Half a lifetime ago in Chicago, ‘Move Your Body’, sometimes referred to as ‘The House Music Anthem’ by some, helped kick-start the house music revolution. Originally credited to On The House, the group followed it up in 1986 with house cut ‘Ride The Rhythm’ — also on Trax Records — before issuing singles such as ‘Give Me Back The Love’ and ‘Let’s Get Busy’ a couple of years later.
With five albums and a recent Grammy nomination for Best Electronic/Dance Album under their belt; Ten City, comprising of Byron Stingily (lead singer/songwriter) and producer Marshall Jefferson recently released new single ‘A Girl Named Phil’ on Patrick Moxey’s Helix Records label.
Byron Stingily and Marshall Jefferson recently announced Ten City’s fifth studio album, ‘Judgement’ with a re-work of their 1987 classic, ‘Devotion’. With four albums under their belt the band return with their fifth complete body of work, which is set for release 18 June via Ultra Music.