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Atjazz

Last Night a DJ Saved My Life

 

Martin Iveson aka “Atjazz” needs little or no introduction to anyone into the deeper side of house music. A writer, producer, mix engineer, mastering engineer, label owner, DJ and one of the most successful men in the modern era of social media music communities he’s understated, hard working and hugely popular around the world, especially South Africa.

 

His early days were spent skateboarding and working on the Lara Croft series Tomb Raider computer games in the early nineties. Having written the musical score for the world’s most famous video game Atjazz left after 13 years in the role to concentrate on his own studio and channel his musical dreams and aspirations inviting a host of quality names to do the same.

 

Early success included his first EP ‘Story’ in 1996 led to the well-received debut album ‘That Something’, followed by two further albums, ‘Labfunk’ & ‘Labresults’ soon after establishing Atjazz as a distinct voice in the underground house scene.

 

A prolific remixer for artists such as Nitin Sawhney, Bob Sinclar, Jazzanova, Zed Bias & Omar to name but a few and was even requested to rework Henri Mancini’s ‘The Pink Panther Returns” for EMI Records. Atjazz’s sound is in demand from vocalists including Clara Hill, Robert Owens, Ernesto and many more for their own artist album projects.

 

2009 saw Martin close his label Mantis Recordings due to harsh industry changes and from these ashes came the Imprint appropriately named ‘Atjazz Record Company’. His third album came on Atjazz Record Company entitled ‘Full Circle’. This label concentrates heavily on Martin’s productions and collaborations. Atjazz Record Company is a new chapter for Atjazz but with a continuation of his trademark sound.

 

His work with Jullian Gomes and his DJ adventures in South Africa have thrust Atjazz into the elite of deep house around the world, working with a host of great talents, from Bucie, Fred Everything, Robert Owens, Jimpster and many more.

 

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Atjazz

Last Night a DJ Saved My Life

 

Martin Iveson aka “Atjazz” needs little or no introduction to anyone into the deeper side of house music. A writer, producer, mix engineer, mastering engineer, label owner, DJ and one of the most successful men in the modern era of social media music communities he’s understated, hard working and hugely popular around the world, especially South Africa.

 

His early days were spent skateboarding and working on the Lara Croft series Tomb Raider computer games in the early nineties. Having written the musical score for the world’s most famous video game Atjazz left after 13 years in the role to concentrate on his own studio and channel his musical dreams and aspirations inviting a host of quality names to do the same.

 

Early success included his first EP ‘Story’ in 1996 led to the well-received debut album ‘That Something’, followed by two further albums, ‘Labfunk’ & ‘Labresults’ soon after establishing Atjazz as a distinct voice in the underground house scene.

 

A prolific remixer for artists such as Nitin Sawhney, Bob Sinclar, Jazzanova, Zed Bias & Omar to name but a few and was even requested to rework Henri Mancini’s ‘The Pink Panther Returns” for EMI Records. Atjazz’s sound is in demand from vocalists including Clara Hill, Robert Owens, Ernesto and many more for their own artist album projects.

 

2009 saw Martin close his label Mantis Recordings due to harsh industry changes and from these ashes came the Imprint appropriately named ‘Atjazz Record Company’. His third album came on Atjazz Record Company entitled ‘Full Circle’. This label concentrates heavily on Martin’s productions and collaborations. Atjazz Record Company is a new chapter for Atjazz but with a continuation of his trademark sound.

 

His work with Jullian Gomes and his DJ adventures in South Africa have thrust Atjazz into the elite of deep house around the world, working with a host of great talents, from Bucie, Fred Everything, Robert Owens, Jimpster and many more.

 

 

Portrait image of Atjazz

Atjazz

Last Night a DJ Saved My Life

 

Martin Iveson aka “Atjazz” needs little or no introduction to anyone into the deeper side of house music. A writer, producer, mix engineer, mastering engineer, label owner, DJ and one of the most successful men in the modern era of social media music communities he’s understated, hard working and hugely popular around the world, especially South Africa.

 

His early days were spent skateboarding and working on the Lara Croft series Tomb Raider computer games in the early nineties. Having written the musical score for the world’s most famous video game Atjazz left after 13 years in the role to concentrate on his own studio and channel his musical dreams and aspirations inviting a host of quality names to do the same.

 

Early success included his first EP ‘Story’ in 1996 led to the well-received debut album ‘That Something’, followed by two further albums, ‘Labfunk’ & ‘Labresults’ soon after establishing Atjazz as a distinct voice in the underground house scene.

 

A prolific remixer for artists such as Nitin Sawhney, Bob Sinclar, Jazzanova, Zed Bias & Omar to name but a few and was even requested to rework Henri Mancini’s ‘The Pink Panther Returns” for EMI Records. Atjazz’s sound is in demand from vocalists including Clara Hill, Robert Owens, Ernesto and many more for their own artist album projects.

 

2009 saw Martin close his label Mantis Recordings due to harsh industry changes and from these ashes came the Imprint appropriately named ‘Atjazz Record Company’. His third album came on Atjazz Record Company entitled ‘Full Circle’. This label concentrates heavily on Martin’s productions and collaborations. Atjazz Record Company is a new chapter for Atjazz but with a continuation of his trademark sound.

 

His work with Jullian Gomes and his DJ adventures in South Africa have thrust Atjazz into the elite of deep house around the world, working with a host of great talents, from Bucie, Fred Everything, Robert Owens, Jimpster and many more.

 

 

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