Crosstown Rebels Presents Cr20: Album (Unreleased: Crosstown Rebels Presents CR20: Album (Unreleased Gems & Remixes)

Crosstown Rebels Presents Cr20: Album (Unreleased: Crosstown Rebels Presents CR20: Album (Unreleased Gems & Remixes)

Crosstown Rebels Presents Cr20: Album (Unreleased: Crosstown Rebels Presents CR20: Album (Unreleased Gems & Remixes)

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Crosstown Rebels Presents CR20: Album (Unreleased Gems & Remixes)
Artist: Crosstown Rebels Presents Cr20: Album (Unreleased
Label: Crosstown Rebels
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 5061002835484
Genre: Dance

'Damian Lazarus celebrates 20 Years of his world-renowned Crosstown Rebels imprint with a special album project of unreleased cuts and fresh remixes, featuring material from Black Co?ee, Maceo Plex, Art Department, Dennis Cruz and many more. Undeniably one of the most influential record labels within underground dance music, releasing material from Laurent Garnier, Krust and Mathew Jonson to Rosin Murphy, Deniz Kurtel, Francesca Lombardo and Jennifer Cardini while playing a pivotal part in the careers of artists like Maceo Plex, Jamie Jones, Art Department and Seth Troxler, Crosstown Rebels stands today as a hub and platform for flourishing projects across the electronic spectrum, including via sub-label Rebellion and across a long list of showcases across the globe. More than just your everyday label, the Crosstown Rebels legacy has grown alongside it's founder in equal measure, with head honcho Damian Lazarus continually showcasing, championing and spotlighting artists from across the globe who share his radiant, experimental vision for house music and beyond. Ringing in a major milestone in style, 2023 will see the biggest twelve months to date as Lazarus and Crosstown mark the 20th Anniversary of the label with a series of projects set to be unveiled in the lead-up to summer, with 'CR20 The Album' set for release on 12th May 2023. '20 years ago, I dreamed a dream of creating a family of like-minded, crazy individuals from all corners of the planet - releasing music to the world and making people dance. That dream was Crosstown Rebels, and this year we are 20. Over these years, I have forged beautiful friendships, discovered very talented artists and tried my best to help, advise and support some of the most colorful characters in dance music. Crosstown Rebels is more than a record label, it is family. So 2023 will mark the label's 20th Anniversary. This is an opportunity for the Crosstown Rebels family, a global community of artists, DJs and creatives, and the label's myriad of followers to celebrate this momentous milestone. There will be parties and events around the world. A killer compilation of exclusives and special remixes, a beautiful co?ee table book, a short film, and a special launch event are planned to bring together the sights and sounds of the label's unique and influential history. There's lots to share, announce and reminisce. 20 years young.' - Damian Lazarus.


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