As house music keeps growing as one of the preferred subgenres on the electronic music spectrum, a legend named Low Steppa is shining more than anyone else at the moment. Since releasing his massive bootleg of Route 94’s ‘My Love’ back in 2013, which racked up over 2.2 million plays on Soundcloud, the producer has been making huge steps forward.
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
Returning to Australia once again is British House giant, Defected Records, showcasing the talents of a host of label favourites including Franky Rizardo and Low Steppa. Having rolled out exceptional shows across the country in recent years, the iconic label is set to dazzle Australian fans once again as they tour the land down under. Coming off the back of what
Amsterdam Dance Event has certainly swelled over the past two decades as dance music’s reign continues to allure wide-eyed patrons from all corners of the globe. Just in the middle of the heat and downtown, nestled on Amsterdam's culturally rich Rembrandtplein at Club Air, Defected Records constructed their magnificent Defected In The House showcase. Carefully crafted production, ethereal vibes and an unparalleled