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DJ Spen announces his ‘Eye Of The Storm’ Remix Album


After the huge success of his Traxsource No.1 ’Soulful Storm’ album release in 2021, which featured Tasha LaRae, Monique Bingham, Fonda Rae, Crystal Waters and so many more, DJ Spen unleashes ‘Eye Of The Storm’, an impressive collection of his album songs all brilliantly remixed by some of the biggest names in dance music. Loaded with Soulful, Deep, Afro House and Disco gems, ‘Eye Of The Storm’ boasts a who’s who of house on remix duty, with exclusive new reworks by Kerri Chandler, DJ Spinna, Ralf GUM, DJ Meme, Terry Hunter, Manoo, Jovonn, Jaeger & Rynhart and DJ Spen & Gary Hudgins, alongside already hugely popular remixes from David Morales, John Morales, Mike Dunn, Jihad Muhammad, MicFreak and Michael Gray.

US house icon DJ Spen (aka Sean Spencer) began his illustrious career in the mid-’80s as a 13 year- old Baltimore hip-hop radio DJ, making beats with his group the Numarx. The group was responsible for writing and recording ‘Girl You Know It’s True’, later covered by Milli Vanilli. DJ Spen later moved into the classic Chicago house sound, joining forces with The Basement Boys collective. Working with a group of talented vocalists and musicians, under the name Jasper Street Co., DJ Spen released his first solo production, ‘A Feelin’ on Basement Boys Records in 1995. This was the first in a lauded series of releases for the label that brought Spen commercial and dance floor success over the next decade, earning him international recognition as a house music pioneer.

In 2004, DJ Spen split from The Basement Boys, and eventually founded his new imprints Quantize Recordings and later, Unquantize. Collectively, both labels have notched up an impressive 600+ releases, featuring artists such as Crystal Waters, Ann Nesby, Louie Vega, David Morales, Barbara Tucker, Timmy Regisford, ThommyDavis, and so many more. As a remixer, he has put his own stamp on anthems from Diana Ross, Michael Jackson, Everything But The Girl, Toni Braxton and more. As a DJ, Spen has been spinning across the globe, holding down a busy tour schedule for the past 30 years, bringing his magic to clubs and festivals, establishing his status as an eminent figure in dance music, both past and present.

We premiere DJ Spen & Michelle John – You Are My Friend (DJ Meme Remix) on Disco Infiltrators, check it out below and grab it here.

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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