Anjunabeats star Genix announces his debut album “199X”

After fifteen years of productions and important collaborations, Genix will release his debut album this year

Genix (Damion Houchen) is one of the most prolific producers of progressive-trance music in recent years and one of the undisputed stars of Above & Beyond’s label.

On the track since 2005, he landed in Anjunabeats with “Helion” (2011 track with Mike Koglin) and from then on, a long sequence of successes and collaborations: we mention, among many, “Run” of 2014, probabily his most iconic track, “Durban” (2014) “Lima” (2015), “Death Valley” (2018), “Open Your Eyes” (2019) and the several collaborations with Lange, Las Salinas, Paul van Dyk, Sunny Lax, Fatum, Jaytech & Judan, Andrew Bayer, Grum and many others. He signed the “Anjunabeats Worldwide 09” compilation in 2019 and has been a guest several times at the Group Therapy live event which will see him again protagonist this summer for the 450 edition: in short, a curriculum of absolute respect !

Marrying a more techno sound, but without neglecting the love for progressive and trance, in recent years he has made us know and appreciate further nuances of his musical ideas, which will materialize with the release of his debut album on the next September 10 entitled “199X” and announced last night by the first single “Numb” with LYCA, alias of Natalie McCool (“Record Of The Week” in ABGT 426):

Genix writes:

“I’m immensely proud and happy to announce my first artist album “199X”. The album really is a expression of my taste and where I came from musically. Inspired by the sounds I loved as a kid in the 90’s, and incorporating my usual trademark sounds. The last 18 months Iv worked relentlessly on this project, and I can’t wait to share it.

Like his friend ilan Bluestone, Genix too winks at that nostalgia for the sound of the past decades for this new work: we can only expect wonderful new tracks to come with these premises !

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