Blake Baxter  

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Blake Baxter is an American DJ and dance music producer active since late 1980s.

As a producer, Blake has a reputation for producing steamy, deep, whispering tracks. In 1985, Blake signed with the record label, DJ International, based in Chicago. DJ international released two tracks produced by Blake, one titled (in this house we jack) and the second (work your body). Two years later he produced a four track EP for KMS Records In 1988, through 1989, Blake produced tracks for Incognito Records Detroit, releasing compositions such as "Sexuality" [1] and "Fuck you up"[2].

In 1990, Blake released a four track techno EP on the Underground Resistance label Detroit. Blake has toured with Derrick May, Kevin Saunderson and Underground Resistance, Juan Atkins, Joey Beltram and Jeff Mills. In 1991, Blake hooked up with Tresor Records in Berlin, Germany. Tresor released Blake Baxter's first solo album titled Dream Sequence.

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