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Paul van Dyk

The final year of the millenium was an especially honor-filled one for international DJ and producer Paul van Dyk. First, the readers of the English magazine "DJ" voted Paul as the "Best Music Maker", ahead of DJ legends Fatboy Slim (2) and Paul Oakenfold (3). Then at the 1999 Music Awards in London he received the "Best international DJ award". The "Ministry of Sound” Magazine elected him as the "Best international DJ", and his regular 6 hour set at “Gatecrasher” was voted as the "second best club night ever" by the readers of the English magazine "Muzic". His hit singles "Another Way and Tell me why" spent 10 weeks at number 1 in the German Dance - charts, and also reached number 13 & 7 in the UK Sales - charts. He continuously moved-up in “DJ Magazine’s” annual list of the "Top 100 DJ´s worldwide", then in September 1999, "Mixmag” Magazine elected him as "Man of the year" and "Muzik Magazine" named him as "Leader of the Trance Nation". Paul van Dyk himself, however, isn’t so happy with the label of "Leader". "I wouldn’t call myself a leader" he says. "Of course a man making music is (literally) standing in publicity. But the main thing for me is the music. I don’t want to lead people, I want to tempt them, to create a new world for them, just for that very small moment when they are losing themselves in my music. I want to inspire them.”

And this is from a man who regularly works both sides of the turntable, as recording artist and performing DJ. “I mean, simply spinning or producing some tracks without feelings, without communication, without inspiration, …this isn't enough. My music grows with the reactions of the listeners, there's communication between us.”

…And in regards to “Trance” ?

"I don’t create ‘Trance Music’, I really don’t like to give my music a name, I don’t like to categorize it. If I had to, I’d call it ‘Electronic Dance Music’. For me, this is my language.”

…A universal language, understood by people of every nation in every part of the world. Simply put, Paul van Dyk creates music that simply captures one’s emotions!

Born December 16th, 1971 in Eisenhuettenstadt, East Germany, Paul grew up in communist East Berlin. Prior to Germany’s reunification, he at least had an early window to the capitalist world via the cross-border airwaves. "We were able to see Westside - TV and listen to western radio stations.
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