Serg and Kieron of My Digital Enemy joined forces in the studio way back in 2003 but it wasn’t until 2006 that their now famous guise was officially fused. Since that day they have developed a sound that is instantly distinguishable, one that has their peers and critics singing their praises from the roof tops and DJ booths across the land. They are what House Music has been waiting for.
Their fresh, no nonsense approach to production and performance means that nothing is delivered below excellence. The My Digital Enemy studio consistently pipes out quality releases that have stormed global EDM charts throughout 2012. ”Got To Be Strong” held firm for 8 weeks at #2 on the Beatport House chart and their remix of ‘Alter Ego - Rocker’ hit the #1 spot on DMC’s buzz chart, #1 on Beatport’s Tech House chart and reached #15 in the overall Beatport chart!
These achievements cement My Digital Enemy’s place amongst the biggest house artists of today.
2012 also saw the launch of their very own imprint, Zulu Records. A label to showcase the sound they have crafted together and to unleash House music that goes beyond the hum of the ordinary and into the extraordinary.
Zulu Records has featured heavily in the Beatport charts throughout 2012. ‘New Sensation’ reaching #13 in the House chart with support from BBC Radio 1’s Chuckie, Roger Sanchez, Bob Sinclar, Mark Knight, Cedric Gervais which names only a few world renowned artists that championed My Digital Enemy’s autumn release. During the summer months they hit a couple of places higher with ‘Reaper’ rocketing to #11 and praised by Axwell, AN21, Max Vangeli and a whole host of other leading EDM stars.
My Digital Enemy haven’t just featured heavily on their own imprint but those of other trailblazers too. ‘African Drop’, a collaboration with Rob Marmot, was snapped up by none other than Afrojack for his label Wall Recordings and went on to be supported by the likes of Tiesto, Avicii, Swedish House Mafia, Fedde Le Grand, BBC Radio 1’s Danny Howard, Hardwell… the list goes on. If you can call upon a large proportion off DJ Mag’s Top 100 list as your advocates, I think you can safely say you’re not doing too badly.
Moving on from their huge success in the studio, 2012 has seen My Digital Enemy rack up a gig list that DJs can only dream of. A sell out night at the globally famous Gatecrasher Birmingham alongside Afrojack, and another road block at the previously voted #1 club in the world Sankeys joined by John Dahlback and a residency for one of the biggest and longest running brands in clubland; The Gallery at Ministry of Sound.
Having hit the shores of India, Russia, Albania, Germany, Austria, Ibiza, Switzerland, Indonesia and Egypt already, My Digital Enemy only promises good things for 2013!