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Launched originally in 1991 by John Acquaviva, Richie Hawtin and Karl Kowalski, Definitive established the housier side of the electronic empire that Hawtin and Acquaviva started with Plus 8 Records in 1990. Definitive's style of house music was the dominant sound of mid-west North America, being played in raves and after-hours parties everywhere. History has been kind and holds in high regard seminal anthems like 'House 4 All' by The Blunted Dummies, 'Do Da Doo' by Robotman and 'Get House' by Calisto, with the tracks still getting heavy play and licensing action from the industry's leading lights. After a hiatus in the late 90s, John Acquaviva, having assumed the reins of the label from Hawtin, relaunched Definitive in 2005. From techno to tech-house to house and more, Definitive has fully morphed into its new digital self and is a paragon of sound. Acquaviva's globe-spanning DJ gigs continue to bring him into contact with today's hottest new producers and old school godfathers. Pushing the envelope, encouraging new talent, and signing new sounds, Definitive is always at the forefront of the ever-evolving tech house and techno sounds. Never a label to release tracks for commercial appeal only, Definitive always aims to deliver the vibe of the underground that made and makes club music what it is today. While Definitive Recordings has plenty of history and accomplishments to bedazzle any music guru, it's the present-...