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00:03 Cirez D
In The Reds  
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01:05 Fatboy Slim
Where U Iz  (Chocolate Puma Remix)
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05:07 Sander Van Doorn & Chocolate Puma
Raise Your Hands Up  (Extended Mix)
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09:39 Know this track? Tell us
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11:47 Gregor Salto, Sander Van Doorn
Tribal  (Extended Mix)
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13:32 Offaiah
Trouble  (Chocolate Puma Remix)
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17:27 Green Velvet, Eats Everything
Flash  (Eats Everything Remix)
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20:14 Chocolate Puma, Tommie Sunshine, Dj Funk
Scrub The Ground  
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24:16 Kryder
Selecta  (Chocolate Puma Edit)
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28:03 Oliver Heldens & Chocolate Puma
Space Sheep  
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29:49 Chocolate Puma
Step Back Feat. Kriss Kriss  
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32:20 A.Alvarez, Lord Gough
Dollars & Gold  (Chocolate Puma Remix)
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34:51 Bart B More
Cowbell  (Chocolate Puma Remix)
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35:51 Joey Beltram
Together  (Wiwek Remix)
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37:07 2000 And One
Shift 2  
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39:29 Joey Beltram, Umek
Sirenator  (Joey Beltram Version)
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41:35 Dua Lipa
Hotter Than Hell  (Jack Wins Remix)
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43:36 Henrix & Adrien Mezsi
Bruh  
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44:06 Chocolate Puma
Popatron  
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46:53 Wiley
Summertime  (Bart B More Remix)
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49:48 Tom Novy Feat. Michael Marshall
Your Body  (Unknown Remix)
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51:33 Damien N-Drix
Click  
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53:26 Know this track? Tell us
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54:26 Chocolate Puma, Firebeatz, Bishop
Lullaby  (Extended Mix)
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58:20 Chocolate Puma And Firebeatz
I Can't Understand  
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00:14 Wiwek
Rebels Feat. Audio Bullys  
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DJ Set

Chocolate Puma
Solar Weekend Festival (Netherlands)

62 mins. | 2016 | Electro House, Big Room

 

Zki and Dobre, Jark Prongo, The Good Men or just plain old Rene et Gaston; the Dutch DJ production duo are most commonly known as Chocolate Puma. Gaston Steenkist and René ter Horst are two of Holland’s most celebrated electronic producers, with a career spanning over 20 years. They've released over 200 productions and remixes under their various guises, with an influence on the European dance music scene that cannot be underestimated.

Drawn together by a common appreciation for the house music movement of the early 90s, their career got off to a turbo-charged start with the release of what would become one of the defining records of their career. Recording under The Good Men, the duo released what they hoped would be a popular club track, ‘Give It Up’ on their own Fresh Fruit label in 1992. The record surpassed all expectations reaching #1 on the US Dance Chart, and #5 in the UK Singles Chart when it was re-released a year later, propelling them to unexpected global stardom. Created on a small mixer and mixed on broken speakers in Gaston’s bedroom, ‘Give It Up’ remains a unique record that people still sample and play. It's a track they'll continue to feel extremely proud of.

At the Solar Weekend festival, the deadly double-act took to the stage laying down a fine set full of energy. They demonstrated a stage presence fans have only grown accustomed to over the years. 

 

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