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Born in East Orange, New Jersey, Cevin Fisher has risen to become one of the World's most respected & prolific master house producers and DJ's. While still in his teens a growing passion for club music propelled Cevin into the heady circles that were seeds of what we call house – Paradise Garage… Zanzibar… The Loft and more… Cevin was inspired to start DJing at that time by watching his heroes Tony Humphries, Larry Levan and Francois K.

At 16 he picked up his first gigs at loft parties and college one-offs before finally getting his first regular break as a warm-up for Zanzibar resident Larry Paterson on Friday nights a year later.

After that, there was only really one place he could head for... NEW YORK CITY! Cevin went to work in the top recording studios in New York, sharpening his skills that would make him the incredible producer that he became. He soon fell into production work for Timmy Regisford of Motown Records alongside future electro-Don & mainstream producer Arthur Baker at Shakedown Studios, where he delivered remixes for Chaka Khan's "Love You All My Lifetime" and Quincy Jones' "I'll Be Good To You", both of which subsequently went to number one on the US Billboard Dance Chart.

His time as an international DJ has infused Fisher with a dance sensibility like no other - he thrives on that instant-feedback buzz only a hot club can provide, always reflecting an inherent enthusiasm for fresh live sounds into his mixes, records & sets. The music practically leaps from the turntables in an explosion of beats, big vocals, deep vibes and relentless tribal rhythms. He’s toured the world many times over regularly appearing in London, Toronto, Montreal, Tokyo, Ibiza, Barcelona, Madrid, Paris, Switzerland, Greece, Taiwan, Portugal, South America, Indonesia and many, many more.

Cevin has continued his prolific production, remix and DJ work throughout the decade, releasing tracks on Defected, Star 69, Nite Grooves, Subversive, Floorplay and Big Love. In 2008 Cevin revisited his classics 'You Got Me Burning Up!' and ‘Freaks’ remixed by a whole new generation of current and future dance megastars including DJ Chus, Raul Rincon, Prok & Fitch, Dean Coleman, Eric Entrena, Tim Davison, Anil Chawla, Nyan Narine, Rubberman and Scott Lummes. His follow-up, titled 'The Cream Always Rises' - welcomed Kid Massive and Nick Bridges (Bodyrox) aboard on the mixes.

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