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Wizzy Noise  

Genre: Psy Trance
Description: Wizzy Noise is Micky Noise & Uriel

Wizzy Noise began their formation as a band and functioning unit back in the good old days of 1999 barely one year before the coming of the new millenium. After the first successful merging of mind and spirit their workimmediately stood out from the squalor of the back then practically non-existing Greek dance production scene. Diaphragm assaulting basslines , cutting edge grooves combined with a sense of deep trippy and dark feeling echoing into eternity made immediately a bang on the global dance scene. Having released a track after another to another astounding majority of dance trance music labels, Candyflip records, Flying Rhino records. Spun records, 3D Vision records, Spirit Zone Records, Atomic Records, Solstice Records. Wizzy Noise always prove their ultimate superiority and professionalism to the global trance scene as they never stop to put a blasting track after another doing it in a way that they are only capable of:to be on the cutting edge of music composition and production. Music that is always danceable and never tiring to the audience. Never following but always setting new standards. Wizzy Noise have also an extensive discography putting out one album every year to ZMA records, Candyflip (2 consecutive albums), Spun Records (one album) and now for their 5th album will be a 2 piece set releasing sort of 6 months one after the other in Exposure records in partnership with Harmonia records which are both again Greek Labels.During the past years Wizzy Noise exhibited a very strong global presence playing in : Israel, Sweden, Norway, Mexico, Brazil , New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland/Oregon, Athens/Greece, Japan, France, Spain, Portugal, South Africa, Australia Germany, Serbia, Slovenia, Russia always blasting more and more and more. Wizzy Noise continue to groove and weave their intricate pattern of aural pleasure charming their audience again and again

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