Chris Beale

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Chris Beale is a music producer based in Chester, England. His work is supported by BBC Introducing.Template:Huh?[1]

Career

Beale's debut record was "Steklo", released in 2013 on white label. Soon after, he signed the track to Move Records on iTunes, which saw his name showcased at ADE, the worlds biggest festival.[2] In July 2015, Beale was responsible for the Mashup Festival at a farm in Lower Kinnerton, which had an expected audience of hundreds.[1] The festival grew out of a club night that Beale organised in Chester.[1] Beale has also played at the Wakestock Festival.[1]

Breakthrough track "Mashup Chester" with C Gritz (Boy Better Know) gained widespread support from both clubs and radio, and helped to further popularize bass music in his home city.

In 2014, Beale released the BBC Introducing supported track, "Thinking Out Loud", featuring vocals from UK artist Fran Young.[3]

Late 2014 saw his debut album For The Love, signed to Move, which helped to cement his position as a mainstay UK techno producer.

The success of "Thinking Out Loud" with the BBC was followed by the solo's track "Going My Own Way", released on the same label, which reached #15 on Juno's Chart over the summer of 2015. Other single releases followed; by late 2015, Beale had made the decision to consolidate his releases onto his second studio album, a collaboration album whose release date is still to be announced.

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