“Simultaneously unrelentingly simple and ridiculously complex—exactly what you want.”
After releasing for some of the most influential labels in the world (Cocoon, Rekids, Playhouse’s Klang Electronik, Harthouse, Veryverywrongindeed) Deepgroove have established themselves as a force to be reckoned with amongst the legion of global tech and house devotees.
“With a 100% party attitude and a keen ear for exactly the right tune to devastate the dancefloor, Deepgroove consistently smash it.”
Unstoppable tracks such as ‘Turbo’ for Cocoon Recordings have supplied suitably heavy ammunition for DJ’s like Sven Vath, Richie Hawtin, Carl Cox, Laurent Garnier and Dubfire to tackle their largest festival sets, whilst deeper material like ‘The Clock’ (for Rekids; with it’s subterranean Ben Klock Remix) provide incendiary underground grooves to fire up sweatbox after hours and sleazy night spots the world over.
“Proving that it’s still possible for real talent to break through.”
The patronage of some of the worlds most respected flag bearers has led to bookings and a rapidly growing live show which has recently showcased for amongst others We Love…Space, Bugged Out and Fabric.
“Book these guys and the only way you’ll get rid of them is to find them another party”
Deepgroove and Jamie Anderson’s debut artist album “13MACHINES” was released on legendary German imprint Harthouse, (preceded by another firing 12” EP) allowing this white hot production team to expand the range of their grooves to cover late night burners, peak time club destroying moments and all that lies between. The remix album featured Piemont, Daniel Steinberg, Minicoolboyz, Sei A, Electric Rescue, Markantonio and more…
‘Overt Maximal Tension…4/5 Mixmag’ ‘Unstoppable, Computer Says ‘Yes!’…4/5 DJ Magazine’ ‘Machine Soul Par Excellence…9/10 iDJ’
In 2011 and after an Ibizian season and many outings to DC10, their sound has mellowed somewhat, taking in deep house as well as the jacking beats and basslines of The Terrace. This has been cemented with further singles for Germany’s MBF LTD, Andre Crom’s OFF Recordings, Tim Sheridan’s VeryVeryWrongIndeed, Audiojack’s tech-house stronghold, Gruuv (with Martin Dawson and Huxley Remixes), Underwater (with brand new Hermanez Remix), Suara and the UK’s prolific Four:Twenty Recordings alongside stable mates Loco Dice, Andomat 3000, M A N I K and Solomun coming soon with Glimpse and Ruthit Remixes.
‘No messing, they do exactly what it say’s on the tin… they know how to drop it!’
Pete Tong (BBC Radio 1)