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Since their inception in 2013, the two-piece known as Detroit Swindle have spent their time forging their niche in the house music scene. Their productions have seen them experiment with different styles in the past three years, from dark basement vibes in their rework of Waze & Odyssey’s ‘Please Don’t Dance’ (a personal favourite) to the more summery, disco-tinged efforts of their recent release on their own label, Heist Recordings.
The latter style of deep house/nu-disco has been seeing a resurgence as of late, and few labels are spearheading this more than Heist. With six releases in 2016 so far from the likes of themselves, Nachtbreaker, Frits Wentink and more, their rise shows no sign of slowing down. As well as this, Swindle are known for their versatile, high energy sets that showcase their deep knowledge of music – both are known as big fans of that classic house sound as well as motown and hip-hop. With the guys behind the name known for being very friendly and for not taking themselves too seriously, it’s great to see the success that they find themselves in; they’ve found their niche and stuck at it.
It brings us immense pleasure to welcome Detroit Swindle as our newest artists on Tracks Of The Day. For us they’ve picked four tracks that have made their way in their record bag recently, showcasing the quirky, funky sound that they champion and have also recently tried to emulate in their productions. Enjoy.