JON CUTLER

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BIOGRAPHY

JON CUTLER


As front man an owner of Distant Music Jon Cutler has been steadily carving a path in the dance music community. It has been almost five years since the first Distant Music release hit retail stores around the world. The days of running the label from his Brooklyn apartment have come and gone. He has established the Distant name into a quality label and distribution company. With the success of the label and recent productions and remixes Jonís unique style of DJing has also been in demand around the world. ďI was big on Hip Hop when I first started spinning so I in cooperate a lot of the technique into my house sets. No ScratchingĒ Although the Gigs and productions are all started to come together Jonís first concern has and always will be to maintain the label. He is presently in the studio putting the final touches on future Distant releases for 2001. Jon plans to move further into the CD market for the new year releasing Distant compilations and mixed CDís.


Production:
Itís Yours: Jon Cutler (featuring E-Man): Chez Music
African Jive: The Trip Meisters: Distant
You Groove Me: Jon Cutler (featuring Kemdi): Distant
The Men On Wax Vol II: JCRG: Distant
The Trip Meisters EP: Jon Cutler: Remedie
Distant Drum Breaks: Jon Cutler: Distant
The Harmonica Walk /Blue: Jon Cutler: Distant
The Men On Wax Ep Vol 1: Jon Cutler: Distant
The Sounds Of Life Ep: Jon Cutler & DJ Romain: Distant
Different Worlds Ep: Jon Cutler: 83 West
83 West Dj Tools: Jon Cutler: 83 West
The Crayon Ep: The Trackman: Power Music

Remixes:
Give It U: Kathy Brown: Defected
Summer Madness : Irma Records
When You Find Your Love: Alistar vs Tortured Soul: Central Park
Spiritual: Real People feat Nathan Haynes: Papa Recordings
Into Something: Madaji: Laws Of Motion
When Ever You Want Me: Bobby & Steve/ Break Point: 83 West
Shame: M2W feautring Ian Hastings: Large Music
Donít Move: Club Session: Chez Music
Freedom: IPO featuring Emily Davis: Easy Street
Feel me: Loria & Graham: Distant
In The Ghetto: Bob Sinclair: Yellow
Come On: Sabrina Pope: Distant Music: