1. James Zabiela & Nic Fanciulli Present One+One - Rover
  2. Deep Dish - Stay Gold (Nu Mix/JZ & Nic F Edit)
  3. Funk D'Void - To Ya Waistline
  4. Crazy Penis - The Way We Swing (JZ Edit)
  5. Rockers Hi-Fi - Push Push (M.A.N.D.Y. 'Pusher' Mix)
  6. Compuphonic - Analogue Sparkles
  7. Di_Indicator - Nothing Like You
  8. Carl Finlow - Floating Point
  9. Cobblestone Jazz - Dump Truck
  10. Simon Baker - Plastik
  11. Jurgens - Love It
  12. James Zabiela - Human (One+One Version)
  13. Furry Phreaks - Soothe (Cyanide Ride/JZ 'Northern Nod' Edit)
  14. Fragmente - Think Of Love

James Zabiela & Nic Fanciulli - One+One

Label: Ministry Of Sound Recordings| Release Date: 4/2/2007

One+One sees two of today's most exciting, talented and revered DJs join forces as they attempt to create a piece of dance music history. After playing back2back several times over the last 18 months, James Zabiela & Nic Fanciulli now bring this new concept together, led by this compilation on Ministry Of Sound Recordings, and supported by an extensive world tour, and collaborative single on their own record label. One+One is without question already one of the most talked about and anticipated projects of the year - and is just the start of big things to come from the talented young twosome.

One+One sees two of today's most exciting, talented and revered artists join forces as they attempt to create a piece of dance music history.

James Zabiela and Nic Fanciulli first struck up a friendship during gigs in Asia in 2005. Their mutual understanding of each other's music coupled with the fact they had fun and got into all sorts of mischief together made them inseparable. Throughout 2006 the pair experimented playing back2back, including New Year’s Day in Nic’s hometown of Maidstone, the sunnier climes of Miami’s WMC at Cafeteria and We Love… Space, Ibiza. All received rave reviews (no pun intended) and it was proof indeed JZ and Nic needed to take this idea further – and so 'One+One' is born.

Under the One+One banner the duo has struck a deal with Ministry of Sound Recordings for a unique album. A studio mix that features bespoke productions by James and Nic including collaborations in the form of 'No Pressure' and 'Rover', both of which are a seamless meeting of James's futuristic style and Nic's acid-house vibe. Also featured is the outstanding Jim Rivers remix of Nic Fanciulli's 'Cat Out Of The Bag', a new solo track from James Zabiela entitled 'Human', plus a range of exclusive edits and mashups. The album spans all genres of electronica with a massive dose of all the bleeps, squeaks, stabs, synths, bass and melodies that James and Nic pioneer week in week out on the world’s dance-floors.

"We both started off with the same musical background and as time went on we developed our own styles. When we put them together it works well and we seem to compliment each other musically. Normally when making an album I panic about getting things done but this has been a totally different process. I've really enjoyed it; James and I bounce off each other and help one another out if the other is struggling." - Nic Fanciulli

The concept will encompass a world tour, starting at Miami's WMC 2007 with a One+One launch party. Then they'll be hitting the UK club scene with 9 dates before jetting back to do the USA leg. This will see the pair touring like rock stars as they get aboard a tour bus and gig their way around the country covering the length and breadth of America with up to five gigs a week. Following this is a month in Asia and Australia trailed by a full 3 months in Europe centred around Ibiza’s summer season which includes a rather special and exclusive One+One residency at We Love...Space. After their stellar Space performances in the summer of 2006 the residency for 2007 seemed the only logical option for people at We Love Towers. James and Nic will play back2back together on every One+One show. It'll be a multiple CD deck and laptop extravaganza of layering music, bending sounds and twisting beats to one mind-blowing effect.

"Even though Nic and I are relatively young DJs compared to most we've been touring heavily on our own for a few years now. So when we did a quick tour of Australia and Asia last year we decided that it's much more fun to go with someone else! I always wanted more hands in the DJ Booth and now I have them, we'll be using the Q2 Dual DJ which will allow us to independently cue things as well as play with FX units, Laptops and CDJs of course." - James Zabiela


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