DuMonde

DuMonde

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Former German trance / hard trance duo comprising members Jürgen Mutschall and Dominik De Leon.

At the end of 2007, JamX and De Leon split up, although Dominik De Leon still does DJ performances under the name DuMonde. For bookings please contact www.apolloartistsagency.com
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DuMonde Discography Tracks

Albums

DuMonde A Decade 1997-2007 (Album) Fate Recordings Germany 2007 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

DuMonde Tomorrow (Single, Maxi) Tasted Netherlands 1998 Sell This Version
DuMonde See The Light (Maxi, Single, Comp) X-IT Records, X-IT Records Germany 1999 Sell This Version
Anastasia Vs. DuMonde Anastasia Vs. DuMonde - Fly To The Sky (Single, Maxi) Stereophonic, Stereophonic Europe 1999 Sell This Version
LGDJ-80707-1 DuMonde / Dial M For Moguai DuMonde / Dial M For Moguai - Tomorrow / King Of Rock(12", Promo) Logic 3000 Records LGDJ-80707-1 US 1999 Sell This Version
DuMonde Just Feel Free (Tomorrow 2000) (Maxi) Stereophonic Germany 2000 Sell This Version
DuMonde vs. Lange DuMonde vs. Lange - Memory (Single, Maxi) Superstar Recordings Germany 2001 Sell This Version
JamX & De Leon Present DuMonde JamX & De Leon Present DuMonde - Never Look Back (Maxi, Single) Superstar Recordings Germany 2001 Sell This Version
DuMonde God Music (Maxi, Single) Fate Recordings Germany 2002 Sell This Version
DuMonde Human Fate Recordings Germany 2003 Sell This Version
DuMonde AKA JamX & De Leon DuMonde AKA JamX & De Leon - The Mixes - Volume 01 (Comp) Fate Recordings Germany 2004 Sell This Version
DuMonde Ich Will Raus / Let Me Out Fate Recordings Germany 2004 Sell This Version
DuMonde Kalt Fate Recordings Germany 2004 Sell This Version
DuMonde Vs. Judge Jules DuMonde Vs. Judge Jules - What's In Your Head Fate Recordings Germany 2005 Sell This Version
F8T 017-12 Dave 202 Meets DuMonde Dave 202 Meets DuMonde - Singularity 2005(12") Fate Recordings F8T 017-12 Germany 2005 Sell This Version
DuMonde I Feel You Fate Recordings Germany 2006 Sell This Version

Compilations

DAD 501854 2 Talla 2XLC vs. DuMonde Talla 2XLC vs. DuMonde - Techno Club Vol. 12(2xCD, Comp, Mixed) Dance Division DAD 501854 2 Germany 2001 Sell This Version

DJ Mixes

0927 45445-2 DJ Shog & DuMonde a.k.a. JamX & De Leon DJ Shog & DuMonde a.k.a. JamX & De Leon - Technics DJ Set Volume Five(2xCD, Mixed) Warner Strategic Marketing 0927 45445-2 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
wire 55000-2 DuMonde a.k.a. JamX & De Leon DuMonde a.k.a. JamX & De Leon - Essential Vibes(CD, Mixed) ReWire wire 55000-2 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
F8T CD001 DuMonde On Stage 2004 (Chapter 1)(CD, Comp, Mixed) Fate Recordings F8T CD001 Germany 2004 Sell This Version

Miscellaneous

W2M 048-X Dumonde Gun(3xFile, MP3, 320) Massive Trax W2M 048-X UK 2007

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dashoost34

dashoost34

March 2, 2013
It's worth mentioning that JamX (J Mutschall) & De Leon were able to carve a serious niche in the years of 1999-2002 with their "achievements" in the trance genre as well as music, in general. I know that is not the popular opinion amongst many electronic music listeners who found their music very cheesy and quite the opposite of minimal electro roots tracks which had preceded them in the early to late '90's. As it stands today they are renowned in the German trance archives, however IMO, the sounds they created had a great pace and complexity to them, not to mention they had distinct chunky basslines which was a common thread to their tracks and hasn't really been able to be replicated at all at any point by any other artist. The stuff they released between 99-02, although most were so similar one could easily pick out their trademark sound, it never sounded stale or regurgitated like pretty much everything else which was produced or released by them after 2002. With that being said, in comparison to other German trance artists, they totally dominate them with the ability to produce multiple solid, capable tracks and remixes for the better part of a 3 year span which do not seem to resonate as annoying carbon copies of each other like the rest of the other German or trance artists in that period. In summation, I say Kudos and a job well done to them and thanks for the great productions
jll5509

jll5509

May 10, 2008
Except for a brief period in the early 1990s, the majority of my fascination with electronica centered around house, mainly the NY progressive, hard sound. I never thought I would get back into trance. Then, I heard Dumonde's productions and remixes in the late 90s. What else is there to say about this German Trance Duo, other than, divine. My misconception of trance was that is was cheesy, fluffy, quasi-pop music with cheesy vocals. Dumonde showed me the epic side of progressive and hard side of trance; strong buildups, stabbing leads, godly melodies and epic pads. I was in awe, some of the first songs I heard from them that capitivated me was their remix of Sash!'s Adelante, their own production of See the Light, Steve Morley's Reincarnations, and of course, one of my all-time favs, their remix of Insider's Boots on the run. IMO, this track defined NYC clubbing in the late 1990s and I am sure it was a hit globally.

From these productions and remixes, I fell in love with their productions and remixes thereafter.

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