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One of the global dance scene's biggest surprises of the last 18 months comes in the form of the absolute dancefloor devastation brought about by the Israeli progressive duo, Brisker and Magitman. In every corner of the globe, this versatile pair have impacted the very direction of dance music, with earthshaking productions influenced by breaks, house, trance and progressive, and support from a virtual "who's who" of the DJ elite.
Since their first release in 2006, Magitman Igal and Brisker Roman have had countless releases and remixes, appearing on such influential and stalwart labels as Baroque, AVA, Audiotherapy, SOG, Babylon, Method, Twisted Frequency and Dissident. Their music has been sought out by Sony for use in in Playstation games, and by Hernan Cattaneo for inclusion on his Renaissance Compilation, "Sequential". As their music has spread around the globe, so has the demand for their own dynamic and energetic DJ performances; the lads have already logged tens of thousands of miles in the air and played some of the world's best events and clubs in locations from Hong Kong to Brazil and everywhere in between and released their first mix-comp,entitled "Inception".
With their momentum building to a fever pitch, 2009 looks set to be the year that the rest of the world discovers Brisker and Magitman, cementing their place among the best the world has to offer. Spring will see the release of their first full-length artist album, along with numerous EP, single releases and remixes. Even more intense touring is sure to follow, with a first North American jaunt already in the works, as well as return visits to East Asia, Europe and South America. If you hear a big sound booming from a pair of decks anywhere in the world, rest assured that the progressive duo from Israel was somewhere in the mix. And if you are fortunate enough, it will be Brisker and Magitman themselves behind those decks, giving new intensity to the term "Peak Hour". Stay tuned- Brisker and Magitman are on the move.