ATB Bio - Magnetic Magazine


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ATB (aka Andre Tanneberger) is a native of Freilberg, Germany. In the wake of remixes for acts including the Outhere Brothers, Technotronic, and Haddaway, he scored a European club hit in 1999 with "9 PM (Till I Come)," releasing the full-length Movin' Melodies later that year. In 2000, Tanneberger released his sophomore album, Two Worlds. For this album, ATB collaborated with Heather Nova, Enigma, and the Canadian rock band Wild Strawberries. The release was a double CD, the first consisting of more dancefloor-friendly tunes and the second, more downtempo. Only a few international artists presenting their own style succeed in having such a lasting effect on the international dance scene for more than ten years. Andre Tanneberger presents his individual spirit in all of his tracks and still stayed true to ATB. ATB's release in 2010, “Could You Believe,” reached number 7 on the US Billboard Dance/Club Play Songs chart. Holding position #11 in the DJ Mag voting for the last two years and also maintaining position #4 on for more than three years now, he also has managed to be one of the DJs who is always as close to his fans as possible, presenting his music to them live. His energetic, emotional and unique DJ sets serve as the universal language he has used for more than 15 years now, touring around the globe to so he can be in direct contact with his fans. ATB has been one of the most important producers and musicians of electronic music for the last decade. Having worked on previous albums with international stars like Heather Nova, Moby, William Orbit, Roberta Carter Harrison, Haley, Betsy Larkin and Aruna, Andre chose to collaborate with artists Armin van Buuren, Dash Berlin, Sean Ryan, Rea Garvey (Reamonn), Melissa Loretta, Fuldner, Christina Soto, Kate Louise Smith and Josh Gallahan for his ninth studio album Distant Earth released April 2011 and Distant Earth Remixed out in September 2011.

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