Short biography of "Solarstone"

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Richard Mowatt, commonly known under the pseudonym Solarstone (previously written as Solar Stone), is an English Trance'ed Dj and producer from Birmingham. The Solarstone Music Project was founded as a trio and also used the nicknames Young Parisians, Liquid State and Z2. Over the years, Solarstone has gained a reputation for keeping the original and classical trance sound. He is considered a veteran of the trance music scene fans. From 2012, Solarstone promotes Pure movement

 Trance through trips, in which tends to maintain the genre of trance according to its roots.

The Solar Stone Music Project was founded in Birmingham in 1997 year

With Richard Mowatt, Andy Bury and Sam Tierney. Since 1994, the trio has been known as Space Kittens. Tierney himself left the group in 1997 because of musical differences, and in 2006 year Andy Bury also departed, leaving Mowatta as the only member.

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And three major hits in the UK. Seven Cities, who in 1999, reached 39, was the biggest success. The song was one of the earliest and most famous examples of the Balearic trance genre and was re-released three times. The song was sold in more than 500 000 copies. 

In 2003 and 2004, Solarstone collaborated with Scott Bond to release three singles "3rd Earth", "Naked Angel" and "Red Line Highway". The band's debut album, AnthologyOne, was released in 2006. The second studio album, Rain Stars Eternal, was released in 2008.

Solarstone also produced several remixes and collaborated with acclaimed trance artists such as Paul Oakenfold, Matt Darey, The Thrillseekers and Ferry Corsten.

In 2014, the Solarstone and Giuseppe Ottaviani started a collaborative project known as PureNRG. Since then, PureNRG has released several singles and regularly performs on stage.

Radio programs

The Deep Blue Radioshow was produced by Richa Mowatta and Robbie Nelson, the first episode that appeared on May 19, 2005 R. The first appearance had a 30 minute Woody van Eyden Guestmix and had almost 2 hours. The last episode of Deep Blue Radio Show was 116 DJd by Robbie Nelson and released on July 10, 2008. 

Rich Mowatt and Robbie Nelson later produced the Solaris International Radio Show, starting from 2004 year, which was distributed through various internet channels. In the early years the program appeared irregularly and was a mix of interviews and new music. Since December 2006 (episode 33), he appeared as a weekly, two-hour podcast. The spectacle was reduced to a 1-hour show in episode 294. Solaris International was hosted alternately by Nelson and Mowatta and included new songs and remix, a half-hour DJ mix, and at least one classic trance track from the late 90 years. Or beginning of 2000 years. The last episode was the number 465, which was released on August 18, 2015.

On 2 September 2015, the Solarstone started the first episode of its new Pure Trance Radio broadcast. Episode 100 was covered on August 9, 2017. Live from A State of Trance Studio in Amsterdam. The spectacle is published on various platforms, including SoundCloud, iTunes, Mixcloud, Spotify, Youtube and Facebook Live. All episodes of the series are presented by Solarstone.

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