Amine Edge & Dance celebrate Cuff’s 100th release with ‘Club Lit’
Having first launched CUFF in 2014 with Halfway Crooks, which was followed by their landmark 50th release of Bad Influence with SerGy jumping on the vocals, Amine Edge & DANCE and SerGy join forces again, this time to come full circle for Club Lit to celebrate CUFF’s 100th release. Along with this, Amine Edge & DANCE have crafted a special remix package and will also host a special event at ADE this October.
Club Lit does exactly what it promises on the package, it lights up the party. Shifting between SerGy’s velvety smooth lyrics that sets the tone and the intoxicating instrumental, this tune undoubtedly makes a strong candidate for a dancefloor hit.
The original mix isn’t the only thing Amine Edge & DANCE have got in store. They’re also treating fans to four different remixes with Jimmy Edgar, Matt Sassari, DJ Deeon and Eskuche, with one dropping each week, spanning an entire month. The duo will also throw their CUFF. ADE Secret After Hours after party on October 19th, starting at 7am with Ninetoes, Roger Sanchez, Daddy Dino, Reelow, Mason Collective, Secondcity, Chicks Luv Us, Clyde P and plenty more secret guests joining them.
With an undeniable ear for a catchy hook, the talented DJ and producer duo from Marseille, France who first started out lighting up clubs along the French Riviera have built their empire from the ground up. Developing their own sound along the way, the two-piece have forged their own take on underground house consisting of a future facing cross between funky deep bass, house and tech influenced by hip-hop, Phili soul, house and everything in between.
Through their unique sound, Amine Edge & DANCE has garnered landmark achievements such as being crowned winners of the Bass category at the 2016 DJ Awards, and have also performed at fabric, Defected at Ibiza’s Eden club as well as Sankeys’ 25th anniversary celebration earlier this year alongside Steve Lawler, Artful Dodger, Latmun, Mason Maynard and many more. The duo has also collaborated with the likes of Clyde P, Tim Baresko, Prok & Fitch and also received love from BBC Radio One DJs Annie Mac, Danny Howard and Pete Tong.
With a slew of new releases being lined up through CUFF thanks to its entourage of some of earth’s most talented collective, Amine Edge & DANCE’s meteoric rise is a testament to their capabilities of world domination.