|Defected In The House Radio Show Special Def Mix Takeover 06-08-2012|
|09 August 2012|
Defected is probably the one and only label that carried House music's legacy into the 21st century. It preserved its history while continuing a new one, bridging the gap across generations of music lovers and clubbers worldwide.
Established in 1999 by former AM:PM and Cooltempo A&R man Simon Dunmore, Defected's first release was Soulsearcher's "I Can't Get Enough" which reached No.5 in the UK singles chart. This early success was followed up with Roger Sanchez's "Another Chance", which hit No.1 in the UK singles chart in 2001. To date, Defected has released more than 300 singles from artists such as Bob Sinclar, Kings of Tomorrow, Dennis Ferrer, Martin Solveig, Copyright and ATFC and is seen as one of the world's leading specialist labels in house music.
In this week’s show Treasure Fingers hit us up with an exclusive guestmix ahead of his EP on Defected. Elsewhere Aaron showcases upfront music from his sister labels Hi Rise and Lo Rise, and there are new cuts from Miguel Campbell, Joris Voorn, and David August.
This week we celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Def Mix with a special takeover show ahead of their date for Defected In The House at Pacha, Ibiza. Stay tuned for exclusive mixes from the legendary David Morales, Frankie Knuckles and Hector Romero hosted by our residents Copyright.
DEF MIX TAKE-OVER TRACKLISTING
DAVID MORALES MIX
FRANKIE KNUCKLES MIX
HECTOR ROMERO MIX
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