Between them and their various solo and collective projects, few people did more to break house music through to the mainstream in the '90s than Robert Clivilles and Masters at Work. Clivilles, in particular, through his work with David Cole as C+C Music Factory moved units from the sweaty dance floor to the gold-plated charts.
Masters At Work
Straight-talking New Yorker Dennis Ferrer masterfully weaves his way between genres. Whether the DJ and producer is spinning and producing techno and soulful house, or combining elements of the two such as on his worldwide smash “Hey Hey,” his music delights fans and always gets them moving on the dancefloor – precisely why he's a regular at DJ Mag's annual Miami pool party.