DNA (2)

Morgan Rooms

Also known as D.N.A, DJ D N A, DJ DNA, M Rooms
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.infectedlogic.com, http://www.facebook.com/Kiro111

Discography of DNA (2):

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Dance With Somebody / Never Give Up 2 Audio 1996 Impact Records (23)
2 You And Me / Can You Feel It / Got To Believe 3 Audio 1997 Impact Records (23)
3 About U / Outta My Head 2 Audio 2000 Next Generation LP Samplers
4 What A Ride / Dubstar 2 Audio 1998 New Essential Platinum
5 Heart Is Jumping (DNA Mix) / Going All The Way 2 Audio 1997 New Essential Platinum
6 Go Insane / Still Smouldering 2 Audio 1996-00-00 New Sensation
7 Elevation / Party Groove 2 Audio 1997 New Essential Platinum
8 Steam Train Remix / Tranquility (Remixes) 2 Audio 1998 New Essential Platinum
9 Never Let You Go / Go Insane (Remixes) 2 Audio 1996-00-00 New Sensation
10 Really Love You / Love Toy (Remixes) 2 Audio 1996 Essential Platinum
11 Kick Your Legs In The Air / Hold Your Head Up High 2 Audio 1996 Essential Platinum
12 Insanity / Your Love Hits Me (Rmx) 2 Audio 1996 Essential Platinum
13 Touch My Heart / Gone Insane 2 Audio 1997 JAL Premium
14 Bridge Over Troubled Waters / Get On Up 2 Audio 1997 Infinity Recordings
15 Closer To All Your Dreams / Well It's Me 2 Audio 2001 Infinity Recordings
16 Gonna Fly So High / Sittin On Top 2 Audio 1999 Infinity Recordings
17 Wildstyle / Don't You Want It!! 2 Audio 1997
18 Let's Fly (Y2K Remix) / 21st & K 2 Audio 2001 Infinity Recordings
19 You Know What To Do / Give Yourself To Me 2 Audio 1998-10-23 SAW
20 Torn Souls / Mother Fucking Psycho 2 Audio 2001 Virus X
21 Pump To Make You Jump / U & Me 2 Audio 1996-00-00 Happy Vibes Recordings
22 Flow On A Bass Line / Miles Of Fun 2 Audio 1999 Happy Hardca$h
23 Somewhere Out There / Hip Swing 2 Audio 1998 Hardcore Heaven
24 Termination / The Bastard 2 Audio 1999 Remix Records
25 Fruity Cutz Vol 1 2 Audio 2001 Fruity Cutz
26 Hype The Stars / Here I Go 2 Audio 2001 Virus X
27 Mashed Up #3 3 Audio 2001 Mashed Up (USA)
28 Mashed Up One 3 Audio 2000
29 Reaching The Edge E.P. 2 Audio 1999 Subsonic Underground
30 Rock The Ravers / Imagine Paradise 2 Audio 1999 Happy Hardca$h
31 Joining Of The Clans Part 4 2 Audio 2001 Joining Of The Clans
32 Got To Believe / You & Me / Can You Feel It 3 Audio 1997 Impact Records (23)
33 Somewhere Out There / Hip Swing 2 Audio 1998 Hardcore Heaven
34 Insanity / Your Love Hits Me (Rmx) 2 Audio 1996 Essential Platinum
35 Kick Your Legs 2008 (Impact Remix) / Feels So Good (Impact Remix) / You Gotta Know 3 Audio 2009-01-20 Recycled Records (3)
36 What A Ride / Dubstar 4 Audio 1998 New Essential Platinum
37 Feel That Groove 3 Audio 2005-01-01 Hardcore Heaven
38 Feel That Groove 3 Audio 2005-01-01 Hardcore Heaven
39 Can You Feel It 3 Audio 2005-01-01 Hardcore Heaven
40 Can You Feel It 3 Audio 2005-01-01 Hardcore Heaven
41 Hip Swing 3 Audio 2005-01-01 Hardcore Heaven
42 Hip Swing 3 Audio 2005-01-01 Hardcore Heaven
43 Somewhere Out There 3 Audio 2005-01-01 Hardcore Heaven
44 Somewhere Out There 3 Audio 2005-01-01 Hardcore Heaven
45 Gonna Fly So High / Sittin On Top 2 Audio 1999
46 Wildstyle (Dubplate Mix) 3 Audio 2013 Not On Label (DJ Demo Self-released)
47 Wildstyle / Don't You Want It!! 2 Audio 1997-03-21
48 Pump To Make You Jump / U & Me 2 Audio 1996-00-00 Happy Vibes Recordings


While the UK was legalizing rave parties for the first time, DNA was writing music as best he could on an Amiga 500. Wanting to produce a track he contacted Slipmatt to see if he'd help him make a tune. Slipmatt put him in touch with Darren Zebedee (AKA D-Zyne) and they got together to make a track. The studio failed however (smoke coming out of the computer), and Darren told him to contact Ola from Stage 1000. He did so, and his first production (Reality) came out on Ola's Just Another Label.

A few years later, he had become a studio engineer in high demand, working with some of the biggest labels in rave history, building a discography that has earned him worldwide recognition. He was also a studio engineer for Dougal & Hixxy's Essential Platinum label, alongside Mickey Skeedale.

While DNA's choice of music had originally earned it's 'Hardcore' name through being a hard, gritty, uncompromising underground sound, it had begun to grow increasingly childish in it's musical direction. Many producers tried in vain to promote less mindless forms of Hardcore, but the fan base had grown accustomed to extremely fast, stomping cheesy music.

Although a desperate intent to produce in other styles was made clear, musical ambitions were often put on ice, with contractual obligations and studio politics stamping out any artistic freedom until late 2001.

Musically, DNA is now heading towards new horizons, with Hip Hop, Breaks and Artist development his new chosen frontiers.

DNA now releases Drum and Bass under the name [a=Kiro].


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