Paul Van Dyk first emerged in 1994 when he released "The Green Valley E.P.". Since then he has developed a strong following, having returned in 2017 with "From Then On". He will be touring the country soon, with shows in Amsterdam, Sant Antoni de Portmany and Liverpool.
Roger Sanchez debuted in 1991 with his first release "Magic (remix) / Dreamworld (remix)". Following that he has established himself in music, after returning in 2011 with "Worldwide". He will be hitting the road soon, with shows in Liverpool and Luton.
X-Press 2 first emerged in 1993 when they unveiled "London X-Press / Muzik X-Press". Following that they've developed their own unique sound, coming back in 2015 with "Cosine". They will be touring the country soon, with shows in Liverpool, Dallas and Tucson.
Tall Paul found his start in 1994 after revealing "Rok da House". Throughout he has continued on strongly coming back in 2007 with "No Submission". He will be touring soon, with shows in Liverpool, Elgin and Evesham.
Tilt entered the scene in 2016 with their first release "Hinterland".
Cream Birthdays are legendary and this year will be no different as the clubbing behemoths return this October for their annual celebrations, taking over Camp & Furnace in Liverpool on Saturday 12th October with a salivating line up featuring deck legends from past and present. First up is trance legend Paul van Dyk, after a 4 year hiatus with his last headline show being ‘nation’ closing finale back in 2015, he’ll be joined by house pioneer Roger Sanchez plus a roll call of talent from the clubs twenty eight year reign including Chicane, Tall Paul, Jon Carter, X-Press 2, K-Klass, John Kelly, Tilt, Paul Bleasdale, Gareth Wyn, Anthony Probyn, Andy Mac and Andy Carroll. Birthdays come but once a year and this will be one you don’t want to miss.