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Building on a string of successful releases this year, My Digital Enemy are further establishing themselves as one of the most exciting house acts in the UK, releasing new track ‘Don’t Give Up’ on their own ‘Zulu Records’ label on 30th June.


Receiving its radio premiere on Danny Howard’s BBC Radio 1 Dance Anthems show, ‘Don’t Give Up’ blends melodic chords, stuttered vocal samples and a cool and gritty bassline on the drop that’s guaranteed to fill floors this summer.


The Brighton based pair Serg and Kieron, who have worked together on various projects for over 10 years, have kicked off 2014 in fine form. Aside from producing, the duo have been busy on the decks at Miami’s WMC conference, where their remix of Matteo DiMarr & Dashka’s ‘Closer’ received huge reactions as well as running Zulu & Vudu Records, topping respected house charts with releases.


January saw ‘Shamen’ receive support from industry heads Pete Tong, Steve Angello & Danny Howard as well as featuring on Tiësto’s Clublife Afterhours Essential Mix, with further releases on Vudu Records and Toolroom in May gaining similarly high acclaim.


As producers in 2013 they managed to notch up an impressive five Beatport House top ten tracks. Three of those in the top three spot, with their original track ‘Wrong’ hitting number one and staying there for six weeks.


With their productions continually in demand, a series of releases on high profile labels such as Toolroom, X Recordings and their own Zulu & Vudu records, as well as a busy DJ schedule that sees them playing amongst others, Toolroom Knights in Ibiza, My Digital Enemy are set for great things in 2014.




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