The Virgo Brothers

The Virgo Brothers — producers, remixers, and artists Andy Warren and Trypsin, hail from Orlando, Florida.

The guys first began collaborating in 2007 when Chris the Greek enlisted the Brothers to provide a mix for Kelita’s track, “I Like to Feel the Beat.” Their sirens-ablaze scorcher (with a dash of ’90’s organ bass) was featured on the Amathus Music Summer 2007 Sampler.

Later that year, Industry A&R giant Hosh Gureli took notice of the Brothers and sought them for a remix of Alize & Champaign’s “Cars that Go Boom.” The boys’ electro house-flavored, turbo-charged anthem appeared on the Promo Only Mainstream Club Mix October 2007 release.

For New Year’s Day 2008, Circuit DJ Brett Henrichsen commissioned The Virgo Brothers to create a remix for Erin Hamilton’s The Flame 2008. Their “Sparkle Mix” officially celebrated the January 1 launch of online music superstore, alongside noted producers including Offer Nissim and Tony Moran.

In the summer of 2009, The Virgo Brothers debuted their first album track – “Groove’s Inside,” produced by the guys and written and performed by international recording artist Kristine W for her album, The Power of Music. Kristine later called on them to produce a club mix for the title track. Along with remixes from Tony Moran, Wideboys, Groove Police, Sweet Team, and Joe Gauthreaux, the single hit #1 on the Billboard Dance Chart.

2010 gave the guys another opportunity to deliver a club mix for an industry legend: Toni Braxton’s “Yesterday” was released exclusively for the dance floor via The package would become the site’s 17th most downloaded release for the entire year.

In 2011, The Virgo Brothers have joined legendary dance producer Barry Harris (of Thunderpuss fame) and vocalist Simone Denny to create Whoosh! Bang’s debut track, “Imitated, Never Duplicated,” available now on iTunes!