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Mat is a electronic music producer evolving accross few projects and monikers, D-sens, Passion Victim, Lunaspice.

D-sens is his actual main project, spreading on stage a wide spectrum of deepoid technoid progoid hou-Zee, hypnotic beats blended with hipps of love smiles and a bit of twisted tricks.

D-sens production are featured on labels like Arva from Armin Van Buuren's compilation, Phunk Investigation's Miniatures records [it], Pena's Flow rec [pt], Baroque rec [en], Open records [australia], Sweep 181, Beef rec [chezch], on his own Bus records, Pure perception [usa], VP rec [israel], Stargate rec [japan], Rococo rec [germany]...

His productions,and unique dj style offered him to play over three continents in countries like Australia, Japan, NZ, India, Asia, north Africa and over europe in clubs and festivals along side headliner like Alex Smoke, Cari Lekebush, Josh Wink, D-nox & Beckers, Thomas Schumacher, Thomas Penton, Kazey Taylor, Acid Pauli, Guy J, Oliver Koletzki, Luke Chabel, Solead, Antix, Fiord, Minilogue, Atmos, Peter Gun...

//Passion victim is his freeland project, totally free of style he can remix and produce tracks in many styles or directions.

Co-managing sub machine records with dj Natas for a time he is now running is label BUS rec releasing electronic dance music without style boundaries.

//Lunaspice is a project he shared with his old friend and producer Steven Le Corre an amazing sound engineer of big PA rock, alternative and electro music scene. And a renowned sound manager for theater and the art of comptemporary dance.
Both of them where producing psytrance and becomes part of the pioneers of nowadays called progressive trance from early 2000's. Their album Reflexion was produced then released during this exciting time of change for this part of the electronic music world. Touring, spreading this sound on stage across amazing countries... Since the age of 17 they both played in psychedelic rock band and start experiencing sound shaping and exploring new directions, in 1993 Matt started djing and discovered trance music. Whilst at sound engineering school they started the psychedelic trancegoa band COSMOSQUAD, releasing tracks such as the boom on tribeadelic records (Australia),progresso and criogenial on Ying Yang Records, and is there any reason on Frances Sub Machine Records. They have since gone on to perform live in different countries over the globe such as the Caribbean Islands, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Turkey and Germany not to mention numerous appearances within Europe itself. Lunaspice have been a signed artist on Sub Machine Records for all of their existing compilations as well as releasing other tracks on labels such as Iboga, Flow, Tatsu, Cold Groove, Vp and many more Their first album Reflection, released June 2004, shows their best in sound research, pushing the band into the circle of pioneers of psychedelic progressive trance, now called "psygressive". Always fresh and exploring new path they believes that this sound is a driving force within parties and festivals over the world! Their album Reflection can be described as a good mix between groovy progressive, fat tech tribal and psychedelic music! A magical border line showing elements from all of those styles! Since that they released tracks that always captive great reviews from trancers and dj around the world along side of D-nox & Beckers, Antix, Ace Ventura, Andre Absolut, Atmos, Behind blue eyes, Liquid Soul, Perfect Stranger, Phony Orphant, Shiva Shandra, Sally Doolally, Sun control species, Mapusa Mapusa, Tetraktys, Motion, Triptych...

D-sens @ Bus Records   Mat D-sens, France

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