Moonshine Music

Moonshine Music was an electronic music record label founded by Steve Levy, in Los Angeles in 1992,[1] and later headquartered in West Hollywood, California. Moonshine released over 250 compilations albums, many of which were DJ mixed. Moonshine helped to launch the career of DJ Keoki and his side-kick producer Dave Audé. By publishing the work of British audiovisual artists Addictive TV, Moonshine became one of the first US dance labels to release a DVD.

Among Moonshine's other artists are NTC feat. Julie Harrington, Kellee, Robert Illes, Gary Butcher, D:Fuse, DJ Micro, AK1200, DJ Baby Anne, DJ Dara, DJ John Kelley, Dieselboy, Freaky Flow, Cirrus, Anabolic Frolic, Ferry Corsten, and Screaming Leads.

In 2000, Donald Glaude recorded a live set at Washington, DC's club night Buzz that was released as "Mixed Live: Buzz @ Nation" on Moonshine Music on June 26, 2001. [2]


  1. "The Moonshine Timeline". Billboard. e5 Global Media: 30–31. April 13, 2002. ISSN 0006-2510. Retrieved 7 October 2010.

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