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Deepest Blue Miracle [single]
Deepest Blue: Miracle “A household name with
  the dance community,
  Deepest Blue shakes,
  rattles and rolls into 2008
  with a landmark Miracle...”


OPENING WITH A MARVELLOUSLY EXTENDED CRY, the note held with a powerful and uplifting surge that makes the hairs on the back of your neck stand on end, Deepest Blue are back again with another slug of pounding, foot-stomping dance floor delirium.

Miracle is a superb track with catchy lyrics and a throbbing backbeat combined with those fascinating chords. Look out for the delightfully-soft vocal contrast / electronica / rousing beat exercise that just begs to be noticed — Do you believe in a miracle? I believe in Miracle.

Hip-wriggling, fun stuff this and the publicity machine has lots to say: Chart-topping dance duo Deepest Blue are back in the 08 mix, with a killer tune that is bound to blow the speakers round clubland. Already causing an early buzz in the key record boxes, production whiz Matt Schwartz and frontman Joel Edwards once again up the dosage with Miracle, an eight-minute club-banger that screams chart success. Coupled with a filthy, electro house remix by The Drill and we're all set for some heavy duty rotation…

Having stormed onto the scene in the Summer of 2003 with their self-titled debut single — a classy and commercial vocal house cut
which shot straight to number 7 in the UK national charts — Deepest Blue's second single, Give It Away, reached number 9, and number 2 in the airplay charts.

Deepest BlueThe duo's debut LP in 2004, Late September, sold over a quarter of a million copies and in 2005 the boys took a break from Deepest Blue to pursue various solo projects. Matt continued to produce club hits from his own label, Destined Records — often recording under various guises, he hit the right notes with Dada's Lollipop, featuring Kings of Tomorrow legend, Sandy Rivera. Championed by Pete Tong, this old school electro, new wave hit shredded the floors last summer. Not content with just one hit single, Matt also put together The Drill's The Drill, a bassy, electro-tech stomper that was picked up by Tiga and Erol Alkan and was arguably the biggest tune of Summer 2005.

Joel went on to remix a few tracks under the name of Dead Guys for Blondie, Lamb, Chicane and Texas. He later recorded a solo album — Lost And Found — for Mercury Records. Working alongside jazz legend George Fame, he also worked with members of the Van Morrison band.

Already a favourite amongst various luminaries like Pete Tong, Eddie Halliwell, Sister Bliss, Paul Van Dyk and Tiesto, Deepest Blue have mixed up a new batch of their musical formula for chart success in the form of Miracle — the new single taken off the duo's forthcoming album (out later in the year).

Having reached number 6 in the Buzz chart and number 8 in the Cool Cut Chart, Miracle has also been played in February on Pete Tong's Radio 1 6-Pack show.

With a bunch of live UK and international dates lined up in 2008, Deepest Blue is well and truly back. Last word of warning from MotorBar is "prepare to be shaken to your very roots"; and from the publicity machine: Watch them explode!

Deepest Blue's Miracle is will be released on April 14 (2008) on Destined Records.

Tracklist: Radio Edit | Club Mix | The Drill Remix | Jukey Remix |
Dada's Handbag Mix

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Read MotorBar's interview with Deepest Blue's Joel Edwards.

"A slick, synth-driven studio production with percussive beats and, crucially, a dreamy melodic male vocal" — The Times

"Deepest Blue is classy, yet commercial, vocal house. The Original Mix is perfect Summertime house music that will be massive among house connoisseurs and Saturday night clubbers alike" — Ministry of Sound

"Deepest Blue… prepare to be shaken to your very roots" — MotorBar