Posts tagged with "Defected Records"

What’s Your Excuse?
Ibiza · 18 April 2024
Defected will be making its debut at Ushuaïa Ibiza for its 2024 season. Set to take place on Tuesdays from 7 May to 1 October, the brand launches ‘What’s Your Excuse?’ a campaign to celebrate its new residency. The label is aiming to rewrite the rules, and apparently, it’s time to start drafting your excuse, as Tuesdays now belong to house music as it turns its attention to its community of house heads with a take on the workplace’s ‘work from anywhere’ policy.
Frankie Knuckles
Music · 27 March 2024
Marking ten years since his passing, Defected will be honouring the legacy of Frankie Knuckles with a week of content dedicated to his career. Available now, all proceeds of ‘House Masters: Frankie Knuckles’ new vinyl release will be donated to Frankie Knuckles Foundation as it was when the compilation was originally released back in April 2015.

Defected | Ushuaïa
Ibiza · 06 March 2024
Ushuaïa Ibiza will host Defected Ibiza 2024 for 22-weeks of house music. Marking 25 years since its inception, the label will unite its community of followers for a season that features talent from across the house music spectrum. Joining the bill this year will be The Blessed Madonna, SYREETA, Catz ‘N Dogz, Olive F, Folamour, Sammy Virji, Masters at Work, Danny Howard, Sam Divine, MK as well as a number of fresh faces.
Defected Malta
Festivals · 01 March 2024
Back for its third year, Defected Malta recently unveiled its full lineup of artists set to take over the island from Friday 4 to Sunday 6 October and includes Dennis Ferrer, FKA Mash, Cinthie, Gorgon City, Nic Fanciulli, Olive F, as well as first-timers Natasha Diggs, Honeyluv, Deetron, MiNNa, Eliza Rose, Grace Sands, Sio and Close Counters.

Moby X Anfisa Letyago
Music · 20 February 2024
Moby lands on Defected for the very first time with ‘You & Me’, a collaborative package with Anfisa Letyago, featuring remixes from Deetron and Girls of the Internet. Moby’s releases since the 1991 mainstream breakthrough ‘Go’ have probably cemented him as one of electronic music’s most well-known artists, with over 20 million records sold worldwide encompassing all genres from downtempo, punk and rock to house, electronic and ambient.
Defected | Glitterbox
Miami · 14 February 2024
Defected and Glitterbox recently revealed their line-ups for the forthcoming Miami Music Week. After an apparent sold-out event at the Sagamore Hotel on South Beach in 2023, Defected returns again to Miami on 21 March in collaboration with Epic Pool Parties.

YOURS | Masters At Work
Music · 22 January 2024
To celebrate its 25th anniversary, Defected Records presents a series of collaborative releases Together. For the second in the series, Defected enlists Masters At Work to remix one of the label’s breaking talents YOURS, as Louie Vega and Kenny Dope revisit ‘DÓNDE ESTÁ’ by the collective.
Music · 15 January 2024
To celebrate its 25th anniversary, Defected Records recently announced a series of collaborative releases Together, integrating talent from the label’s past and possible stars of its future. With the first instalment featuring releases and remixes from a line-up of artists, the first wave will include Dennis Ferrer and Masters At Work, Kitty Amor, Da Capo, Sam Divine, Hannah Wants, YOURS and more.

Defected And Beatport
Clubbing · 24 December 2023
Defected and Beatport recently announced that they will be embarking on a five-continent, 24-hour marathon party to ring in the New Year. Powering New Year celebrations virtually across the globe, they will host livestreams from London, Sydney, Thailand, Johannesburg and Las Vegas from 11:30 am GMT on Sunday 31 December 2023, brought to life by Beatport’s new community-led initiative Music is Unstoppable (Unstoppable).
Wolfram & Josh Ludlow | Purple Disco Machine
Music · 15 December 2023
Wolfram & Josh Ludlow’s Defected club hit ‘YoYo Disco’ receives a remix from Purple Disco Machine. The original received support from artists including Parisian Chloe Caillet on BBC Radio 1, Majestic on KISS FM, the Keinemusik crew and now Purple Disco Machine.

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