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Dean Coleman


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From global hot spots in Brazil, Lebanon, Romania, Russia, Cypress, Portugal, Washington, DC, Chicago, New York, and Montreal to name but a few, Dean Coleman keeps the audience moving by playing unreleased remixes of his favorite cuts and incorporating cutting edge effects, technology, and little bit of magic. His flare for original production, on-the-fly remixes, and custom edits make each performance special and unique.

Dean struck gold in 2002 with a bootleg of Narcotic Thrust's 'Safe from Harm', which was later signed by Deep Dish to their Yoshitoshi imprint.
Following that successful partnership, Yoshitoshi enlisted Dean to mix their first-ever compilation, House of Yoshi - The Collection. To support the release, Dean toured with Yoshitoshi and Deep Dish on a massive press and music tour sponsored by Pioneer, with whom he is a featured user. Since then, Dean Coleman has continued to work closely with Yoshitoshi, including remixes for Sharam's "The One" and Alcatraz's "Give Me Luv". Other Yoshitoshi productions include the EP, "Lukabrazi is Dead" and the much buzzed "I Want You".

Dean currently works out of one of the highest maintained facilities in the Southeast - Silent Sound Studios and Bass Hit Recording & Production in New York City. His music has been used by fashion icons Dolce & Gabbana for their 2006 Men¹s Fall and 2007 Women¹s Spring shows in Milan . He continues to consult the famous fashion house on music used for their events and shows . Dean scored his first film in 2005, "Glass Beads", a film by Angela Woo, daughter of John Woo, which won praise at the Venice Film Festival. He has also been profiled by Film Industry Software Sound Design giant Apple Computer and software leader Spectrasonics. He continues his collaboration with the film community by spinning annually at the Sundance Film Festival.

Dean is honored to have received endorsements from Ableton Live, Native Instruments, Serato (Pitch and Time Pro) and Access Synthesizers. He continues his dedicated relationship with NARAS and the AUDIO ENGINEERING SOCIETY, as well as his long-standing relationship with keyboard legend ROLAND and Pioneer Electronics. Even Apple.com has featured Dean for his extensive knowledge and use of their production platform, Logic.

Dean has remixedMIA's "Jimmy"and both"Sexy Back" and"My Love"forJustin Timberlake and has produced/remixedfor the likes of electronic heavweightsErick Morillo, Harry Choo-Choo Romero, Roger Sanchez, Hernan Cattaneo, Josh Wink, Eddie Amador, Julie McKnight, andFelix Da Housecat.
Upcoming projects for 2009 includea remix for Chris Cornell and Timbaland anthem,"Scream",the original tracks "Can't Come Back" [MUSICIZ], "Lately"
{MUSICIZ], "2 Gether" [Stealth], a co-production with Roger Sanchez, , and remixes of Eddy Fontane's "Heartbreaker". Dean continues to work on his first artist album due for later in 2009 while also producing tracks for other artists.

For more information log on to www.djdeancoelman.com or www.myspace.com/deancoleman for all the news and a live downloadable mix set. You can also find a mix set as a published podcast under 'Dean Coleman'
in Apple's iTunes Music Store.


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