prowess was displayed on various high profile mix CDs, including compilations for NRK Music, Obsessive and Ministry Of Sound.

Pooley made the jump back to independent label in 2003, following the successful, but ultimately concluding years at V2. This time though, the label, Pooledmusic, was his own imprint, and a chance for complete control on music policy and artwork. Pooledmusic was predominantly designed as a vehicle for his own productions and remixes, but also as a springboard for those rare exponents of the scene that sing from his very same song sheet. And so, for the past 8 or so years, the label has been exploring the deeper shades of house music, with releases and remixes by the likes of Kemetic Just, Zoo Brazil, Sasse, Vincenzo, Derrick Carter and Phil & Dan, always delivered with the ethos of quality over quantity. And few could argue that the standard kept throughout Pooledmusic’s 8-year campaign has been anything but stellar. Much of this is down to the label’s distinctive sound, voicing deep, emotive tracks ignited by a solid groove and a dash of funk is Pooledmusic's clear blueprint.
And so, as the circle comes back round again, Pooley finds himself once more back in high demand. Not an artist who has burned out too soon, but an artist for whom experience and longevity has only enhanced his sound and skills. Current releases for labels at the top of their game also, such as Josh Wink's Ovum, Radio Slave's Cabin Fever, Will Saul's Simple, and Defected Records, are all testimony to the fact that Pooley can always be relied upon to deliver fresh and interesting music that appeal to the more discerning dance floors. For it is for these kind of dance floors that house music and techno music survive, and you can sure bet that Pooley is here to stay.

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