Ian Pooley

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Ian Pooley (born Ian Pinnekamp in 1973) is a German-born record producer and DJ. While incorporating samples of various musical genres, Pooley's creations are usually classified as house or tech house with Brazilian influence.

Career[edit]

Pooley's music career began in 1993.[1] After a long stretch with V2 Records in which Pooley released several very successful[citation needed] albums (Meridian and Since Then) Pooley left V2 and started his own record company, Pooled Music, in 2003.[1]

Ian Pooley has also cited on various albums (Brazilution 5.3 and Souvenirs being two) that he had an audible 'click' when listening to Brazilian music at a night club.[citation needed] As such, a lot of his music has a noticeable Brazilian flavor to it. He has incorporated artists like Rosanna and Zelia and veteran musician Marcos Valle in some of his works.

In addition to original works, Pooley has remixed artists such as Deee-Lite, The Cardigans, Daft Punk, Carl Cox and Bob Sinclar.[2]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 1993 The Latest Adventures of Kool Killer, as Space Cube
  • 1995 Relations
  • 1996 The Times
  • 1998 Meridian
  • 1999 The Allnighter/Calypso
  • 2000 Since Then
  • 2002 The IP Series
  • 2004 Souvenirs
  • 2005 A Subterranean Soundtrack
  • 2008 In Other Words
  • 2013 What I Do

Singles[edit]

Ian Pooley
  • 1993 "Limited Edition"
  • 1994 "Pulse Code EP", as Ian Pooley & Alec Empire (with Alec Empire)
  • 1994 "Roller Skate Disco"
  • 1994 "Twin Gods EP"
  • 1995 "Twin Gods Vol. 2"
  • 1995 "Celtic Cross EP"
  • 1995 "Celtic Cross Remixes"
  • 1995 "My Anthem"
  • 1995 "Today"
  • 1996 "Chord Memory"
  • 1996 "Two Space Cowboys on a [Bad] Trip to Texas", as Ian Pooley & The Jaguar (with Alec Empire)
  • 1996 "What's Your Number"
  • 1997 "Calypso EP"
  • 1997 "Gimme Sound"
  • 1997 "Higgledy Piggedly"
  • 1998 "Followed"
  • 1998 "Loopduelle"
  • 1998 "Rock Da Discoteque EP"
  • 1998 "What's Your Number" (re-release)
  • 1999 "Coldwait"
  • 2000 "900 Degrees"
  • 2000 "Coração Tambor" (with Rosanna & Zélia)
  • 2000 "The Allnighter EP"
  • 2001 "Balmes (A Better Life)" (with Esthero)
  • 2002 "Traffic"
  • 2002 "The Fly Shuffle"
  • 2002 "Niteflite"
  • 2002 "Missing You"
  • 2002 "Ready to Flow"
  • 2002 "Piha", as Ian Pooley & Magik J (with Magik J)
  • 2003 "Here We Go!"
  • 2003 "Heke", as Ian Pooley & Magik J (with Magik J)
  • 2004 "Searchin'"
  • 2004 "Heaven" (with Jade and Danni'elle)
  • 2005 "Samo Iluzija"
  • 2006 "Higgledy Piggedly 2006"
  • 2006 "Celtic Cross 2006"
  • 2007 "All Nite"
Ides
  • 1994 "Sweet & Sour EP"
  • 1996 "Plastered EP"
  • 1996 "Elastic EP"
  • 1998 "Limer"
  • 2005 "Right in the Night EP"
Space Cube
All are collaborations with DJ Tonka
  • 1991 "Space Cube EP"
  • 1991 "Sub Audible"
  • 1992 "Kool Killer EP"
  • 1992 "Kool Killer Vol. 2"
  • 1993 "Kool Killer Vol. 3"
  • 1993 "Kool Killer Mixes EP"
  • 1993 "Unreleased Project EP"
  • 1993 "The Latest Adventures of Kool Killer EP"
  • 1994 "Dschungelfieber"
  • 1994 "Inbound/Outbound"
  • 1995 "Kommerz Killer/Big Bam Bam"
  • 1997 "Unreleased Space Cube Tracks"
T'N'I
All are collaborations with DJ Tonka
  • 1991 "Low Mass EP"
  • 1991 "Trip Men"
  • 1991 "Do You Still Care" (with Marie Pullins)
  • 1992 "Beam EP"
  • 1993 "Depart EP"
  • 1993 "Dream Team EP"
  • 1993 "I Want To Be Free"
  • 1994 "Mad Situation/Be Straight"
Other aliases
  • 1991 "Emperor/Daylight", as Outrage (with DJ Tonka)
  • 1993 "The Modular", as The Modulor
  • 1996 "Next to Nowhere", as Ansicht
  • 1996 "Skippin' EP", as John Skipper Trax
  • 1996 "Roll With It!", as The Low Frequency Band
  • 1996 "Ice Fractions 1", as Silvershower
  • 1996 "Ice Fractions 2", as Silvershower
  • 1997 "Enlite EP", as Bluelite
  • 1999 "Enlite Juice", as Bluelite
  • 1999 "Valle Valle!", as Pinnchiky"
  • 2001 "Viewing a Decade EP", as Quiet Daze
  • 2002 "Skippin' EP", as John Skipper Trax (re-release)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Ian Pooley's Debut Label Compilation 'Pooled 25'". Skiddle.com. 2010-03-07. Retrieved 2010-05-09. 
  2. ^ "A wave of new energy". Vijesti (Podgorica: Visit Montenegro). 2007-05-31. Retrieved 2010-05-09. 

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