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[EP19] Sampler EP 19
Vinyl record
4 Tracks - 4 Artists OF Pumpin House, Tech House, Vocal House & Deep House From Allstar Cast

This nineteenth edition collates four unmissable releases from 2023’s incredible summer season. Opening the compilation, British house favourite Jansons delivers old skool vibes with ‘Hypnotic’, championed by 90s hip-hop and RnB inspired vocal vocals courtesy of Dope Earth Alien. Next up, LP Giobbi’s long-awaited Defected debut came in the form of ‘Giodisco’, a joyful, vibrant club cut that showcased the live musician and producer’s disco-adjacent sound. On the B-Side, the First Lady of Defected Sam Divine presents her long-awaited dancefloor release ‘Take My Hand’ featuring Josh Barry on vocals. After teasing the track for nearly a year in her live sets, the heavenly house release did not disappoint. Closing out this esteemed collection is the addictive collaboration between Parisian underground favourites and London singer-songwriter Camden Cox, ‘Lady Love’, which dominated the summer season with its undeniable energy and earworm vocal.


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Jansons Ft. Dope Earth Alien - Hypnotic
LP Giobbi - Giodisco
Sam Divine Ft. Josh Barry - Take My Hand
Oden & Fatzo X Camden Cox - Lady Love

Last FM Information on Jansons

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Jansons is a name that has come into real prominence on the underground dance scene in the last couple of years. The established producer has engineered for artists releasing on some of the industry's leading labels, earning him a first-rate reputation for his production skills. Natural progression led Jansons to carve out a sound of his own, driving him to develop as an artist, kicking-off with an EP on Steve Lawler's VIVa MUSiC imprint. His next offering was a remix for Nikola Gala, which was charted and supported by the likes of Butch, Carl Cox and Hector Couto. The track was also included in the Jamie Jones/Nathan Barato live Essential Mix, broadcast from Paradise at DC10. This was followed by a collaboration with Richy Ahmed, for the first-ever release on Richy's record label, Four Thirty Two. Jansons was a featured artist on Pete Tong's 'New Names for 2017' BBC Radio 1 show, which was a strong start to the year for the emerging talent and was subsequently asked to record a 2-hour live radio mix at Rinse FM. The DJ and producer went on to release a standout 3 track EP on Hot Since 82's label, Knee Deep In Sound. The momentum continued with a release on Matt Tolfrey's Leftroom Records, which proved to be the label's most popular track on Beatport; plus, a remix for 8bit founder, Gorge. A well-received remix for Senzala saw a further collaboration from Ahmed/Jansons as Lovehertz, an alias from the duo that is set to continue. Ending the year on a high, Jansons' Mode EP on Four Thirty Two climbed the charts and garnered support from the likes of Eats Everything, Joris Voorn, Green Velvet, Andrea Oliva and Anja Schneider. Notable shows included his Room 1 debut at Fabric London and Kaluki at The Warehouse Project, Manchester. 2018 commences with a remix for Steve Lawler and an EP on MONTEL's Misfit Music. This will be followed by a remix for Javi Bora on Do Not Sleep, and a collaboration with Hot Creations artist Mark Jenkyns. There is also an exciting project with Senzala on its way; the first track of which is already a firm favourite with DJs including Jamie Jones. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

Last FM Information on Sam Divine

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A born entertainer with a burning desire to play music to people around the world, Sam Divine’s enigmatic sets are an effortless schooling in pure, unadulterated house. From her early days as the sole member of the Defected street team in Ibiza to fronting their radio show & now headlining some of the world’s biggest clubs & festivals, The First Lady of Defected, has become an intrinsic part of the UK house music scene. 2019 was a year of firsts for Sam with her debut appearance at London’s Printworks venue, in September she was invited by Radio 1 tastemaker Pete Tong to record a coveted Essential Mix – a true marker of how far her career has come. 2019 also marked Divine’s first Mixmag Lab NYC set. All this on top of touring globally, playing 21 festivals worldwide, an epic gig at the top of London’s iconic Tower Bridge & raising over £40k for Breast Cancer Research through her charity D-Vita. Sam shows no sign of slowing down, with new music in collaboration with Australian DJ & Producer, Kormak, on Defected, as well as a new EP on her own label. With her passion & dedication to her music beyond doubt, Sam Divine is a musician who will continue to evolve and grow. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.