Getting in the groove with label takeover

BARGROOVES featuring Jon White and Sean Doyle at The Iron Fairies KL Butterfly Room tomorrow.

Bargrooves is the compilation series for the truly discerning house music lover.

Under the watchful eye of Defected Records, style and sophistication runs through each release, from the carefully curated tracklist and expertly-programmed DJ mixes, through to the distinctive cover artwork.

Now with more than 20 compilations published, it looks to set its sights on being the go-to brand for quality house.

Representing Bargrooves will be Jon White and Sean Doyle.

Jon White is one of the rising stars of the dance music scene. A career which has seen him travel the world numerous times over shows no signs of slowing – completely the opposite, in fact.

A professional career that began in 1998 has seen Jon light up dance floors on every continent alongside the world’s biggest artistes and DJs.

Today, Sean Doyle has moved into being an artiste defined in his own right.

Sean is now one of the only artistes in the world to headline for three of the biggest brands in house music – Hed Kandi, Soul Heaven and Stereo Sushi. No artiste in the world can boast such a repertoire of headline appearances playing under the banner of such well-known brands.

In 2019, that looks to step into new realms with Sean representing Defected’s House Label “Bargrooves”.



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