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Dj xquizit

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DJ Xquizit
GenresTrance, Chill Out
Occupation(s)DJ, music producer
LabelsBlack Hole Recordings, Blue Soho Recordings

DJ Xquizit is a Mexican DJ and trance producer living in Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico.

Having started his DJ career in 1998 with residencies in Denver, Colorado, United States of America, he quickly rose the ranks of the local DJ scene. Fast forward to 2013, his music productions start getting the attention of labels, remixers, and collaborators.

His first real break into the international Trance scene was with "First To Go", which was remixed by Soniq State and featuring the talents of vocalist Tim Hilberts. This track was released by Black Hole Recordings on the "F15fteen Years of GoodGreef, The Anthems Collected" Disc 1, which was selected and mixed by trance-legend Giuseppe Ottaviani. As part of the promotional campaign, Giuseppe played that and other tracks from the CD on A State of Trance 729. It won the coveted prize of "Future Favorite" [1] and was featured again on ASOT 730. It was also featured on the "A State of Trance Future Favorite Best of 2015" compilation and on "Press Play Vol 3" by Susana and released on Amsterdam Trance Records. It was the only track from the collection to chart in the Beatport Trance Top 100, having peaked at #19.[2] When asked which tracks represented best what he was trying to communicate in his mix, Giuseppe Ottaviani named First To Go and added "amazing new talent."[3]

Thanks to the success of First To Go, DJ Xquizit was able to team up with several labels and collaborators. The next release was "Endless Journey", a hard trance-inspired theme that recruited the talents of RaySim and Ice & Breeze and was released on D.Max Recordings. This track was featured on's Featured Trance and peaked at #36 on the Beatport Trance Top 100.[4]

Just 3 weeks after the release of Endless Journey, "Arely" was released on Freegrant Music. This track was a collaboration between established trance star Mino Safy and DJ Xquizit. The title "Arely" was as a dedication to Xquizit's wife, Arely Gutierrez. This track caught Freegrant Music's owner, Max Freegrant, so much that he volunteered his remix services. Max Freegrant was named one of the producers to shine in 2015 by Above & Beyond. All together, Arely garnered support from Armin Van Buuren (second track on ASOT), Above & Beyond (double play), second track to be featured by Giuseppe Ottaviani on GO On Air, along with support from Cosmic Gate, Ben Gold, and many others.[5] The track peaked at #8 on the Beatport Trance Top 100 and was again featured on the "Arely" was also selected for the Armada sublabel ARVA's compilation "Trance Hits Top 20 - 2016-02" and FGComps' "FG Top 10 - Feb 2016".


Albums/Compilations (Featured On)[edit]

  • FG Top 10 - Feb 2016 (2016)
  • Trance Hits Top 20 - Feb 2016 (2016)
  • F15teen of GoodGreef, The Albums Collected, CD 1 (2015)
  • A State Of Trance Future Favorite, Best of 2015 (2015)
  • Press Play Volume 3, Mixed by Susana (2015)
  • One Year (2015)
  • WMC Essentials 2015 (2015)
  • Melodica (2015)
  • Glass Half Full (2015)
  • 110 Not Out! The Very Best of Electronic Gate Records (2015)
  • Ibiza Trance Tunes (2014)
  • Amsterdam Trance Tunes Sky Academy 2014 (2014)


  • Back Against the Wall EP (2013)
  • Back Against the Wall, The Remixes (2014)
  • Intersection (2014)
  • A New Era (2014)
  • Breeze Style (Daniel O'Connell remix) (2014)
  • Oblivion (2014)
  • Dark Side of London (2015)
  • Distant Land (2015)
  • Select Tracks (2015)
  • Distant Land Remixes (2015)
  • Another One EP (2015)
  • Endless Journey (2015)
  • Arely (2016)


  • Lirrik - World In Motion (DJ Xquizit & Kangaroo Remix) (2014)
  • Emrah Barut - Aurora (DJ Xquizit & Kangaroo Remix) (2014)
  • Suncraft - Come For Me (DJ Xquizit Remix) (2014)
  • Henry "Cream Cheez" Landivar - Sushi At Miyako (DJ Xquizit & G.Ibarra Remix) (2015)
  • Daniel O'Connell - United (DJ Xquizit Remix) (2015)

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