About 4 Strings
Dutch DJ, remixer, and producer Carlo Resoort, aka 4 Strings, achieved his first British hit in 1999 with "Turn It Around" by Alena. Formerly known as Taska, Topcat, Square, and Carlos, he chose the moniker of 4 Strings before releasing "Day Time," a club/dance song with lyrics by Rob Davis and performed by Arianne Schreiber. "(Take Me Away) Into the Night" became his second smash. Originally released by Liquid Records, it was re-released by the U.K.-based label Nebula and featured on Paul Van Dyk's mix album The Politics of Dancing, among other compilations.