Tall Paul & Dave Aude

Tall Paul & Dave Aude

Tall Paul began DJing in 1987 at 16, playing for office parties at his dad's nightclub Turnmills. In 1990, he gained residency at Trade and quickly became recognised for playing hard-edged-house anthems. Soon after, Paul was offered a residency at the Zap Club in Brighton, which led to regular slots at the Gardening Club's Club For Life. In 1992, Paul put out his first vinyl offering, "Love Rush". He then hooked up with Hooj Choons’ Red Jerry, who christened him with the title “Tall Paul", and recorded the dance classic “Rock Da House,” reaching No. 11 in the national charts. Paul went on to produce numerous top 40 hits including the club anthems Escrima - “Deeper” and “Train of Thought”, and his highest entry to date, Camisra - “Let Me Show You”, entered new at No. 5. All this led to a series of remix projects for artists such as New Order, Stone Roses, Erasure, Human League, Marc Almond, Wild Child, Hyperlogic, Cappella, Duran Duran, Nalin & Kane, Blondie, Bizarre Inc, and Dina Carroll.

Dave Aude's production contributions span the barriers of dance music. He has produced for artists like DJ Keoki, Barenaked Ladies, Faith No More, Orgy, and Madonna, while his own productions rest between high-energy house and tranced-out jungle that have made him popular amongst the jungle and techno crowds. In 1991, he began making house music at Truth, a Los Angeles dance club, and formed Lunatic Fringe with the club's owner, Steve Levy. They founded Moonshine Music, a record label, together, and built a studio in West Hollywood. Aude also mixed a series of compilation albums and played a big part in one of the label's biggest techno hits, DJ Dan's, "That Zipper Track," which he recorded under the alias Needle Damage. He has a number of mix albums to his credit, including 2000's Rush Hour, 2001's Nocturnal Wonderland and 2003's Mixed Live.

Title Album Genre Tools
Common Ground (feat. Sisely Treasure) [Cabin Crew Remix] Common Ground Remixes Electronic
Client:
Artist:
Tall Paul & Dave Aude
Era:
2000s
Genres:
Electronic
Instruments:
Bass, Drums, Electronic, Percussion, and Synth
Keywords:
Atmospheric, Bright, Climactic, Driving, Epic, Feel-Good, Party, Percussive/Drums, Romantic, and Sentimental
Scene Descriptions:
Film Trailer, Goodbye, Heartbreak, In Love, Make-Out, Night Club, and Sunny Day
Subgenres:
House and Techno
Tempo:
Fast
Vocal Types:
female
CD/Track #:
Common Ground Remixes
Release Year:
2006
Track ID:
25816
main mix 160k MP3
Common Ground (feat. Sisely Treasure) [Radio Edit] Common Ground Electronic
Client:
Artist:
Tall Paul & Dave Aude
Era:
2000s
Genres:
Electronic
Instruments:
Bass, Drums, Electronic, Keyboard, Percussion, and Synth
Keywords:
Atmospheric, Bright, Climactic, Driving, Epic, Feel-Good, Party, Percussive/Drums, Romantic, and Sentimental
Scene Descriptions:
Film Trailer, Goodbye, Heartbreak, In Love, Make-Out, Night Club, Sunny Day, and Victory
Subgenres:
House and Techno
Tempo:
Medium Fast
Vocal Types:
female
CD/Track #:
Common Ground
Release Year:
2006
Track ID:
25823
main mix 160k MP3
Take Me Back