When released, a remix provided by up and coming producer Greg Murray (Platipus/Lost Language) found a place within many DJ's boxes, it continued to receive massive airplay and jumped on various compilations. On first hearing the track, established Dutch producer Ferry Corsten later remixed the track establishing it as a true anthem with airplay on both Kiss FM and Radio 1's Dance Anthems. The track has received major support from the likes of Paul Van Dyk, Armin Van Buuren, Dave Pearce, Scott Bond, Matt Hardwick, Adam White and many more. Not being solely limited to the constraints of one style, Corderoy spend time writing and producing in many varying techniques, with other aliasis to their name.
Although heavily involved in writing and producing their own material, Corderoy still find time to turn their unique style into remixing other artist tracks. With their pinnacle work being their BBC Radio 1 remix of Marc Et Claude's 'La' released on Positiva Records in 2003. In 2004 Corderoy followed up their record breaking first release with a another stormer namely 'Deeper'. Featuring the vocals of the ultra talented Kirstie Gorton the track went on to gain huge support from all the big names, also gaining the honour of it being voted Judge Jules web chart winner by the public, even beating Eric Prydz 'Call on me' to win.
Jules went on to champion the track on his show with 8 weeks continuous play on Radio 1. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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