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Beni (musician)

Beni
Birth name Beni Single
Also known as beNi
Origin  Australia, Sydney
Genres Electronica
Occupations Musician, DJ, Producer
Years active 2006-present
Labels Kitsuné
Associated acts Riot In Belgium
Website Myspace

Beni is an Australian musician and DJ. He is a part of the Riot In Belgium duo with Joel Dickson. He is releasing his singles under the French Kitsuné record label.

Career

Solo

Beni released his first single My Love Sees You in 2008. The track was featured on Kitsuné Maison Compilation 6.[1][2] In early 2009 his track Fringe Element (Short Like Me Edit) was featured on Kitsuné Maison Compilation 7.[3][4] Later 2009 he released Maximus EP featuring the tracks, Maximus, Maximus (White) and Fringe Element.[5] The mix Maximus (Harvard Bass Remix), of his song Maximus, was featured on the Kitsuné Maison Compilation 8.[6][7]

Riot In Belgium

Riot In Belgium is a duo of Beni and Joel Dickson.[8] They've made several remixes of artist such as Chromeo and Yelle.[9] Their remix of Yelle's song À cause des garçons was featured as soundtrack to the videogame Need for Speed: ProStreet in late 2007.[10]

Discography

Studio albums

  • 2011: House Of Beni

EPs and Singles

  • My Love Sees You (2008 Kisuné France)
  • Maximus EP (2009 Kitsuné France)
  • Maximus Remixes (2009 Kitsuné France)

Remixes

Appears on

  • Kitsuné Maison Compilation 6 (2008 Kitsuné France)
  • Kitsuné Maison Compilation 7 (2009 Kitsuné France)
  • Kitsuné Maison Compilation 8 (2009 Kitsuné France)

References

External links

  • Myspace
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