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16 Bit

16 Bit
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™1) 16 Bit was a Frankfurt-based german band for electronic music. Side project from Luca Anzilotti and Michael Münzing, which they started in 1986 and had a big success with their first single "Where Are You?" and later on "Changing Minds". Sven Väth was only guest vocalist for "Where Are You?" and co-writter for the track "Too Fast To Live".

2) 16bit are west London dubstep producers Kidnappa (Eddie Jefferys) and DRT (Jason Morrison). The collaboration is relatively new and they have been putting on some temperature-checking early sets around the world and getting their dubplates spun out by some of the scene's big names like DJ Chef and Rusko. They have had releases on Boka Records, Destpub, Urban Essentials, Sequence, VeriLo, Dub & Run, Audio Phreaks, as well as two releases on the legendary Southside Dubstars.

In late 2009 16 Bit gained a fair bit of attention with the release of their Chainsaw Calligraphy remix EP, featuring artists like Jakes and Kanji Kinetic. Shortly following, news that a 16 Bit remix would appear on Noisia's highly anticipated Machine Gun + Remixes EP surfaced, which eventually made the top of the Beatport dubstep/d&b charts with the rest of the EP. Later in early 2010, 16 Bit's The Milky Pie Mix was voted best mix of the year in Dubstepforum.com's Dubstep Awards, as well as the group coming in close second to Joker for best dubstep producers. 2010 also saw 16 Bit's track Jump feature in a highly circulated Nike ad, and a remix appearance on Plan B's She Said EP.
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