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Excentric Musik represents the record label started by the DJ and producer Fergie to showcase his own productions as well as sounds from his DJ sets across the globe. The british imprint is based in Northern Ireland, UK, and was launched back in 2007.

Fergie, alias Robert Fergunson is a DJ since he was barely a teenager who became one of the first true superstar DJs, a BBC Radio 1 presenter for over four years, a Mixmag columnist, an award winning producer and remixer, a record label owner, an electronic dance-music pioneer - is there anything Fergie dj hasn’t ticked off the list?

Fergie dj has had many sounds, identities and even a brief name change over the course of a career that began over twenty years ago back home in Northern Ireland but has undoubtedly remained one of dance-music’s most controversial, most successful and most loved characters. 2012 marked the beginning of a new chapter of his incredible story when he left Europe and headed for a new home, the hedonistic party capital of the world: Las Vegas. With his most audacious move yet came a bold new sound and another chameleon-like reinvention to go with it. The three illustrious DJ residencies he now holds in America is unprecedented: at the iconic Wet Republic pool party, the HQ Nightclub in Atlantic City and from this Spring at the newly-opened Hakkasan Las Vegas Nightclub. Hakkasan Las Vegas is an ambitious concept that Fergie dj will be a central part of and will see him tailor his DJ performances to suit the unique capabilities of a venue which is set to become one of the top nightlife experiences in the world.

Sublabels: Rekluse, Tribal Rage.

Excentric Musik’s artists roster is composed from a variety of artists such as: Subfractal, Sascha Carassi, Gary Beck, Adam Shaw, Anton Pieete, Cristian Varela, Ian O’Donovan, Jordan McCuaig, Joseph Capriati, Tom Hades, Fergie, Arjun Vagale, Jason Fernandes, Slam, Uto Karem, Spektre, Sam Ball, Luigi Madonna, Jet Project, amongst many many others.