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Billy Nasty Live Classic Techno DJ-Sets DVD Compilation (1992 - 1999)

Billy Nasty Live Classic Techno DJ-Sets DVD Compilation (1992 - 1999)

Billy Nasty Live Classic Techno DJ-Sets DVD Compilation (1992 - 1999)

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Billy Nasty (1993 - 1999)
Live Classic Techno DJ Sets Compilation

28 Live DJ-Sets + 36 Hours of Music

 

We have put together this Quality Collection of Classic Techno DJ-Sets which offers the buyer a great chance to purchase this fantastic series of DJ Sets from one of the original Techno DJ's all in one Convenient Affordable DJ-Sets Compilation 

The DJ-Sets can easily be used on your Home Entertainment System, In-Car MP3 Player, Home PC / Apple Mac, Apple iPod / iPhone / iPad, Portable Music Player or Tablet and through your Smart TV or DJ Equipment using the USB Drive option, so you have a huge variety of different devices in which you can play our DJ-Set Compilations, regardless of whether you are at home, in the car, or the train or on the move. 


Compilation Listing


1992 - 1993 BILLY NASTY CLASSIC TECHNO DJ-SETS 
Billy Nasty - Live @ Splash2, Hastings Pier (27.11.92) – 90 Mins
Billy Nasty - Live @ Club NY in Montpellier (28.07.93) – 2 Hours
Billy Nasty - Live @ Renaissance By The Sea (28.05.93) - 90 Mins
Billy Nasty - Live @ Studio Techno Mix (1993) - 1 Hour

1994 BILLY NASTY CLASSIC TECHNO DJ-SETS 
Billy Nasty - Live @ Final Frontier in London (1994) - 1 Hour
Billy Nasty - Live on Radio 1 Essential Mix (28.05.94) - 90 Mins
Billy Nasty - Live @ Craigmile in Aberdeen (13.07.94) – 90 Mins
Billy Nasty - Live @ Evlo Party In Amsterdam (31.12.94) – 90 Mins
Billy Nasty - Live @ Journeys by DJ Studio (1994) – 90 Mins
Billy Nasty – Live @ Recorded Live Studio Mix (1994) – 1 Hour
Billy Nasty - Live @ Sound Factory (1994) – 90 Mins
Billy Nasty - Live @ Studio Mix Tape (1994) – 90 Mins

1995 BILLY NASTY CLASSIC TECHNO DJ-SETS 
Billy Nasty - Live @ Bomb Studio Mix (1995) – 90 Mins
Billy Nasty - Live @ House Masters Studio Mix (06.03.95) – 90 Mins
Billy Nasty - Live @ Who's Zoom in Who Studio Mix (1995) – 75 Mins

1996 BILLY NASTY CLASSIC TECHNO DJ-SETS 
Billy Nasty - Live @ Back To Basics in Leeds (1996) – 2 Hours
Billy Nasty – Live @ Flux Trax - Muzik Magazine (06.06.96) – 30 Mins
Billy Nasty - Live in Naples (1996) – 90 Mins
Billy Nasty - Live on Radio 1 Essential Mix (17.03.96) – 2 Hours

1997 - 1998 BILLY NASTY CLASSIC TECHNO DJ-SETS 
Billy Nasty - Live @ Race Data E.T.A Studio Mix (1997) – 150 Mins
Billy Nasty - Live @ Glastonbury 1998 in Somerset (28.06.98) – 1 Hour
Billy Nasty - Live @ Awakenings in Holland (31.10.98) – 45 Mins
Billy Nasty - Live @ Westergasfabriek in Germany (31.10.98) – 30 Mins

1999 BILLY NASTY CLASSIC TECHNO DJ-SETS 
Billy Nasty - Live @ Homelands in Ireland (30.05.99) – 1 Hour
Billy Nasty - Live @ Karma Club in Chicago (15.07.99) – 75 Mins
Billy Nasty - Live @ Stars X2 Studio Mix (1999) – 1 Hour


 Artists Profile


 

Current Location :: London, UK

Music Genres :: Techno


 

  

 

Billy Nasty is well known all over the World as one of the major electronic music icons for his mixes, productions and label management. He has been living a very impressive journey, which began in the late eighties under the influence of house music and its roots, such as rare groove and funk.

The first job of William 'Billy' Nastri at Zoom record shop in 1989 gave him the opportunity to be in contact with the forefront of the dance music, changing the curse of his life forever. In the beginning of the following year, he initiated his first residency with Steve Bicknell, the “Exploding Plastic Inevitable” at the legendary Brain Club in Soho. There, he was able to play several styles of dance music that inspired the first steps of the progressive house scene, between others.

In 1991, he was invited to make a mix CD named “Journeys By DJ Volume 1: In The Mix With Billy Nasty”. With that one, he became one of the first DJs to produce a mix set sold commercially. With the aid of his bootleg mix tapes and his mixing talent, he upgraded his techniques with gigs such as Venus, Renaissance and Back2Basics. One of his initial productions was his remix with Dave Wesson for ‘Acorn Arts - II’, released by X-Gate Records in 1992 (they also did a remix for ‘Body’, which came out at “Trance” compilation by Rumour Records, a fine example of the progressive and trance atmosphere of that time). Another one, very well known at that time, was one of his first solo experiences: Nosh Not Nush remix for ‘Nush – Nush’, released by labels like X:treme Records and ZYX Music.

Billy turned to be quickly one of the main names of the underground electronic scene of his country. It didn’t take long to be a regular on events such as The Drum Club, Open All Hours, Final Frontier, and Strutt. In the mid nineties his gigs all over England and Europe increased seriously and he developed his own DJ agency focusing more and more on his career as producer.

His natural inclinations guided him progressively to techno. He was elected in 1996 best national DJ and the best Radio One Essential Mix in the UK Muzik awards. Not long after that, Billy choose his “Billy Nasty Race Data E.T.A” recorded set released by Avax (UK) (1997), as the ideal action for the techno audiences, conscious that they were looking for new mixed CDs of the genre. Of course, it was another success. These professional highlights granted him a place in bigger events such as Tribal Gathering, among many others. His Mixed CDs saga continued: by Trust The DJ, he mixed the “BN01” in 2002, which impacts caused the creation of the second chapter - “BN02”, that appeared some time later.

Anxious to see his personal kind of music spreading, he started his own label, Tortured Records, as a way to connect the technoheads to his work. His eclectic musical backgrounds drove him to other sonorites, such as electro: with the master Anthony Rother he did "Celebrate The Roots" (the track is on the "In Electro We Trust - A Datapunk Compilation (Limited Edition)" tracklist).

Under a full time dedication schedule, Billy Nasty made use of his enormous potential to become one of the great DJs, producers and label owners of the international techno scene these last years, with a full agenda. He is frequently appearing in many big festivals, and also organizing some of his personal label showcases.


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