The name CamelPhat inspires lofty expectations amongst listeners, a fact which can be attributed to the weight of their infallible reputation within the scene, a reputation which has been built brick by brick, song by song, over the course of a decade. CamelPhat have firmly established themselves as one of the most visionary outfits in the industry, and rightly so.
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
It truly seems that UK duo CamelPhat can do no wrong right now. Bubbling under the surface of mainstream music for the best part of the past decade or two, producing massive hits like Axtone anthem 'Paradigm', it wasn't until 2017 that the pair went truly global, upon the release of their massive DEFECTED whopper 'Cola'. The track, featuring Elderbrook on
When Dave Whelan and Mike Di Scala set sail on their journey as CamelPhat, it's hard to know if they could foresee the impact that they would have on the music world. With numerous successful projects over their careers beforehand, it was time for the Liverpudlian duo to take on a new sound. Di Scala had spent 6 years as
1001Tracklists have long been electronic dance fan's saving grace thanks to their extensive and world leading DJ tracklist database. From their best free mixes and fresh charts to club and festival live sets with playlists, the music publication continuously delivers the goods when fans need them most. Just as they do all year round, the site are back at it again, this
A hum-along track that completely captured radio waves across countries, the Camelphat duo & Spanish singer/songwriter Au/Ra's hit single 'Panic Room' was assuredly one among the sensational releases of the year. For a track that amassed over a million views on YouTube and some 3 million odd streams on Soundcloud, being followed by a flurry of remixes was no new surprise. Joining