Subtract Music Label Showcase: Guy J

A name that hardly needs an introduction. A humble Israeli superstar whose productions and sets SLAY the dance floor. Responsible for our biggest release to date. John Digweed and Hernan Cattaneo’s favorite producer. Did we miss anything? Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome Guy J! An artist of his stature rarely plays small shows, but we have […]

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Dactilar • Day One

One of the most beautiful records we’ve had the pleasure to release receives the magic treatment of the one and only Guy J. The results speak for themselves. Tracklist: 01. Day One (Guy J AM Mix) 02. Day One Feedback: Baikal – The Guy J Mix has nice soundspheres. Betoko – Love this, thanx! Dance […]

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Subtract Music Showcase • Guy J

Subtract Music Showcase. Come and enjoy Guy J’s unique sound on a massive Turbosound Floodlight sound system by The Ohm Guru! Supporting sets by LA’s own Anton Tumas and Kazell. Guy J (Bedrock / Cocoon / Lost & Found / Subtract Music) Israel Guy J is a cutting edge producer, DJ and live act from […]

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Gill Norris – Forme (Guy J PM Mix)

For our 6th release, we dug out what many claim to be one of the best Progressive tracks ever, having been included on none other than James Holden’s seminal Balance 005. Remixing such a timeless classic is no easy task, one we faithfully entrusted to Israeli prodigy Guy J, who delivered a dance-floor weapon of […]

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Subtract Music Showcase • Guy J

Guy J is a cutting edge producer, DJ and live act from Israel. His production talents, heavy touring schedule and groundbreaking debut album on John Digweed’s Bedrock Records garnered him worldwide recognition.

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Guy J

Israeli producer Guy J has established himself as one of the most sophisticated and emotive producers in electronic music of the last decade, with a body of work and a sphere of influence that belies relatively short time in the spotlight. Whether it be his sensual, hypnotic take on house music, his deeply textured techno […]

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