Andy Ling

Real Name:
Andrew Ling
Andy Ling first appeared on the dance scene back in the day with ''Calling Angels''.
Destined for success from the word go, ''Calling Angels'' caught the attention of leading DJs around the globe. Sasha supported the track on his first Northern Exposure US tour, helping it achieve near legendary status. This first triumph opened the flood gates for a mass of remixes and Djing gigs for Andy. Going from strenght, Andy remixed tracks by The Shamen, BT & Taylor, Blue Amazon, Mombassa and Isha D.
Developing a sound that is discernable but never stagnant, Andy released ''Fixation'' with Fluid Recordings in 1999 and once again shook dance floors from Cream in Liverpool to Zouk Club in Hong Kong.
Fixation was licensed to Hooj Choons one year after its original release and reached number 55 in the UK charts. Fixation continues to succeed with new mixes in new territories each year.
The success of Fixation is a perfect illustration of Andy's insight as a producer and DJ.
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Singles & EPs

FL002 Andy Ling - Calling Angels album art Andy Ling Calling Angels (Single) Fluid Recordings FL002 UK 1996 Sell This Version
FLR 001 Andy Ling - Anuna album art Andy Ling Anuna(12") Fluid Recordings UK FLR 001 UK 1998 Sell This Version
FLR 008 Andy Ling - Fixation / Tolerance album art Andy Ling Fixation / Tolerance (Single, Maxi) Fluid Recordings UK FLR 008 UK 1999 Sell This Version
none Andy Ling - Descender / Fixation album art Red Shift / Andy Ling Red Shift / Andy Ling - Descender / Fixation(Acetate, 12") masterpiece none UK 1999 Sell This Version
FLR034 Andy Ling - Futura album art Andy Ling Futura Fluid Recordings UK FLR034 UK 2001 Sell This Version

DJ Mixes

NA Andy Ling - RECreate Mixed By Andy Ling album art Andy Ling RECreate Mixed By Andy Ling(CD, Comp, Mixed) Atmospherex NA US 2002 Sell This Version


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July 30, 2016
Fixation is a classic. There has been so much electornic music since, before and upcoming, but they are not going to touch this track. Simple and effective, especally after the first beak where it goes back to the beat and not the keys. A track where you wonder why did no one else do this before?? Brilliant!!!

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