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Bellatrax

Bellatrax
Dececio, Blue Star, Insignia, Red Square
OriginBristol, England
GenresDeep House, Electronica, Funky house
2000-present
LabelsNervous, Kontor Records, Bedtime Records
Tina Cousins, Electric Allstars, Luke Derrick, Sylvia Tosun, Tiff Lacey, Alex M.O.R.P.H.
MembersChris Dececio
Sophia May
Bruce Elliott-Smith
Steph Mazzacani

Bellatrax is a house/electronic project from Bristol, England that is fronted by producer Chris Dececio, who also uses the name as his alias for remixes.

Background

Prior to using the Bellatrax project, Dececio had used his own last name when he released his first recording in 2000. In 2002, Dececio created the project Redd Square and released the single "In Your Hands," which featured Tiff Lacey. As Insignia, Dececio released two songs, "Revelation" in 2001, and "Kaleidoscope" in 2007.

Under the Bellatrax name, the project has scored a number one Billboard Dance Airplay single with "I Can't Help Myself" in 2008, featuring his collaborator and vocalist Sophia May Hurst (credited as her recording stage name Sophia May). The two continue to work together occasionally.

As a remixer, Dececio has used the Bellatrax name on over 50 singles, among them Kylie Minogue's "Better than Today," which reached number one on Billboard Dance Club Songs chart in 2011.

Selected works

As Dececio

  • "Spectrum" (2000)

As Insignia

  • "Revelation" (2001)
  • "Kaleidoscope Eyes" (2007)

As Blue Star

  • "Dreaming" (2003)

As Bellatrax

  • "I Can't Help Myself" (Featuring Sophia May) (2007)
  • "Can't Hold Back" (Featuring Tina Cousins) (2009)
  • "World Keeps Turning" (with Sylvia Tosun, Alex M.O.R.P.H. and Chris Ortega) (2011)
  • "Keep You" (featuring Luke Derrick) (2013)
  • "Falling For You" (featuring Sophia May) (2013)
  • "What Love Is" (featuring Sophia May) (2014)

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