Rhythm Masters


British house music production duo.

Before calling themselves the "Rhythm Masters", Chetcuti & Mac worked under a series of aliases such as Rhythm Robbers, R.M. Project, and Masters Of Rhythm.

Contracted as remixers, they left their mark on many club hits of the late 1990s-early 2000s, including hits such as Todd Terry "Keep On Jumpin'" (1996) and Mutiny "Secrets" (2000).

Their album "Disconnect Your Head" (2001) contained the singles "The Underground" (2001), "Ghetto" (2001), and "Heavy Soul" (2001). Further singles were planned, but the Rhythm Masters split not too long after, citing creative differences.

Later on they came back together for different projects. The release of delirious electro/house single "Cocaine" (2005), showed once again their ability to deliver strong club cuts.

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Aliases:3rd Dimension, Blue Lagoon, Disco Dubbers, Go > Zo, Groove Masters (3), Hitmen, Maltese Massive, Masters Of Rhythm, R & S, R.M. Project, Rhythm Robbers, Rhythmatic Junkies, The Dub Masters, The Mutator, The Squadies, Up & Down
Members:Robert Chetcuti, Stephen McGuinness
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