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sultan + ned shepard
7 October, 2013 5:48 am

Sultan + Ned Shepard are changing the face and sound of Electronic Dance Music. Unlike most synthetic producers; their richly developed sound comes from their classical and contemporary musical training playing guitar and piano respectively. Their new original release ‘All These Roads’ exemplifies this with a deeply organic and gorgeous production featuring songwriters & vocalists [cont.]

31 January, 2013 6:41 am

Hitting February 5th.

22 January, 2013 5:23 am

We’ve already heard renditions of Bruno’s runaway smash “Locked Out Of Heaven” from each R3hab and Paul Oakenfold, and now Sultan & Ned weigh in with their own rendition, perhaps the best version yet. Due January 21st.

6 January, 2013 3:26 pm

Update: Available now on Beatport. Sultan & Ned Shepard team with the ultra-talented “Sending My Love” vocalist, Max’C for their new single, which borrows a concept from John Legend, but is not a cover. Look for this on Spinnin’ Records in January.

30 November, 2012 4:14 pm

Sultan and Ned Shepard turn Vassy’s “We Are Young” into a massive electro banger, only utilizing certain bits of the original track’s vocal. This is available now on Dave Aude’s Audacious Recordings imprint.

25 November, 2012 5:59 pm

DJ Shadow’s seminal 1996 track, “Organ Donor”, has been nominated as one of “greatest dance tracks of all time” by Mixmag, despite it never being released as a 12″ single. As a part of Shadow’s debut, Endtroducing (which you can read our 2005 dissertation of over at HipHopSite.Com), the track went on to be just [cont.]

22 September, 2012 5:02 am

We’ve seen a handful of versions for “Somebody To Love” come down the pipeline, starting with Third Party’s rendition a few weeks back. dBerrie’s new remix provides celebratory electro vibes, but admittedly Paris & Simo’s version really takes it over the top. It begins very similar to the original mix, but then explodes into a [cont.]

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