Young DJs taking their trance

WESTON'S very own trance record label has seen success in the international download charts. Ben Nicky and Lee Crago, both aged 21, set up the record label

WESTON'S very own trance record label has seen success in the international download charts.Ben Nicky and Lee Crago, both aged 21, set up the record label, Abstract Recordings, in Weston town centre in July.The pair created the tune Dirty Dancefloor in the studio and saw it reach number three in the international trance download charts earlier this month.Ben, who went to Priory Community School, has been a DJ for four years and has bookings with some of the biggest names in the dance industry including Judge Jules, Eddie Halliwell and Lisa Lashes.Ben said: "The record label has certainly helped my DJ career move forward and things can only get better. Our tune Dirty Dancefloor had DJ support from names such as Scot Project and Matt Darey."Four artistes have signed to the trance record label and one of them, from Northern Ireland, has had a track at number nine in the charts.The friends plan to release a new track every month and they hope Abstract will become the biggest trance record label in the UK by the end of next year.To download the track visit www.trackitdown.net and www.audiojelly.com It is also available from Bassline Records, Baker Street, Weston.For further details visit www.myspace.com/abstractrecordlabel


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