Busting out of Basstown

By DAVID DAY  |  June 19, 2007

These days, Emjae is working on his debut album and a slate of remixes, in addition to his various Hub-based collaborations. You can find his latest mix at this column on-line. “I’m just starting to find success the last couple of years,” he says on his way back (unpoisoned, it seems) from lunch. “And I want to take the bull by the horns and ride with it.”

One Vermont-born producer who did just that is MORGAN PAGE, formerly of WERS’s now-defunct Revolutions show. He just scored his third #1 track on the Billboard dance singles chart with his “Sunset Strip Mix” of Jody Watley’s “I Want Your Love.” Previously, he struck gold with remixes of Delerium’s “Angelicus” and Nelly Furtado’s “Maneater.” Good looks, sir.

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