Mark Breeze

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Mark Breeze
Birth name Mark Brady
Also known as DJ Breeze
Born 1970 (age 43–44)
London
Origin United Kingdom
Genres Happy Hardcore, UK Hardcore
Occupations DJ, Record producer
Years active 1996–present
Labels

Essential Platinum (1996)
Happy Hardca$h (1999)
Infinity Recordings (1998-2004)

Futureworld (2008-present)

For the Welsh rugby union player see Marc Breeze.

Mark Breeze (real name Mark Brady, born 1970), also known as DJ Breeze, is a UK Hardcore producer based in the United Kingdom. He is most known for his songs "Let's Fly" and "Jump A Little Higher", and frequently contributes DJ mixes to hardcore compilation series such as the Clubland X-Treme Hardcore series.

He is mostly known in combination with Darren Styles, or Styles. Together, known as Styles & Breeze, they have produced some of the most popular hardcore and trance songs; examples include: "Heartbeatz", a UK #16 hit, "You're Shining" (UK #19), and "Let Me Fly" (UK #59).[1][2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Styles And Breeeze", Chart Stats, retrieved 2011-07-31
  2. ^ "Styles & Breeze/ Karen Danzig", Chart Stats, retrieved 2011-07-31
  3. ^ "Darren Styles/Mark Breeze", Chart Stats, retrieved 2011-07-31

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