Gus Calderone and Bill Basil (Billy The Kid) aka The House Moguls have established themselves as one of today’s up and coming DJ/producers, playing their signature twisted, house, progressive, minimal sets to crowds all over the world. They have rocked legendary dance floors including the Film Lounge in Toronto, Score in Miami Beach and Spy Bar Chicago.
If you can’t find The House Moguls rocking the roofs off a nightclub, then you’ll find them in the studio, producing and remixing a string of today’s dance hits. Responsible for remixes including Basement Jaxx’s “Rendez-Vu”, and Daft Punk’s “One More Time”, garnering support from MSTRKRFT quoting The House Moguls’ remix as “the best Daft Punk remix of all time”. The House Moguls are poised to remix Toronto phenomenon Deadmau5, as well as Pimprockers (Starkillers & Austin Leeds), LMFAO and David Guetta. They’ve have earned the deserving respect and support from jocks like Tiesto, Dave Dresden, DJ Antoine, Stonebridge, Paul Van Dyk, Laidback Luke, Steve Angello, Roger Sanchez and Erick Morillo.

Currently, their single “La Vita” is being played on over 114 radio stations world wide, as well as “A Lovely Day” which is being supported by Tiesto, Fedde Le Grand, Dean Coleman, Peter Gelderblom & Flash Brothers (Tiesto featured it on his Tiesto Club Life radio show).

The House Moguls’ first EP, “Get That Feelin” has been featured on ABC’s Ugly Betty, as well as Armani Exchange’s in-store CD compilations, XM Sirius Satellite Radio, and Music Choice. Their wealthy library of productions have regularly charted on Beatport, as well as radio play on the UK’s Radio 1 and KissFM stations, as well as XM Sirius and Z103.5 Canada. They’ve consistently released their productions on a slew of respected independent record labels; System, Nervous, Dumb, Pacha, Gung Ho, and Funktion Recordings.

The House Moguls have proved a successful production and dj partnership, as well as maintaining their own projects; Calderone as co-owner of Funktion Recordings (with acclaimed releases from Kid Crème’, Ian Carey, David Tort amongst others), whilst Basil has been a Mixmaster Radio Host on Chicago’s WBBM FM B96.3 for the past seven years. Basil’s show with B96.3 is one of the most listened to in North America; nominated for Emerging Artist of 2006 and DJ of the Year in 2004 & 2005 by Scion and Local Sound Chicago.

With over fifty releases under their belts and keen to keep their name in the headlines, the future indeed looks bright for The House Moguls. Keep an eye out for these two young talents who have a North American tour lined up sponsored by One Next Generation Condoms.

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