Logout

Do you really want to logout?

Forgot Password

Email information
Please enter your email address and we will send you instructions to set a new password.

Choose / Confirm new Password

Choose / Confirm new Password
Paul van Dyk
http://s3.amazonaws.com/dldwebsite-production/black_and_white_avatars/paul-van-dyk/pulse/van_dyk_bw.jpg
mock full_address

Paul van Dyk

Title: DJ
Location: Berlin, Germany
Fields of operation: Art, Design, Culture
Twitter: paulvandyk



Paul van Dyk, DJ Born: 16.12.1971 in Eisenhüttenstadt, Germany Today: regular globetrotting stops at major venues in London, Tel Aviv, Mexico, New York and Singapore. In Berlin he has radio show "Soundgarden" , on Fritz radio. Collaboration with Peter Heppner, singer of the band Wolfsheim, which resulted in the hit single "Wir sind Wir" (translation: This is Us). 2004: Album "Reflections" voted "America's Favorite DJ" by BPM Magazine big winner at the Dancestar Awards, taking home 3 awards: Best International DJ, Best Event and Best Music in a Commercial (Motorola). Mexican Oscar for his soundtrack in the film "Zurdo" Paul partnered with the "Rock the Vote" campaign in order to encourage America's youth to exercise their right to vote in the 2004 presidential election. Previously, Paul was voted "Best Music Maker" by DJ magazine, ahead of DJ legends Fatboy Slim (2) and Paul Oakenfold (3). 2000: Album "Out There & Back" 1999: Creation of Vandit Records "Best International DJ Award" at the 1999 Music Awards in London. Paul remixed tracks of many renowned artists such as Inspiral Carpets, Sven Väth, Curve and New Order 1994: first album "45 RPM" (buzzed for two weeks at number 1 in England and four weeks at number 1 in the German dance charts, and also achieved high positions in the American, Australian, Dutch, Belgian and Scandinavian dance charts). He also did spinning sets at Berlin's "E-Werk". 1993: club hit of the year with "Love Stimulation" 1991: his unique style was played for the first time at the embryonic club "Tresor" in Berlin



YOU MIGHT LIKE THIS: