Defected Records Tag

Berlin DJ and producer Alex Ridha, well-known as Boys Noize, who has been active on stage for over 15 years, made on May 29 his anticipated debut on legendary Defected Records divulging an enamoring and inspiring disco-house Mvinline which has been named BBC Radio 1's "Tune Of The Week". I’ve been following Defected since day one, from when I was working at a record

2020 is a year of great change for the award-winning Grammy, multi-platinum selling artist, and heavyweight producer Calvin Harris. That's because since the beginning of the year the Scottish producer has been releasing songs with his alias Love Regenerator, with a brand new track 'Live Without Your Love' arriving this week alongside the Californian singer Steve Lacy, released in one of the

As we head deeper into 2020, the ever-evolving patterns and musical trends which lurk unpredictably from sub-genre to sub-genre in the world of dance music continue to spin in their formulaic ferris wheel style. But one label - through even the most blustery of storms - that has always resisted the urge to compromise their ethos, is that of Defected

Camelphat & Elderbrook, two of the most successful artists in the UK house scene, are celebrating the third year anniversary of his classic track 'Cola' after their massive release back in 2017 on Defected Records. Since the pair premiered their banger, the Brits have been escalating and growing in popularity as DJs and producers over the past years. Camelphat established themselves

Grammy-nominated DJ/producer Boys Noize (real name Alexander Ridha) has just made his debut Defected Records debut with a brand new single titled 'Mvinline'. The release of 'Mvinline' follows shortly after the release of his EP 'Strictly Bvnker' which was released on his own label Boysnoize Records. The track itself is very different from his semi-experimental EP 'Strictly Bvnker', yet adds a refreshing

One of the things that cannot be complained about in this pandemic is the amount of releases of great tracks in the electronic music industry, regardless of the genre. And one of the greatest DJs of all time was not left out of that list. Calvin Harris announced through his Instagram that he will be releasing his brand new single

Not long ago, Defected Records held their Virtual Festival. With massive names such as Roger Sanchez, Mambo Brothers, Claptone and more, it was a huge success with thousands of viewers across multiple platforms. With artists performing from all over the world in places like Los Angeles, Chicago and Ibiza to name a few, it became a worldwide affair and was something truly special. One of the

DEFECTED Records have sat proudly at the summit of the industry for several years now, thanks to their high quality gimmick-free house music - both on the release radar - and via numerous sell-out events worldwide, with the DEFECTED brand stretching from the likes of Printworks and Ministry of Sound in their native London, to ADE, and even further afield. Now,

The founder of Defected Records, Simon Dunmore, has taken to Twitter to voice his beliefs in regard to phones at clubs/festivals, specifically when used to take photos and videos of performers. A label known for being proud advocates of positivty on the dancefloor, the tweet, which has since generated considerable debate with vocal proponents from each side, reveals that he

Calvin Harris has no doubt become one of the biggest acts in the dance music scene over the past few years. Releasing hit after hit and consistently delivering entertaining shows across the globe. Most recently, the Scottish DJ and producer has been very active on his Twitter, replying to many fan questions. Recently, he has been in the news for showing displeasure with the

Coming off the back of what many would deem their most successful year yet, English powerhouse, Defected Records kicked off their sold-out Australian tour at Melbourne's prestigious Prince Bandroom on Friday night, with Dario D'Attis, Sam Divine, Franky Rizardo and Low Steppa headlining the show. Having hosted the likes of Marc Kinchen, Claptone and Marshmello during past events, Prince Bandroom is no stranger to A-grade performers and proved to be a fitting

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