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Morgan Seatree and LOA. combine for Make You Move Records

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This November, Make You Move Records welcomes Morgan Seatree and LOA to the label with their latest single “Chandler 95”.  Morgan has been busy in 2020 with recent releases on Stress, Name Dropper and Too Many Rules and Chandler 95 proves that Morgan shows no signs of slowing down as he teams with the super talented vocalist LOA.

Further, MYMR is proud to announce a very special remixer on this project – some may remember him as “Jordan Peak” but here he is making a return under a brand new alias – “The Phantom Frequency” – with this powerhouse remix!

Brighton-based vocalist LOA. (like ‘lower’) first, cut her teeth on UK Garage music in the late 90s. Born in Camden in North London, she began her career performing at venues such as the Camden Palace, Turnmills, Colosseum and Scala, earning her place as a credible vocalist under her real name at the time, ‘Stephanie Smart’. After touring the Mediterannean and the length and breadth of the UK for 14 years, Stephanie finished a memorable tour of the UK rave scene – Raindance, Moondance & Innovation to name a few – and moved to Brighton to study a BA Honours in Vocals. After graduating in 2019, she went back into the studio under her new alias to co-write the ‘Somewhere Else EP’ with internationally-respected DJ/Producer/Remixer Scott Diaz, and within weeks was featured on major playlists alongside some of the most well-loved names in House Music.

Incorporating his love for old school vocals and pumping drums, Manchester-born Morgan Seatree loves giving his productions a fast pace and energetic feel. Morgan has been making some promising moves within the house & techno scene with releases on Mark Jenkyns’ Name Dropper imprint, Javi Bora’s Too Many Rules and more recently the high energy, disco-infused ‘Cosmic’ on Stress Records. He’s already gained huge support from the likes of Steve Lawler, Richy Ahmed, Jamie Jones, Hector Couto, Piem and Roger Sanchez to name a few. At 21 years old he has already shared the stage with some notable acts including Prok & Fitch and OC & Verde and has played at venues such as Steelyard London, Gorilla Manchester and Cosmic Ballroom Newcastle with lots more exciting releases in the pipeline for 2021.

We premiere ‘Chandler 95’ on data transmission today, check it out here and grab it here.

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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