Spinnin’ Deep Tag

Eli & Fur have taken Sander Van Doorn's already incredible track 'Drink To Get Drunk' and have embellished it with their melodic brilliance. Experts in the art of mastering the most extraordinary melodies, the duo know progressive sounds like no other, being able to give it the serenity of deep house and the drive of melodic. ‘Drink To Get Drunk' has been

As one of the world's most influential labels, Spinnin' Records continues to dominate the electronic music scene with an abundance of huge releases from prominent artists. As well as exciting releases, the label often hosts huge events, regularly returning to Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) with star-studded lineups. This year is no different, with not one but two Spinnin' events planned

Switzerland’s most streamed artist, EDX, returns with an absolutely massive Ibiza-inspired record to cap off a truly unforgettable summer season. His new release, 'Sillage' is packed with dreamy Balearic synths, tribal percussion, and his unmistakable signature soundscapes, making it an essential summer anthem. In the midst of his frenzied Make Me Feel Summer Tour, which will see the Sirup Music label boss take

By far one of the most prolific producers in the house music scene, Italian DJ and producer EDX certainly has an impressive track record, having remained an instrumental force throughout his career. Turning heads with his ability to produce tracks perfectly balanced with both emotional depth and rhythmic energy, he has consistently delivered with every single release. Having had a highly

French Disk Jockey and Producer Watermät has finally returned with another dose of his refreshing original sound. Adored within the electronic dance music scene, his output has been amply consistent with its high degree of quality. Coming from a background as a writer and producer rather than an artist, Watermät was far from the first endeavor from the summer hit maker. Writing tracks for

Redondo are a duo hailing from Amsterdam with a mightily impressive background. Label owners of their newly formed 'Redondo Records', the dynamic dance-floor duo have remixed the likes of Major Lazer and Justin Bieber's "Cold Water", as well as collaborated with Nora En Pure for "I Got To Do" in recent times. Born in the 80's and raised during the electronic music wave

Netherland based Lucky Charmes has been on fire lately. Between remixes for Galantis and Mr. Probz, continuing his Mix Marathons for Slam!FM and popping up on top labels such as Musical Freedom or Spinnin' Records, it’s safe to say that Lucky Charmes has created quite the buzz for himself within the global house scene. For his latest release, he arrives to Spinnin's seminal Spinnin' Deep imprint with

Veteran French producer Bob Sinclar is renowned for creating songs with uplifting, happy vibes, and his latest release is no different. Since his triumphant return to our airwaves earlier this year with 'Move Right' together with Robbie Rivera, he is back with one of his signature solo productions in 'Someone Who Needs Me', set to be released on Spinnin' Deep

Yves Larock is responsible for one of the biggest classics in the dance music history. "Rise Up" was one of 2007's most distinctive and infectious tunes, being played in all corners of the globe. So to see it return nearly 10 years later, is exciting to say the least. Though the production itself spoke volumes, not much is known about the Swiss producer. With

Nora En Pure has glided seamlessly into the upper class of European house music and its blazing popularity on both club floor and global airwaves. Digging her way from Swiss-based Enormous Tunes records, which is home to other artists such as heavyweight EDX, Croatia Squad or Calippo, Nora En Pure is now a well-known artist who contributes in forming the Spinnin' Deep

Watermät entered the industry relatively unknown, but managed to catapult himself into the spotlights of modern house music and become one of Spinnin' Deep's most illustrious artists. His Sparks EP certainly wasn’t a sensational breakout moment, but some five months later the anonymous tunesmith found a spin on the buzz surrounding modern sounds and tones that had artists and fans sharpened their ears.