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Sasha Exposed 

Wednesday, Oct 22 2008

DJ and producer Sasha was one-half of the team that produced Northern Exposure volumes 1 and 2, mix CDs that defined the "progressive" house genre in the '90s. A decade later, there's an oversaturation of ego-driven trance in the market. Leave it to Sasha, however, to divert his intentions and attention to a more tech-toned format. The result is his imprint, emFire, and his latest mix CD, Invol2ver, which uses a brooding, digitally puckered kick to sing the body eclectic.

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