Big Red Rabbit Records is a premium dance music record label based in the UK. Our mission is to provide all hedonistic hands in the air party people with an electrifying and highly energetic EDM soundtrack to the weekend! Our artists aim to offer the freshest cuts of big room EDM and dance floor filling beats.
Alex is our resident podcast DJ and mastering engineer for the label. However he is also one of our most constant and frequent producers. He first got into electronic music in the late 90's. Alex learnt to cut his DJ'ing teeth through playing at a string of illegal raves, pubs and warehouse parties from the age of fourteen all the way up to his late teens. Most of his original musical idols are not actually trance DJ's or producers, he confesses to instead be inspired by artists like the Chemical Brothers, The Prodigy, Fatboy Slim, The Plump DJ's, Basement Jaxx and The Crystal Method.
"I just think that when it comes to studio work you cant really beat them? I have always loved people like Judge Jules, Ferry Corsten and Tiesto and I still think trance as a genre has more to give, especially over the past few years.
Trance producers these days are really stepping up there game so I just want to see if I can make tracks that are as good as them. If I ever make a track as good as Tiesto’s remix of Adagio For Strings I think I could die happy!"
One of the labels most exciting producers of uplifting and gritty peak time trance. Corruption first fell in love with trance music back in the late 90's and has never looked back. Corruptions musical influences include the who's who of the trance elite, inspired by artists and DJ’s like Paul Van Dyk, ferry Corsten, judge Jules, Tiesto, Chicane and Maruo Piccotto to name a few.
Corruption confesses that he just wants to "Create the type of club music that I would love on the dance floor and keep pushing forward the nu-skool trance sound that is around at the moment. I think that today's trance sounds better than ever and I just want to try and contribute to the scene that I love so much"
The Red Rabbit
Started getting into underground techno and hard house from a relatively young age and whilst his production style is removed from his first musical love, he takes his inspiration from a wide variety of artists ranging from Carl Cox, Paul Okenfold, Dave Clarke, Fergie and Lisa Lashes.
He confesses that he has mellowed out a little then but judging by his unpredictable and quirky production style there is still a sign of some musical scarring left over from his early musical experiences. A seasoned producer at the label and one who will continue to ply our iPods with unusual beats and treats!
Swiss producer 7Reason has been a life long trance fan and he first started listening to trance at the tender age of seven and has never looked back since. His passion for the genre soon moved him onto DJ'ing at the age of eleven, and from there he moved into production, making his first track at the age of thirteen!
7Reason admits he takes his inspiration from the leading lights of the genre "I listen to many tracks by producers like Armin van Buuren, Tiesto, Paul Van Dyk for inspiration and I try to incorporate a few elements into my own creative ideas and productions so that I still have my own style" New to the label 7Reason has a very bright future as a trance producer and you can expect a lot of great trance productions in the future from this budding producer.
New to the label in 2018, Dirty Bear represents the darker side production for Big Red Rabbit Records. He brings a fresh sound to the label with funk infused electro beats and dirty synth jams a plenty!
His debut single with us BRRR 019 - 'Bring The Funk' did just that and gained support form the likes of Manuel Le Saux & Nick Larson and he followed that up with a '303 heavy' acid trance remix of Tiber Island by Alex Hough, which gained support from John Askew, Lee Hemstock and Giuseppe Ottaviani.
We expect his crossover sound to continue to capture the hearts and minds of many dance floors and grace the record boxes of DJ's crossing the boundaries of the EDM spectrum. We think that in the case of Dirty Bear it is best to expect the unexpected!