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We deliver quality mastering for dance music.

We charge 15 Euro per track.

Analog mastering at Artone Studio on request, contact info@recordindustry.com

For vinyl mastering & cutting, contact info@recordindustry.com

All music on Fatal Music Records is done in house, You can check it out on all download shops and streaming services.

Please send a track for reference  with your order, or  just use our no cure no pay delivery.

We deliver within 48 hours.

Pricing for mixing and stem mastering on request.


Acoustica Audio


Universal Audio

Pluggin Alliance





It happens a lot that you find some things in your mix  after mastering, We understand this, so we will do a second mastering session for free.

Feel free to ask any question, contact dennis@fatalmusicgroup.com


DEnnis bune

  • In 1991 I got my first record deal and a job as an engineer in a sound studio.

During that time we did releases like “Keep On Pumping” by Tyone Girls as well as releases under the name Digital Cartel (Outland Records). In 1993 I  signed at Outland records and started to work under the artist name Jaimy.


As co-owner of Outland studio and founding father of the Soulflow records label, I produced many releases. Releases like: “On The Disco Train”, “Brazil 2000” and “Waitress of An Open Mind” all by Dimitri & Jaimy, “Gotta Let You Go” by Dominica, “Melody Off Bells” by Jaimy&Con-Am, “Dance 2 The Music” by Men With Rhythm, “Shake It” by Desire and I did remixes on Kellee, Sabrina Johnson, Two Men Will Move You and Lakiesha Berri, to name a few.


In 1999 I started a new studio, together with Kenny D. We released our music on Blackhole’s Wildlife Label and together with them I started the Fatal Tracks label.

We released  “Keep On Touching Me” by Jaimy&Kenny D., this track also got remixed and released by Erick Morrilo. Other releases were: “Caught Me Running” by Jaimy&Kenny D. (remixed by Tiësto) and “Like A Bitch” by Jaimy&Kenny D. (this was the opening track on Sasha&Digweed’s “Communicate”). We also did remixes for: Tiësto, Way Out West and labels like Hooij Tunes, React and Warner Music.


By then my dj career also started to pick up. I was playing at the Wildlife parties as well as local clubs. At that point the famous  ID&T offered us a good deal and we teamed up with them. It was a hard decision, as we had a good thing going on with Blackhole. Unfortunately the adventure with ID&T was not as we expected it to be. That period made me realize that it was time for me to go on my own … I was tired of dealing with record companies.


This meant the birth of Fatal Music Records. My first releases got picked up by Danny Tenaglia. He showed me the way and I got to play in some of the best clubs in the world: Pacha in New York, Stereo in Montreal and Kadoc in the Algarve. That was an awesome time. And from that moment Fatal Music is home base. I have done some releases and remixes on labels like: Nervous, Stereo Productions, Mile End and Remixes for Danny Tenaglia, Miss Honey Dijon and     Anane , which was great fun. But you know what? I always return to home base! 


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