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Questions Top100 DJs 2007 - admin - 2015-06-30 17:27

Progressive and trance.
Best known for: 
'El Niño', 'Everyday', 'Holding On To Nothing', etc.
Tune of the year: 
John O'Callaghan feat Audrey Gallagher 'Big Sky'
Producer of 2007: 
Gleave Dobbin
Breakthrough DJ/Producer of 2007: 
Jordan X - a 16-year-old who's been causing quite a stir in Northern Ireland.
Your musical inspiration: 
Depeche Mode
Best festival on the planet: 
This year it was Planet Love Summer Session in Ireland.
Best bit of kit: 
Pioneer CDJs. We always said we would never use CDs then the CDJ came along and totally changed the DJ world.
What tune makes you cry: 
Solarstone 'Seven Cities'
Naughtiest thing you've done this year: 
It was so bad we can't remember.

The trance fire is burning once again in Chris Agnew and Robbie Nelson's recently revamped studio and they're setting dancefloors on fire as 2007 draws to a close.
Their first single in two years, Agnelli & Nelson present A&N Project 'Wear That Dress' on Deepblue, has just hit stores after heavyweight playlist support, plus their remix of John O'Callaghan's 'Big Sky' is currently one of the most requested new tunes doing the rounds with a handful of tastemaker DJs.
The Deepblue connection has also led to their weekly Deepblue radio show that's syndicated to trance fans around the world.

Recalling their best gigs this year, Inside Out in Scotland sticks in their mind, where enthusiastic clubbers were chanting songs in the queue outside before the club even opened.
"The other was Gatecrasher at Eden, in Ibiza," adds Robbie. "It was just one of those magical Ibiza moments for us, playing the closing set after Dave Pearce as the crowd went crazy right to the end as the sun came up."

Chris and Robbie are also currently remixing a new tune for Markus Schulz and putting the finishing touches to a new artist album that's set for release in early 2008.
Make no mistake; Agnelli & Nelson are firmly back on the map.