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Some people prefer the word Tastemaker, others Selector… Despite your preference, Bridge and Tunnel Beat Co boss, Cheyne Christian has been making people move, since the early 90s.
2019 saw the launch of Bridge & Tunnel Beat Co. Their releases have been played on Radio 1, Sirius XM, Cool FM, Gaydio, amongst others and supported by a range of DJ tastemakers including Richie Hawtin, David Guetta, Erick Morillo, Joseph Capriati, Roger Sanchez, Marco Carola, Kryder and Nicole Moudaber.
While his 2020 tour is on hold due to the Global Pandemic, you can catch his Sneaker Dancing Radio Sessions, Bi-Monthly on Data Transmission Radio, Exclusive Guest Mixes and Live Streams for some of the biggest stations & shows across the globe.
Straight off a #3 Beatport Tech House Chart Position on Robbie Rivera’s Juicy Music, .
Light’s is a techy Big Room vocal track with its hypnotic beats and vocals which will swell over any big room dance floor. Accompanying the original is the delightful Balearic House mix which gives a nod to the San Antonio, Whet Isle sound. Then you have Dean Masi who flips the track on its head and drops his twisted jackin dub. Also, on this project includes Cheyne’s trademark Sneaker Dancing Dub Style, which is welcomed by DJs such as Claptone, David Guetta and Fatboy Slim.
This has energy, vocal and it hypnotic making you come back for more.
“Buena” Havana Hustlers(Cheyne Christian Sneaker Dancing Dub) peaked at #20 on Beatport Jackin/Funky House
“Coffee Break” – Frank Lamboy (Cheyne Christian Sneaker Dancing Dub) featured on Fatboy Slim Lockdown Mixtape #11
“Bamba Sana” Currently on Spotify’s Swag House Playlist
“This Sound” Juicy Music Peaked at #3 on Beatport Tech House Chart, #26 Overall Top 100. Added to Spotify Friday Crate Diggers Playlist. Played by David Guetta on his “Playlist” Show #517
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