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King Roc (a.k.a Martin Dawson) exploded onto the house scene in 2002, and has since built an impressive accolade of high profile remixes and solo productions, continually delivering to leading labels such as Kingsize, Azuli, Bugged Out and London Records.  In the past twelve months alone, highl
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King Roc (a.k.a Martin Dawson) exploded onto the house scene in 2002, and has since built an impressive accolade of high profile remixes and solo productions, continually delivering to leading labels such as Kingsize, Azuli, Bugged Out and London Records.  In the past twelve months alone, highlights have included collaborations with Marc Almond (Soft Cell), a remix of New Order's legendary 'True Faith', as well as embarking on a series of worldwide King Roc DJ tours.  Martin's musical roots have been firmly established over the past ten years since his introduction to underground electronic music by friends Nick Fryer (aka Nick Sentience) and Tom Neville. Martin and Tom joined Nick to form dance act 'Sentience'. Signed by Media UK Records all three moved to London where they toured the infamous underground warehouse party circuit and made several festival appearances across the South of England.  Following the Sentience split, Martin produced his first solo electro production, signed under the name 'Tomahawk'. His new found studio time spawned the pseudonym King Roc and the first King Roc track 'Feed on Me' was signed by Backyard Recordings, going on to garner plaudits and Radio 1 airplay.  Since then, King Roc has focused heavily on writing new and original material plus remixing selected tracks. Original productions such as 'Pressure/How Big Is It' and remixes such as Dylan Rhymes' 'Salty' received critical acclaim from leading DJs and dance music publications alike whilst the King Roc remixes of Atlantis's 'Atlantis', Holderman's 'Left/Right/Switch' and his unofficial remix of 'S Express' have gone on to become underground electro classics. 
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