- Trophy Twins


The Trophy Twins are key figures at the forefront of the UK's House and Electro scene today. In addition to their residencies with Toolroom Knights and Kissdafunk, where they headlined many of their Ibiza parties at El Divino last summer, they also find the time to run Pop Pop Records with Toolroom's Funkagenda. The Trophies began their career in the North of England at clubs like Gatecrasher, however in nowadays they're recognised on an International level, regularly playing shows across the Globe in South Africa, Brasil, China, Spain, Denmark, Slovenia, Singapore, Jakarta, Poland, Ukraine, Finland, Dubai and Ibiza to name just a handful. In the UK alone they regularly play for Pacha, Godskitchen, Progression, Bedrock, Colours and, until its recent closure, The Cross in London. In 2003 The Trophy Twins were crowned 'Mixmag Future Heroes', alongside others rising stars at that time - Nic Fanciulli and Tom Neville. Following a number of high profile headline sets at many of the UK's major dance music festivals, the bosses at BBC Radio 1 picked up on the twins undeniable talent. Signing them up to regularly host their 'Residency Show', Radio 1 soon recognised The Trophies popularity. Summer 2006 saw the twins enrolled to present their own weekly show called 'The Aftershow', which aired each and every Saturday & Sunday Morning from 4am - 7am. Alongside playing some of the most cutting edge House music on the airwaves they also produce it. Releases on such prolific labels as Toolroom, Positiva, Yoshitoshi and Renaissance have not only been tearing up the hottest dancefloors the world over, but also gained support from many of the biggest players in dance, including Deep Dish, Steve Lawler, Carl Cox, Pete Tong and Erick Morillo. Over the coming months, their productions see remixes and collaborations with Robbie Rivera, Funkagenda, Micky Slim, C&C Music Factory, Shapeshifters, Guy Williams & James Fitch…


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Florence And The Machine, David Guetta, Mark Knight, Hardwell, Coldplay, Faithless, Jorgensen, BSD, Bloc Party, Fedde Le Grand, Underworld, Sander Van Doorn, Fatboy Slim, Koen Groeneveld, Dubfire, Funkagenda, Dave Spoon, D.Ramirez, Francis Preve, Wolfgang Gartner, Tiesto, Dino, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Nicky Romero, Nilson, John Christian, Digitalism, Kevin Saunderson, Stefano Noferini, Pete Tong, Submotion Orchestra, Hardsoul, Greg, Roog, Todd Terry, The Gypsymen, Manuel De La Mare, Luigi Rocca, UMEK, Beltek, Dirty South, John Dahlback, Dirty Vegas, Katherine Ellis, Michael Woods, Artificial Funk, EDX, F.L.G., Thomas Gold, Skin, Adam K, Soha, Robbie Rivera, Marnie, Richard Dinsdale, Wray, DJ PP, Sean Miller, Daniel Dubb, Hool, Bruckheimer, Audiodrive, Lovebirds, Novika, Shlomi Aber, Itamar Sagi, Sharam Jey, Shahi, Sucker DJs, Atrium, The Factory, David Amo, Julio Navas, Gustavo Bravetti, Martijn Ten Velden, Lucien Foort, MC Gee, Alex Kenji, TC (UK), Muzzaik, Penny Foster, Jake Island, Joanna Christie, Cloud 9, Relation, Superbass, Rene Amesz, Ruell, Workidz, Gabriel Rocha, Jay C, Felix Baumgartner, Federico Scavo, Filthy Rich, Prok & Fitch, Paul Thomas, Bart B More, Die, Interface, William Cartwright, Matteo DiMarr, Steve Mac, Paul Harris, Tim Weeks, D-Formation, Patric La Funk, Adam Shaw, Various Artists, Mark Knight, Fedde Le Grand, deadmau5, Digitalism, Deniz Koyu, Jay Lumen, Matthias Tanzmann, Copyright, Tocadisco, Sultan + Shepard, Manuel De La Mare, Trophy Twins, Funkagenda, Above & Beyond, Noisia, Martijn Ten Velden, Gorge, Funk D'Void, Nicole Moudaber, EDX, Shlomi Aber, Belocca, Soneec, Tensnake, Chopstick & Johnjon, Dusky, Rockers, FPS
Toolroom | 2013-07-29