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Master of the seductive synth, sensitive, pop-inflected songwriter, and all-round label visionary, Lee Curtiss knows how to straddle the dance industry’s many contradictions. In the process, he releases hits as exquisitely crafted and mentally twisted as they are in global demand. The musical engine room of Visionquest, Lee first made his mark as a producer with releases for Spectral, Get Physical, Supplement Facts, and Wolf & Lamb. Through DJ sets that mine the depths of dance music’s history and live PAs that pave the way to its future, Lee has showcased his inimitable sound in the world’s most esteemed clubs and festivals around the globe. His productions have graced charts, clubs and festivals alike for over a decade with hits like ‘Smoking Mirrors’, ‘Good Voodoo’, ‘Freak On’, ‘Body Twitch’ and his current collaborative efforts are making waves on top underground labels such as Visionquest, Classic Music Company, Snatch!! and Repopulate Mars.

But despite all of this success, Lee is much more than a mere techno and house producer. He has done celebrated remixing work for pop icons such as Tracey Thorne and director David Lynch. As close friends know, he is just as happy at home in the studio drawing inspiration from bands like The Stone Roses, INXS, and Prince as he is electrifying the club. These diverse influences shine through in his work, furthering his artistic goal of “bringing non dance music songwriting strategy into dance music.”

01. Mark Farina, Homero Espinoza, Seven Davis Jr. – You Should Be Dancing (Til Von Sein and Tigerskin No Standing Remix)
02. Nick Curly – Rack And Run
03. Chambray – Cerulean
04. Mr. G – JB’s
05. Leonardo Gonnelli – Materi
06. Ruben Mandolini – Inred
07. Lee Curtiss Feat Desmond DSP Powell – Erotic Tendencies
08. Funk The Beat – In The Mix
09. Metronomy – Old School (Playgroup Remix)
10. George Clinton – Atomic Dog (Lee Curtiss Remix)

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