Rise In

Come on, Steve, you're at the vanguard of the dance revolution! People are listening to you! Do something interesting.

Rise In

Number 39 in one of the recent Top 2,000 DJs In The World features in a glossy dance monthly (he was 1,463 last year - quite an improvement!), Steve Lawler's winning mix of tribal house and progressive trance has at last thrust this dynamic DJ into clubland's major league. Or something. Famed for his five-hour twisted house sets at London's exciting new leisure experience, Home, Steve's found time in his busy international DJing schedule to record ten minutes of progressively tribal tech-house trance. By his own average standards, it's actually pretty

good. But honestly, there's so much of this generic floor-filling deep house fluff about, all of which is blindly championed by self-important cultural 'taste-makers', that it tends to blend, seamlessly of course, into nothing of any consequence whatsoever. Come

on, Steve, you're at the vanguard

of the dance revolution! People

are listening to you! Do something interesting.

Piers Martin

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