Moshic started to conquer the dance scene worldwide. However the true fame and publicity came with the “Nightstalker” production. “Nightstalker” was included in Danny Howells’s “Nocturnal Frequencies 3” and Jimmie Van M’s “Bedrock: Compiled & Mixed" compilations. When “Dj Magazine” announced the tune as the “underground hit of the year”, nothing could stop Moshic’s carrier to expand. The Moshic mix for John Digweed’s broadcast on Kiss 100, was marked in history. Since then – December 2001 – Moshic has constantly emerged from the underground and finally became its ambassador. Every day, every week, every month masterpieces like “10@ZE” or the remix of Memnon’s “Locutus” were produced. Year after the Kiss 100 broadcast his “Distorted Patterns” compilation was unearthed. Progressive fans went down to their knees and Moshic was asked to do the Essential Mix that was broadcasted in February of that year. Soon after that his mix was added to the “Dj Mag”’s April issue.