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Labels We Love – Defected

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Labels We Love – Defected

A true institution in the world of dance music.

Defected Records is one of the most iconic record labels in the world of house music. Founded in 1999 by Simon Dunmore, the label has consistently pushed the boundaries of the genre, bringing a diverse range of sounds and styles to the dancefloor.

Defected champions quality house music, whether it’s classic cuts from the genre’s pioneers or cutting-edge productions from the next generation of artists. The label has a deep appreciation for the history of house music, and this is reflected in its extensive back catalogue, which features some of the most revered tracks and remixes of all time.

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Defected’s early releases were rooted in the soulful and jazzy sounds of Chicago and New York, the birthplace of house music. Artists like Masters at Work, Joey Negro, and Blaze helped to set the tone for the label, and their productions still sound fresh and relevant today.

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As the label grew, so did its reach, with Defected expanding its sound to include everything from deep and dubby house to more upbeat, uplifting tracks. Artists like Dennis Ferrer, David Penn, and Sam Divine brought a new energy to the label, and their productions continue to be some of the most sought-after in the world of house music.

In recent years, Defected has continued to evolve, bringing new artists and sounds into the fold. The label has also expanded its reach with a series of festivals and club nights that bring the Defected sound to fans around the world. Whether you’re a lifelong fan of house music or just discovering the genre for the first time, Defected Records is a label that is well worth exploring.

 

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Written by: HMR

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  1. HMR on February 7, 2023

    I totally loved this label back in the early 2000s. Releases were often perfect for a funky house / party vibe DJ back then. These days, I am not so much of a fan, partly as I have moved away from house music and onto more leftfield side of things, their sound has most certainly changed from back in the day.


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