Myon and Shane54

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MYON AND SHANE 54

 

Myon and Shane54

 

Myon and Shane 54 are among trance Djs having their names as Márió Égető (Myon) and Előd Császár (Shane 54) from Budapest, Hungary. They are performing as a whole from 2008 in their respective genre Trance and Progressive House.

As to showcase their releases they are working under various labels Armada, Anjunabeats, Black Hole. Their tune of the year 2013 is Strangers (collaboration with Seven Lions and Tove Lo).

Recently in 2013 on DJ Mag list of 100 DJs Myon and Shane 54 stands on position #79.

 

Success Story:

They recorded music as individual musicians until they teamed up in 2008. With a new side the DJs also host a radio show titled “International Departures”. They welcomed with huge success due to their combined incredible talent and their spirit towards trance.

Their famous graph topping preparations and remixes, and performing their own particular characterizing brand of music and fabulous mashups on the DJ circuit have made another energizing buzz in the class.

As soon they rocked in the trance world  the nature of their work was immediately spotted by #1 DJ Armin van Buuren, whose fans voted them straight into the live ASOT 400 live telecast; offered on the last 2 ASOT assemblage, and remixing his own particular productions. This has been resounded by other top makers including Andy Moor , Above & Beyond, who immediately marked them up to gimmick on their gathering collections.

Myon and Shane54

 

Famous Releases:

They have delivered a fortunate rundown of creations including ‘Vampire‘, ‘Defenseless’, ‘Not A Lot Left’ and remixes ‘Never Say Never’ by Armin van Buuren, ‘Under Your Spell’ by Cosmic Gate and ‘Love Comes Again’ by Tiesto.

On top of this they have another “Anjunaband” called ‘Velvetine’, an organization with incredible astonish artist Aruna on Ajunabeats. EDM fans are requesting them at gigs over the globe leaving little time to unpack the bag between occasions.

As a talk with DJ Mag they said, ““Dance music is popular everywhere,” “and we’re one of the lucky few to travel and play all over the world. Best of all, we added a lot more fans. We love every one of them.”

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