Half of this new house music duo was featured in DJ Mags ‘Top 100 DJs’, and they’ve just set up a radio show commissioned by Grant Nelson, on the D3ep network.
Long-time friends Marc Dennis and Tony Walker joined forces again in 2012 after countless years of making house music under various successful guises. Walker’s name is synonymous with northern dance culture, having helped start the careers of Utah Saints, whilst launching one of the UK’s favourite house nights, ‘Love To Be….’, with Marc, which celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2015. Both have held countless residencies at the Worlds best clubs and presented national Radio Shows in the U.K and beyond.
90s club culture is bigger than ever, so rather than neglect their past of partying in warehouse raves, they are embracing it in their productions, combining their knowledge of the classic house sound with something the ‘new era’ house fan appreciates.
They supported Pete Tong in 2014 at the O2 Arena, plus appearances include playing with Kerri Chandler, Todd Terry & Waff (plus a main room set at Love to be… History of House, a 6000 capacity event in the U.K as well as headlining alongside Sonny Fodera, Doorly and Flashmob in addition to playing at Sankeys, Amnesia and Es Vive (Ibiza 2015).
Their 2013 remix of A3 ‘Feel the Light’ hit the top 20 official dance charts, and they have been commissioned to remix Madison Avenue, Dave Seaman, Bob Sinclair and Ron Carroll. Their own productions have been signed to some of the best underground labels around the world (Pukka Up, Conkrete Digital, Redsoul, Mini Tree, One Foot in the Groove, Love to be…Records), regularly gaining support from the likes of
Jonathan Ulysees, Jay C (Toolroom) and Grant Nelson. Recent
remixes for house legend Ron Carroll and respected underground artist RedSoul have both steamrolled in to the Traxsource top 100.