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Ralph Falcon

Ralph Falcon is one of the true mavericks in the world of house music. Throughout his prolific career he has embraced the emerging technology, and combined it with his very unique and much admired production style. Sometimes dark, sometimes provocative, Ralph brings an emotional groove to a track like nobody else.

As partners with Oscar G in the genre defining production team known as Murk, Ralph was co-producer and co-writer of Number 1 worldwide hits like Fired Up, Reach For Me and Some Lovin,, as well as the more recent Dark Beat by Oscar G and Ralph Falcon. He also worked with Oscar in remixing countless pop artist including Madonna, Cher, Donna Summer, Nigel Rogers and many more.

As a solo artist, Ralph released “From Hollywood to Hialeah” on Nervous Records. The album was the source of the number 1 billboard hit “I Need Someone,” as well as the underground classics “Break You” and “Whateva.” Prior to that he also wrote and produced “Been A Long Time” under The Fog alias, and this release has emerged as one of the most sampled and covered tracks in all of house music.

As a DJ he has performed for audiences around the world, and continues to be one of the few DJ / Artists who brings a truly distinctive and artistic style to his sets. He currently can be seen every week at the Coyo Taco venue during Miami’s premier weekend event – Murk Mondays.

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Erick Morillo

DJ / Producer / Label Boss - Subliminal Records

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Carl Cox

DJ/Intec Records

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Craig Kallman

CEO & Co-Chairman Atlantic Records, Founder Big Beat Records

Having only missed the very first year of WMC in 1985, it was 1986-1990 that initially placed me on the map globally due to the international attendance of the entire dance music community. All throughout the 90s I was often getting written about by various high profile mags and websites for having contributed to help break many artists, DJs, producers and remixers. WMC enabled me to bring many top industry people together all under one roof, especially at Groove Jet, where house music officially met Techno in my sets and it’s all been uphill since…TBC


Danny Tenaglia

DJ, Producer

I’m so glad to see WMC rebooted with such thoughtful content and first-class curation. It’s been a long time since the industry had a must-do American event and this is it. The reborn WMC!


Patrick Moxey

Ultra Music