Majik Boys is DJ/Producers Mike Zaplatosch & Andy Garcia and Billboard reporting DJ, Jeremy Martorano . Previously Mike & Andy were known as Zapp & Vice and garnered alot of notice in the UK & US for their work on Jessica Folcker, Charlotte Perelli, Girlicious and more. Jeremy has worked promotions for Liquid360, Lauren Hildebrandt, iPartyRadio. com, & Hot Mix 5 / Mickey Oliver. He is also well known for his past Music News & Reviews columns, DJing at various circuit events around the country (Gay Days Orlando, San Diego Pride, Altanta Pride, clubs in Louisville, Seattle, Minneapolis, Denver, +), extensive Mixshow career (SIRIUS, WOWI, KZZP) and his involvement in the Phoenix dance scene (Pride, Rise, Adonis, Boom, Paco Paco, Charlie's). Now, Mike, Andy & Jeremy are rockin the dance floors & air waves as Majik Boys!
In 2009, Majik Boys blasted onto the scene and have officially remixed for such established artists as Rihanna, Christina Aguilera, Right Said Fred, Scherrie Payne (The Supremes), Georgie Porgie, Delious Kennedy of All-4-One and even Comedian extraordinaire Kathy Griffin!. Their hi-nrg club sound has been influenced by the likes of Calvin Harris, Avicii, Giorgio Moroder, Phil Spector, Robert Clivilles, David Guetta, Bimbo Jones, Chris Cox, Thunderpuss, Soundfactory, & Almighty.
A Majik Boys remix stands out from the rest. Their remix for Jonathan Luke's "Joy Toy" was played on LOGO's hit video show"Poplab". Quite often, the Majik Boys remix has been chosen to be the main remix or the primary remix for the music video on several releases including Delious of All-4-One “My Rose", Frankie’s "All Right" & Georgie Porgie’s “Go Bang”. With Right Said Fred's "This Love", the Majik Boys remix was the only "remix" to be released to mainstream radio. Majik Boys' first remix ever, Neil Sean Experience's "My Arms Keep Missing You", was used on the popular UK compilation Mad About The Boy 17 on Klone Records and is still a top seller on iTunes. Not a bad way to make an entrance. Within the first 6 months of life, Majik Boys had already produced remixes in 3 different languages - Swedish (Jessica Folcker), Spanish (Shelina & Lourdes), & English. As Andy Garcia says, "It doesn't matter where the Artist is from, a good song breaks any language barrier"
In 2009 Majik Boys scored Three top 5 hits on the US Billboard Club Play Chart with Christina Aguilera's "You Lost Me", Rihanna's "Breakin Dishes" & Lauren Hildebrandt’s "Burnin Out". Majik Boys remixes aren't limited to American chart success. Jackie Siebert's "Blackout In Wonderland" hit the UK Commercial Pop Chart at #19 with a bullet.
Mike & Jeremy of the Majik Boys spin a weekly syndicated mixshow on 6 of the most popular internet dance stations on the net DanceMixUSA.com, DanceRadio.ca (Canada), ZFM.com.au (Australia), CozyCornerRadio.com and 2 of the largest LGBT radio stations in the world Pride Nation Radio (PNN) & GayInternetRadioLive.com (GIRL). In total the Majik Boys can be heard 20 hours a week on the radio!
Many people ask where the Majik Boys name came from and it’s simple… take the first letter of each name M-ike, A-ndy & J-eremy and add IK to get MAJIK! The future for Mike, Andy & Jeremy is indeed very bright so check out a Majik Boys remix today by listening live in the club or on the radio and experience the Majik for yourself!
FEEL THE HAPPY!
Artist Contact: Jeremy Martorano
480.969.3766 firstname.lastname@example.org AIM: MajikBoys