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Bryan Cox is the New York based bangin' funky house master. Bryan's 100+ tracks have been featured in magazines such as Entertainment Weekly, Mixmag and URB, Showtime's "Queer as Folk", as well as in mix cd's by top dj's such as DJ Dan, Joey Beltram, Donald Glaude, Richard "Humpty" Vission, Hatiras and more. He has also appeared on prime time radio broadcasts by Fergie on London's BBC Radio One and also New York's WKU. Bryan has done work for the industry's top labels such as Ultra, Subliminal, Fine Tune, IHR, and more. Remixing a wide variety of top artists, anywhere from Hertz to Ferry Corsten, has kept Bryan very busy when not traveling abroad.
Nearly every track Bryan's produced has reached #1 on the DanceRecords.com charts (Americas #1 and largest record store) as well as numerous #1's on Juno (The UK's Largest). Bryan had around 20 number one hits in 2005/6 alone. Being licensed to the "This is Techno" CD, which included tracks by Moby, Crystal Method, and Underworld, was a crowning moment for his "Music is Movin" track. While "The Smackdown", Bryan's radio show, was the most listened to radio show on the worldwide 1groove.com. It was broadcast alongside such other notables as Defected Records and Chris Liebing.
Here's just a sampling of what some of his peers in the industry are say:
"Bryan Cox always rips it!!" -Joey Beltram
"Bryan's energy on this album once again represents the funky intensity that only Bryan can create through his dj'ing and production skills. This mix really makes you want to be in the center of a massive outdoor festival at peak hour. I recommend this album to anyone who honestly loves their music pumping and consistently funky! Excellent mix!" -DJ Dan
In addition, this peak time dj has launched a global tour promoting his new mixed artist album "Motive", slated to drop in March 2007. His high-energy shows have packed dance floors across Europe and Asia and one of his favorite experiences from the tour was headlining at one of Europe's largest music festivals, Dance Valley in Amsterdam. Bryan stated: "It was a wild festival that lasted for two days and I've never seen anything like the way these people party!"
His travels appear to continue as he has been booked to return to Dance Valley for 2007 to rock the house stage again. Furthermore, being one of a select few dj's invited to play in China, while standing on The Great Wall on the Asian leg of his tour made him realize how lucky he was to have such a great job.
With the first half of his tour shows spreading from the UK to Poland, Japan to Colombia, Bryan hits the U.S. briefly on the spring leg of his global tour before heading off to the European summer festivals in 2007. Lastly, Bryan Cox's new night in NYC "Weapon New York" or "WNY" promises to be one of the hottest showcases for the funky and bangin' side of house. He is being quickly dubbed the American pioneer of the new face of house music, and is trying to bring a refreshing new element to dance music.