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Gabriel & Dresden live @ Space, Miami
by Raven: 03-21-2003

I must admit that I've been pretty eager to see this duo live. There's an obscene amount of hype around these guys due to their phenomenal remix and production work. They've catapulted themselves to the brink of stardom in this scene and their amazing studio work has opened the door for an instantaneous in-demand status as DJ's. With their Essential Mix and Global DJ Broadcasts circulating around media servers everywhere, now people have a sample of their equally incredible dexterity behind the decks. When I found out that they were booked to play at Miami’s super club Space on March 21, I was equally excited and irritated at the same time because I had a feeling that their set time would conflict with Paul van Dyk’s who was headlining the evening. As it turned out, my suspicions were right on the money as they were both slated to play at 2 AM. The evening for me belonged to Paul van Dyk who put on a spectacular show that was only bested by his performance at Space last year. Still, I was yearning to hear Gabriel and Dresden unleash some of their divine tuneage. Luckily, an hour of their set was recorded and broadcast as a Global DJ mix. This is their latest in a string of mixes for the Florida dance station and is no less amazing than their previous endeavors. The set has fluid mixing and a gorgeous tracklist compiled primarily of their newest remixes. From beginning to end, the flow is audibly pleasing, with some sensational programming. There’s a taste of breaks, great vocal tracks, and some tantalizing deep trance numbers. A couple of the tracks have already been unleashed in their mammoth Essential Mix but the majority of the tracks are fresh and deep. I highly recommend this set. Tracklist: Armin van Buuren – Yet Another Day (Attention Deficit Multi task breaks mix) Leama – Requiem For A Dream Markus Schultz – You Won’t See Me Cry (Gabriel and Dresden remix) Andain – Beautiful Things (Gabriel and Dresden remix) Unknown Unknown Nalin & Kane – Beachball (Gabriel and Dresden remix)

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