British isles DJ/producer, club organization mastermind, and unbiased dance music label owner Alex Silver started DJing in 1985 when home music had damaged away of underground clubs in London and various other important cities all over the world. Two years afterwards, he began rotating turntables over the Spanish Mediterranean Balearic Isle of Ibiza. In August 1995, Alex Silver founded his very own recording company, known as Xtravaganza, producing its debut using the discharge of Chicane’s “Offshore.” Nevertheless, the label’s discovery came after registering with Sony and issuing the chart-topping one “Don’t QUIT,” offering Bryan Adams. Xtravaganza was officially released in the U.S. on March 30, 2001, at New York’s Limelight. Global cosmopolitan dance became his brand in the nightclub field with shows all around the globe, including Privilege (previously referred to as Amnesia), among the largest night clubs in Europe.