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[EP11] Sampler EP 11
Vinyl record
4 Track EP OF Funky Vocal House & Deep House Grooves -

EP11’ stays true to committing Defected’s biggest digital releases to wax, delivering an upfront package of house heat previously unavailable on vinyl. Opening the release with two massive tracks from long-time friend of the label Dennis Ferrer, the A-Side kicks off with his stunning cut ‘Whisper’, produced alongside Disciples and James Yuill, followed by another slice of house heat in the form of his joyous collaboration with Dawn Tallman ‘Sunny Days’. On the B-Side comes another massive collaboration, this time from Idris Elba and Inner City, with their club weapon ‘No More Looking Back’. Finally, closing out the package is Endor’s ‘Fur’, the record that saw the Brighton producer return to his underground roots following the platinum selling ‘Pump It Up’.


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Dennis Ferrer & Disciples With James Yuill - Whisper
Dennis Ferrer With Dawn Tallman - Sunny Days
Idris Elba & Inner City Feat. Steffanie Christian - No More Looking Back
Endor- Fur

Last FM Information on Dennis Ferrer

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As one-half of Sfere Recordings along with house legend Kerri Chandler, Dennis Ferrer’s name has rapidly built momentum over the past five years amongst house music aficionados. Ferrer's soulful and afro-house influenced productions have appeared on leading house music labels stateside and in Europe. With a discography of original productions that extend from respected labels such as Sfere, Ibadan, Large, and King Street to Basic Recordings, Madhouse and Chillifunk, Ferrer is poised at the very top of the game. He is also widely accepted as one of the leading remixers of this generation of deep house producers and has lent additional production to multiple works on Distant, Defected, Papa, King Street, Large and Slip n Slide labels to name a few. Hits of the past include afro-house biggies “Funu” (Basic Recordings), “Ko Ko” (Ibadan), “Reach 4 Freedom” (Kingstreet) and “Dem People Go” (Kingstreet) to soulful numbers such as “Wonderful People” (Metaphor), “Joy to the World” (Sfere) and his classic Soul Collective series on Large Records. Currently buzzing from the Ferrer catalogue: his exquisite production of “It’s A Beautiful Life”, a remix of S.U.M.O.’s “Stay”, and the sublime “Sandcastles” (co-produced with Ibadan’s Jerome Sydenham), reworkings of D’Jaimin’s “Oule Oule” (Slip N’ Slide) and Dubtribe Sound System’s “Nothing Is Impossible” (Defected). Ferrer’s interest in production and dance first led him into the world of early 90’s electronic music. After a number of years working with the critically acclaimed Synewave label from New York, he connected with Kerri Chandler who re-introduced him to the soul and funk of music from his youth via House. Ferrer’s love of such artists as T-Connection, DJ Rodgers, early Herbie Hancock, early Cameo and Confunkshun finally found ways to surface in his music. Chandler instantly recognized Ferrer’s talent for production and business sense and together they formed Sfere Recordings in 1998 (Sfere being a name derived from Chandler’s Shelter / Ibadan classic “Atmosphere” combined with Ferrer’s old techno alias “Aurasphere”). The label was devised with the ambitions of exploring many different aspects of soulful house including Brazilian, Gospel and Jazz sounds. The emphasis at Sfere is clearly, however, focused on songs since both partners believe in the timelessness of a great song. Ferrer’s DJ career runs in tangent with his increased visibility as a producer and his creative reach covers five continents. December 2003 saw his return to South Africa for a Heineken sponsored series of events alongside UK DJ powerhouse, Pete Tong. He has traveled to multiple European markets and played with regularity in many of the major venues in countries such as the UK (MOS, Soul Heaven, Back To Basics, Ultragroove, Angel Deelite, Neighbourhood), France (Cheers, Sunslice Festival, L’Ambassade, La Noche Festival, Queen), Scandinavia (Hultsfred Festival, Jeriko), Benulux (Pizzaz!), Russia (Propaganda), Greece (Balux), Italy (Red Zone), Japan (Module) and S. E. Asia (Club Ohm and Rouge). In North America he has crossed the continent with performances in NYC, San Diego, San Francisco, Chicago, Miami, LA, Toronto and Montreal. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

Last FM Information on Inner City

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Inner City was formed in Detroit, Michigan in 1988 by producer Kevin Saunderson. He enlisted the talent of Chicago native Paris Grey to perform vocals for the tracks on what would become some of the most memorable club anthems all time, beginning with 1988's smash hit "Big Fun." Inner City's debut album, also entitled "Big Fun" (Virgin Records, US) / "Paradise" (elsewhere) was released in 1989. The second single from the debut LP was the smash hit "Good Life," which has become one of Inner City's most memorable tracks gaining major airplay on MTV and peaking at #4 on the UK charts. The debut album also spawned a few other club hits such as "Do You Love What You Feel" and "Ain't Nobody Better." Kevin Saunderson went on to release three more albums under the Inner City name: 1990's "Fire," 1992's "Praise," and 1993's "Testament," which all yielded successful singles but could not match the chart-topping "Big Fun" and "Good Life." Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

Last FM Information on Endor

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There are three artists named Endor: a Scottish folk band, an American post-hardcore band, and an instrumental producer. 1. Endor was: Mark Church, Richard Ferguson, Calum Johnston & David McGinty They sing and play drums, guitars, glockenspiel, harmonica, melodica, organ, roads, portasound, sticks and stones. They like science, books and old cameras. Following the release of two early days singles on Glasgow's Say Dirty Records, Endor have this year completed the recording of their debut album. The self titled album is expected to be released in 2010. For more information, please see: --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2. Endor was a 5 piece post-hardcore band hailing from southern california. The most notable of their members was lead vocalist Matt Barcalow, younger brother of nate barcalow who was the vocalist for Drive-thru/Geffen records band Finch. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3. Endor is the side project of electronic musician, engineer, producer, and artist DD 2-14. Focusing on beats and rhythmic music only, this side of DD 2-14's creative process draws from all sides of production and features extreme uses of sampling, manipulation, and emphasizes repetition. Albums can be streamed or downloaded for free at --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4. Endor is a breakcore musician from Belgium. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5. Brutal Death Metal band from Netherlands. Formed in 1988. Reunited in 2008. They have released five full-length albums so far. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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