Plump DJs biography

Last update: 2009-05-20 22:40:22

The plump DJs (Lee Rous and Andy Gardner) are one of the most popular DJs and producers of Nu skool breaks, a style of electronic dance music that has gained a large following in recent years.

The duo quickly rose to club stardom with the release of the popular track 'Electric Disco' in 1999. With their next release, "Remember My Name" and the release of their album "A Plump Night Out", they soon found themselves to be one of the most popular acts in the breaks scene.

"A Plump Night Out" album was a mix of their own productions and remixes of other artists.

Their second album "Eargasm" was released in 2003, featuring collaborations with Gary Numan and Louise Rhodes of Lamb. Following this release, they also established a quarterly club night of the same name at Fabric (club) in London.

Since that time they have been in demand as remixers and have produced popular remixes of both new songs (such as The Freestylers song "Push Up") and classic dance songs (such as Stakker's "Humanoid," Prince's "Kiss" and Donna Summer's "I Feel Love"). They are one of the few breakbeat acts to have broken through to more mainstream radio programs. In addition to producing, they have toured outside the UK to DJ at breaks events around the world, showing that they can mix breakbeat sounds on the decks just as well as they can in the studio.


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