Loco Dice

Bio

Rewind back to the start of the last decade when a teenage Loco Dice was a rapper and a Hip Hop Dj, playing support slots to Usher, Ice Cube, Jamiroquai, Snoop Dog and R. Kelly. The Tunisian Born Loco Dice soon became a very well known figure in his native German Hip Hop scene and as the scene exploded (becoming Germany's biggest musical genre, as it did right across the world) he did what any self respecting underground artist would: He switched to house music. But not any old house music: very sexy and very crowd pleasing House Music. Loco Dice is now signed to 420 Recordings in the UK, Superstar Records in Germany.

His tribal, sweetly funky, bassline driven, dance floor friendly skills have given him a residency at last year's coolest club DC-10 and Germany's favorite venue, Dusseldorf's Tribehouse. He regularly tours America, both North and South, having played all the Spundae’s, all the Crobars, Creamfields and Pacha.His first release on 420 "Phat Dope Shit" has gone stellar, his remixes of Timo Maas's "Help Me" had a worldwide release.

2003 saw Dice release two new tracks released on Four:Twenty 'City lights' and 'Dynamite Love' and also had remixes of both Phat dope shit (Saeed) and City lights (Martin Buttrich) released all of which received fervent support from the underground dance press and radio.

2004 see's Dice with dates at Crobar (New York) and residencies at Tribehaus (Germany), Fever Versilia (Italy)& DC10 Circo Loco (Ibiza), and once again he will be continuing his constant touring of Europe.

Dice has recently been in the studio and has recorded some of his best work to date, one of the tracks 'Cellar Door' can be first sampled at the 2004 Miami Winter Music Conference a soon to be released one sided white label on Four:Twenty and man you gotta check this shit out!

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