2011 has been an exciting year for Los Angeles based DJ/Producer Eddie Amador. DJ Magazine just named Eddie’s "House Music" track #56 on their list of the top 100 most important house tracks ever! Eddie is on a roll with his recent productions, Spirituality, on Erick Morillo’s Subliminal label and 10 Lil Indians on Eddie’s new imprint, Citrusonic Recordings. Eddie’s records are supported by the biggest DJs in the business including David Guetta, Kaskade, Annie Nightingale, D.O.N.S., Robbie Rivera, Thomas Gold and many more! Eddie’s latest record “We Are The Beautiful Ones” is co-produced with the legendary Harry Choo Choo Romero, and vocalist Countre Black- due out this fall. Eddie also teamed up with Automatic Panic on “Morning After,” the forthcoming single on his Citrusonic Recordings imprint with early support from Mark Knight & Stonebridge. Eddie recently collaborated with pop sensation Kimberly Cole and up and coming rapper Garza on huge dance pop tune “Arrow Through My Heart” released on August 2, 2011 on Citrusonic Stereophonic/Crystal Ship Music. This was the first collaboration for the three artists which also included producer Jeeve. The remixes are due out in September 2011. Take a look at the Making of video here: http://bit.ly/arrow-makingof. From the incredible buzz “Arrow…” has generated, Big Beat/Atlantic has signed on for a follow up single due out later this year. In early 2010, Eddie teamed up with LA’s star DJ, Josh Peace and artist Anthony Garza to produce Diamond Crowned Queen for Raja, the winner of RuPauls Drag Race, Season 3. The dirty electro club track reached the #15 spot on the Itunes Dance chart and is currently being performed by Raja in clubs all over the US. The Diamond Crowned Queen video is currently in rotation on LOGO’s NewNowNext PopLab. Eddie exploded onto the scene in 1998 by penning the infamous lyrics…'not everyone understands house music, it's a spirtual thing, a body thing, a soul thing. He set them to a hypnotic pulsating beat and the seminal dance classic 'HOUSE MUSIC' was born. 'House Music' went on to become a global hit and secured Eddie an album deal with Deep Dish's Yoshitoshi label.