Los Angeles-based Rock/Dance-Music DJ Duo, FAST COMPANY Releases New Halloween Megamix and Remix EP For Free

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Ex-Sound of Surrender (LMG/Universal/Bungalo) rockers, George Legner and Nick Proctor are ready to take their musical careers to the next level

FAST COMPANY MUSIC (http://www.FastCompanyMusic.com), consisting of George Legner and Nick Proctor, are pleased to announce the release of their newest musical creation—a spine-chilling Halloween Megamix, just in time for this spooky season. The Megamix will consist of remixes/mashups of popular Halloween-themed songs, including: Tales of the Crypt, Beetlejuice, Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion’s “Grim Grinning Ghosts”, Ghostbusters, and Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”, all originally re-produced with Fast Company’s signature progressive-house sound—not to mention their own unique blend of guitar solos and harmonies. Perfect for Halloween-themed get-togethers and any other ghostly occasions, this track will be sure to get any party started. The track, titled, “Halloween Megamix 2012”, is available for free download on Fast Company’s website, http://www.FastCompanyMusic.com.

Fast Company is also set to release a free EP consisting of remixes of Katy Perry’s “E.T.”, Mr. Downstairs’ “Stranger Danger” (both of these songs are already available for download on their website), Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ on a Prayer”, Queen’s “I Want It All”, and Heart’s “Alone”. All of these remixes will contain soaring guitar solos, super-melodic house-hooks, and gut-busting dubstep drops that make up the signature sound that Fast Company has branded. The untitled remix EP is set to be released this fall, at the end of November, 2012.


Fast Company was formed by George Legner and Nick Proctor in 2011, with the aspirations of blending two worlds which they adored— the gritty, edgy side of rock n’ roll, and the glamorous (better looking) nightclub scene. Legner and Proctor are no strangers to the world of rock, both being founding members of the pop-rock band, Sound of Surrender (LMG/Universal/Bungalo). Having played hundreds of shows, including the Vans Warped Tour, they knew that writing music and performing in front of a live audience was something they needed to keep doing, even after the band disbanded in late 2010. The next step seemed almost automatic— they both had been frequenting nightclubs since they were 18 years old, and just loved the atmosphere. Beautiful women, booze-fueled nights, and the insane amount of debauchery—it was a fast lifestyle that the two had become accustomed to. Legner and Proctor needed to satisfy their hunger of creating music and performing live, while remaining inside of the nightclub world where they were constantly immersed— thus, the concept of Fast Company Music was born. DJs are the musicians and rockstars of the club scene, so it was time for the two to evolve. However, simply creating house or club music wouldn’t be enough—they weren’t happy with the current played-out, boring sound that they were so used to hearing, so adding elements of rock music, such as solos and screaming guitar harmonies to their disco productions was the kick that their new music would need. After garnering much attention and over 100,000 combined plays on Youtube since 2011, Fast Company is well on their way to become a new staple in the dance world with their unique sound.

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