2009 was a milestone year for the pair that saw the ThreeSixty name grow with numerous chart entries and some amazing remix opportunities which gained widespread acclaim such as the No. 1 Beatport smash ‘You Might Hear Nothing’ by Slovenian Techno legend ‘Umek’.
They boast their own impressive list of artists who have remixed them such as Funkagenda, Ramon Tapia, Matteo DiMarr, Quivver, Superskank, Sonny Wharton, Vlada Asanin and Jaceo.
2010 saw the duo have various releases on Toolroom Records, Funk Farm, Defected, 303Lovers, Hotfingers, Dataworx & Definitive Recordings. The aforementioned Toolroom Knight DJ/Producer Funkagenda recently named ThreeSixty amongst his ‘Ones to Watch’ in Britain’s Next Generation of Dance Stars on Beatportal and Ministry Of Sound interviews. He showed further support by licensing their tracks ‘Kore’ & ‘Cruise Control’ to his ‘Toolroom Knights’ Compilation. ‘Cruise Control’ also made an appearance on Ministry of Sound’s ‘The Underground 2010’ mixed by Afrojack & Bass Kleph as well as their track ‘Dominion’ on Umek’s Toolroom compilation in 2011 which has been dominating the Beatport charts.
Their remix of Funkagenda’s hit ‘Astana’ was featured on a Defected compilation. A track licensed to Fedde Le Grand & Funkerman’s highly successful ‘Flamingo Nights Volume One’, they’ve written exclusive track ‘Invader’ for Toolroom Records featuring rising star Chris Special and ‘Access’ collaborated on with Hauswerks for Sonny Wharton’s ‘Exploring…UK’ compilation, released by Baroque Records.
‘Polaris’ a track co produced with production partner Dirty Harris was also featured on the Best Of Toolroom 2010.
With 2 successful Brazil tours and sell out shows at Sankey’s in Manchester (DJ Mag’s recently named ‘Best Club in the World’) under their belt, and with forthcoming gigs in Ibiza, Germany, USA. India, Asia, Israel and the UK already in the pipeline over the coming months, ThreeSixty are firmly in demand for 2011 and are not to be missed as one of the fastest rising artists on the scene today.