High school years for Deepend validated an avid obsession with beat experimentation, leaving them in a position where music really was the way, paving the road to such releases as ‘I’m Intoxicated’. With their groovy taint on production, the pair was prepared to take electronic music in a special direction. This began a project that lead them to releases upon some of the world’s hottest record labels in existence, and enabling audiences to embrace the duo’s sincere passion for electronic music in all its glory.
From Ultra, Spinnin’ and Armada to the head honchos at Universal and Warner, the Deepend sound stuck and leveraged a completely refreshing beat to dance to. In the remix world, the guys were on official duties for Matt Simons ‘Catch & Release’ seeing phenomenal charting at #1 across Belgium, Germany, Portugal, Spain and France while it peaked at #1 in the European Airplay Charts, Shazam plays were off the chart in the world’s Top 10 and attracted over 130 million Spotify plays and 50 million YouTube streams. They too remixed Robin Schulz and Akon’s ‘Heatwave’ that has proven a dynamite on the dance floor and across the summer festivals. On that tip they also drove the Deepend difference to a very special level with their remix of Gnash’s ‘I Hate U, I Love U’ exploring the pristine organic sounds and instrumental experimentation.
After gaining multi platinum status across Europe, #1 spots on Spotify viral playlists and appearing on several major international TV shows, Deepend have locked their time down well and with an upcoming collaboration with Sam Feldt on Spinnin’, the Deepend genre truly is the key to the musical spectrum.