Bryan Kearney

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Bryan Kearney
Bryan Kearney A State Of Trance Festival Argentina 700.jpg
Kearney in 2015
Background information
Also known as Kearnage, Spunuldrick, The Roecorder
Origin Dublin, Ireland
Genres Uplifting Trance, Trance, Psy-Trance
Years active 2002-present
Labels Discover Records

Bryan Kearney (IE pronunciation: /ˈkɑːrni/) is an Irish DJ/Producer in electronic dance music mostly Trance and especially Uplifting Trance & Psy-Trance. His tracks have been remixed by the likes of Giuseppe Ottaviani, John Askew, Activa, and Heatbeat.


Bryan Kearney began DJing when he was 19 years old. As a DJ, he has been featured on Dublin's prime time radio shows such as Energy FM and Kiss FM. He has also performed in venues across the globe, playing at some of the world leading dance events including the Sunrise Festival in Poland, and Sensation White in Melbourne, Australia.[1]

At the same time he started DJing, Bryan Kearney began producing and has since released tracks across many different genres of dance music. In 2006, he produced the song "Exactly" with John O'Callaghan, and it was remixed by one of his idols, Giuseppe Ottaviani of NU-NRG. "Exactly" was requested for no less than fifteen album compilations.[2] His techno-flavored tune More To Life became the biggest selling download ever on Discover Records label.[1]


Singles & Collaborations[edit]

  • John O'Callaghan & Bryan Kearney - Restricted Motion
  • John O'Callaghan & Bryan Kearney - Exactly
  • Sneijder & Bryan Kearney - Proper Order
  • Sneijder & Bryan Kearney - Next Level
  • Bryan Kearney - More To Life/Punchline
  • Bryan Kearney presents Spunuldrick - The Walrus
  • Bryan Kearney - You Will Never Be Forgotten
  • Bryan Kearney - Stealth Bomber (Original Mix)
  • Bryan Kearney - Awaken
  • Bryan Kearney - Get The Edge
  • Bryan Kearney - Punchline
  • Bryan Kearney - Mexican Rave
  • Indecent Noise & Brian Kearney - Uncommon World
  • Bryan Kearney - The Nettle
  • Bryan Kearney - Te Amo


  • 2013 : Indecent Noise - Phobia (Bryan Kearney Remix)
  • John Askew - Battery Acid (Bryan Kearney for the neighbour's Remix)
  • Solarstone - Please (Bryan Kearney Remix)
  • John O'Callaghan - Rotterdam (Bryan Kearney Remix)
  • Dave Schiemann - Shade (Bryan Kearney Remix)
  • Mix Factory - Take Me Away (Bryan Kearney`s Planet Love MakeOver)
  • Fire & Ice - Lost Emotions (Bryan Kearney Remix)
  • Tony De Vit - The Dawn (Bryan Kearney Remix)
  • Melly - Arrival (Bryan Kearney Edit)
  • Sean Tyas - Lift (Bryan Kearney Edit)
  • Gareth Emery feat. Bo Bruce - U (Bryan Kearney Remix)
  • Armin van Buuren feat. Jan Vayne - Senerity (Bryan Kearney Remix)
  • Aly & Fila Feat. Rafif - Mother Nature (Bryan Kearney Remix)
  • Plumb - Need You Now (How Many Times) (Bryan Kearney Remix)
  • Armin van Buuren - Together (Bryan Kearney Remix)
  • Easton feat. Roxanne Emery - Healing Rain (Bryan Kearney Remix)
  • Dario G - Sunchyme (Brean Kearney Bootleg Mix)
  • Bryn Liedl feat. Bethany Marie - Statues (Bryan Kearney Remix)
  • Cosmic Baby - Fantasia (Bryan Kearney Remix)

Radio show[edit]

He also hosts a bi-weekly radio show/podcast called KEARNAGE, that airs on Afterhours.FM radio. It can also be downloaded as a podcast.

Awards and honors[edit]

  • Voted as second best set at The Sunrise Festival 2008.[1]
  • Runner up in Best Producer category at the 2009 Irish Dance Music Awards (second to John O'Callaghan).[1]
  • in 2014, his remix of Gareth Emery's track "U" was voted tune of the year on Armin Van Buuren's popular radio show "A State Of Trance".


  1. ^ a b c d "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2010-05-05. Retrieved 2009-12-09. 
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