At the point when Dreams came into my life, I’d been doing stuff professionally for labels like Champion Records and D-Zone. It was all dance stuff at that stage – writing and producing rave and happy house.
If you believe in fate, this is a good example of it. I had a little studio in the garden of my mum and dad’s house at the time and I was doing bits and pieces for little labels, just to earn a ...
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