Nathan Heinze

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Nathan Heinze is a house music and synthpop producer from Miami. His music is similar to that of the Pet Shop Boys and New Order.

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In the late 1990s and early 2000s, Heinze produced several eurodance and tribal tracks, but later work showed an electro and progressive house influence. His song "At the Disco" charted at #6 on InternetDJ.com.[1] After the success of "At the Disco", he began collaborating with Miami DJ VButterfly.[2] The most notable tracks the two released were a dance cover of "Lovesong" by The Cure, and "Stupid Prick", a minor hit released by Decibel Records NYC.[3] Heinze also worked with singer Vanessa Valentin (known primarily for her work in commercials for Pantene and Honda) on two tracks, "Maldita Condena" and "I'm Leavin".[4]

In 2007, he wrote and produced two tracks for the European charity album Philanthropy, and also remixed two other songs from the album ("Fanatic Boy" by KooLTURE and "Rumor" by Ray Grant).[5] In 2007, Heinze also remixed KooLTURE's hit "Stupid Superstar".[6]

In 2008, he completed two remixes of the West End Girls' first single from their album Shoplifting. The track is entitled "What Have I Done to Deserve This?" and is a cover of the 1987 Pet Shop Boys hit. Heinze's remixes appear on the CD single (released by EMI), along with a radio mix and an instrumental mix.[7] In November 2008, ISV Entertainment released Heinze's version of "It Doesn't Often Snow at Christmas" sung by West End Girls and found on the "Super Dance Christmas Party" release.[8]

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