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Laidback Luke - Mixmash Radio 156 (20-05-2016)

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Laidback Luke - Mixmash Radio 156 (20-05-2016)
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Filipino-Dutch producer and DJ Laidback Luke was born in Manila, but raised in the Netherlands where he initially became known as a graffiti artist. Once he launched his career in music, he was soon working alongside well-known DJs such as Steve Angello, David Guetta, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Axwell, among others. He went on to tour extensively around the globe. Besides producing original work, Laidback Luke is also known for his remixes, and he has produced them for dozens of artists, including Daft Punk, Robin Thicke, Mariah Carey, Madonna, David Guetta, Kanye West, Pitbull, Moby, Jay-Z, and many, many others.

While continuing to forge their own paths in the ever-evolving dance music scene, the pair finally collaborated in 2006 with the release of Otherwize Then. As the Swedish house sound filled the charts, Scheppingen joined forces with Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Axwell for the huge 2007 hit Get Dumb. With Angello and company firm favorites at super-clubs around the world, Scheppingen's profile rose once again, with his name being linked to the world-famous Swedish House Mafia. As the electronic dance scene in America grew at the end of the noughties, the mix of electro-house, dubstep, and trance that had taken hold of Europe a few years earlier exploded as EDM. Collaborations with the likes of EDM mainstay Steve Aoki, dubstep and hip-hop producer Diplo, and U.K. chart-topper Example in 2011 firmly put the Laidback Luke name on the map. Although Scheppingen's own releases slowed after 2011, his remix work continued, seeing him rework some of pop music's biggest stars, including Madonna, Depeche Mode, Robin Thicke, and Tiësto. His long-awaited sophomore release materialized in 2015 when Focus was released with contributions from Yellow Claw, Benny Benassi, and others.
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