Tom Novy

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Tom Novy
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Background information
Birth name Thomas Reichold
Born (1970-03-10) March 10, 1970 (age 45)
Genres House, trance
Occupation(s) Record producer, DJ
Years active 1995–present
Labels Kosmo Records, Rulin Records, Data Records, Ministry of Sound Australia

Tom Novy (born Thomas Reichold)[1] is a DJ and producer from Munich, Germany. He was the author of several club hits including "Without Your Love" and "Your Body". The latter has reached the top 40 of the ARIAnet Singles Chart in July 2005, and the top 10 of the UK Singles Chart in December 2005.[1] The song was the 142nd highest selling song of the year in the UK.[2]

Novy started producing music in 1994 when he signed for the Munich based record label, Kosmo Records, with his first record, "I House U", a cover of the Jungle Brothers' "I'll House You", with lyrics by Novy. His original tracks ran more along the subgenre of European-flavoured progressive house, until he started working with Eniac, better known as co-producer of DJ Tomcraft. Since then, Novy has moved to a Chicago-style garage house sound, usually vocalized.[citation needed] After a few more tracks on his own, Novy has once more taken on a studio partner, Adrian Misiewicz of DJ Manga.

In Popular Culture[edit]

Tom Novy was originally supposed to be in Grand Theft Auto III with his song, Back to the Streets, but got removed due to unknown reasons



Tom Novy[edit]

  • 1995 "I House U"
  • 1996 "The Odyssey" (with Afrika Islam & Vicky Culhoun)
  • 1997 "Creator" (with Oliver Morgenroth)
  • 1999 "I Rock" (with Adrian Misiewicz & Virginia) - #55 UK
  • 2000 "Now Or Never" (with Adrian Misiewicz & Lima - #64 UK
  • 2000 "My Definition EP"
  • 2000 "Welcome To The Race" (with Adrian Misiewicz & Lima)
  • 2000 "Music Is Wonderful" (with Adrian Misiewicz & Lima)
  • 2001 "Back To The Streets"
  • 2002 "It's Over" (with Sabrynaah Pope)
  • 2003 "Loving You" (with Adrian Misiewicz)
  • 2003 "Without Your Love" (with Adrian Misiewicz & Lima) - #80 AUS
  • 2004 "Your Body" (with Adrian Misiewicz & Michael Marshall) - #36 AUS
  • 2005 "Take It (Closing Time)" (with Adrian Misiewicz, Jan Krause & Lima) - #54 AUS
  • 2006 "Unexpected" (with Adrian Bahil & Robin Felder)
  • 2007 "My House" (with Adrian Bahil & Michael Marshall)
  • 2008 "Runaway" (with Adrian Bahil & Abigail Bailey)
  • 2008 "Fluxkompensator" (with Adrian Bahil & Abigail Bailey)
  • 2008 "Ziganje" (with Adrian Bahil)
  • 2009 "(My City Is) My Lab" (with Adrian Bahil & Sandra Nasic)
  • 2009 "Follow Me To Ibiza 2009"
  • 2010 "Touch my Junk" GU Music[1]

Novy vs. Eniac[edit]

All were collaborations with Eniac
  • 1998 "Smoke Dis"
  • 1998 "Superstar" - #25 Switzerland, #30 Austria, #32 UK, #56 Netherlands
  • 1998 "Someday > Somehow" (with Virginia)
  • 1999 "Pumpin" - #19 UK[1]

Other aliases[edit]

  • 2003 ""The First The Last Eternity"" with Snap!
  • 2003 "@ Work", as Supermodel DJs (with Phil Fuldner)
  • 2005 "I Need Your Lovin", as Casanovy (with Adrian Misiewicz)
  • 2006 "New Dimension", as Yvonn (with Adrian Bahil and Bill Brown)
  • 2006 "The Power", as Tom Novy vs. TV Rock (with TV Rock)
  • 2007 "Slap That Bitch", as Tom Novy vs. JCA (with Jean-Claude Ades, Patty the Downtownprincess and Simone Anés)


  • 2000 My Definition
  • 2006 Superstar


  1. ^ a b c d Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 398. ISBN 1-904994-10-5. 
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