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1. dj2-work it out-newstylesound recordings.

2. afro deep-robotic dub-spacecraft recordings.

3. tony,chus&ceballos-on the strength(hipp-e remix)-nightshift.

4. dj buck-how the west was won-totem music.

5. veena harlem-break it down-urbantorque recordings.

6. zulu nation-the witch doctor-royal drums.

7. fries&bridges-closer love-primal records.

8. lawn chair generals-the jetts-westbound records

9. smitty,dizzy&davenport-let it move you-dulce recordings.

10. dj ali-the wall-village recordings.

11. chaman-the dark way-chaman records.

12. heroes for hire-our house music-urbantorque recordings.

13. neneh cherie-carry me-(emmanuel top remix)-circa records

Grant Dell Biography

Championing his unique blend of deep, intelligent, funky house, Grant Dell is a DJ who deserves to be heard. As an experienced artist, Grant's taste in music steers him away from the obvious track's -- he has the ability to pick up the gem's that other DJ's would miss and create productions that take us to the next level of house. Spanning a hectic 10 years, Grant's DJing career has taken him across the globe as far as Australia, New Zealand, Thailand and Kuala Lumpar, as well as closer to home in France, Italy, United States and Croatia.

In 2001, Grant burst into the production world, building his own studio and enjoying success as part of the production duo "Tribalation" with three Eps on Loaded. EP 1 exploded in the USA and was licensed to Strictly Rhythm. The Tribulation sound, which emcompasses long heavy basslines, mesmerizing vocals and heavy hypnotic percussive workouts, has been coined by top DJs across the board as "the sound of 2002". Since then Grant's career has motored into high gear, with Ep 3 just released on Loaded, and forthcoming Tribalation releases on Big Chief and Tango. Grant also produces with Bob DeRosa as Uhuru Beats and has forthcoming solo productions on labels such as Big Chief, Plastic City, Swag, Visitor, and Detour.

The son of a jazz musician has become the son of a gun of British tech-house. Grant's passion for music was really set on fire when the punk and new wave scene rocked the UK in the 70s. In the early eighties, as the punk era was drawing to a close, the laid back beats of reggae and dub lured him into the world of dance musicGrant started Djing professionally back in 1990 at a house and garage night in Reading called Scruples. From his stomping ground in South London, Grant developed his style of deep house mixed with tech-house and tribal sounds. He worked his magic throughout London's network of underground parties such as Whoop Whoop, Liberation and his own parties, Wildlife, which soon gained a huge dedicated following of underground dance music lovers, and earned him respect from his peers. This led to a guest spots at Heart & Soul & Wiggle, which are the only true underground events that continue today, spinning along side jock's such as Evil Eddie Richards and Terry Francis. Grant soon got the taste for radio with his own show on ENERGY 87.9 FM ( the longest running pirate radio show to date) on Thursday evening's, sponsored by Swag Records. He has also played on Radio 1, Gaia Live, Groovetech and Kiss FM Melbourne. In 1996 an invitation to take up residency at one of Sydney, Australia's top clubs, Delicious, set Grant on a global tech-house tour, and he was one of the first DJs to introduce the sound of underground London to New Zealand and Australia. During his two-year stay in Sydney, Grant pioneered the infusion of London's unique tech-house sound down under with the introduction of some of the UK's top names including Mr. C, Terry Francis and Colin Dale.

2001 brought Grant back to London with regular spots at some of London's best underground events from Whoop Whoop, Kerfuffle and Lunar to the Save The Rhino events in the UK and overseas. Keeping on the pulse of underground dance music, Grant can also be found at South London's infamous specialist dance music shop, SWAG.

Grant Dell Discography


c.p.l - rule ok - tag records.

Tribalation - why did you do that / jabba - loaded records

Tribalation - need to move / sky walking - loaded records

Tribalation - tribal shakedown / cant understand -loaded records

Tribalation - don't make me wait / I don't care - big chief records

Tribalation - communication / got it going on -funky piranha recs

Tribalation - falling down / ghetto people - nightshift records

Tribalation - break 4 some / warmness - fiji records

Tribalation -why did you do that / jabba -strictly rhythm records

Tribalation -do it to the music / behind your eyes - big chief recs

Grant dell&R.phoneman-driven by the beat/what I need-detour rec

Grant dell&R.phoneman-sub-strata/realize nothing-macumba recs

Grant dell - come on in / we go deep - visitor records

Grant dell - spread love / scream out - visitor records

Uhuru beats- rise up / in yer dreams - uhuru beats

Uhuru beats- smoking with the motherfuka/work-uhuru beats

Grant dell&bob derosa-letting go/hand of thee-totem records

Grant dell&bob derosa-drop it/sons of bass-stacked records

Grant dell&adam Collins-out there/hotness a gwan-warbled music

Grant dell&danny poli-cold rain/devastating-household records

Grant dell - moneyman skank/sometime nice dub-plastic city recs

White riot- who are u/ disco hit-groove pleasure records

Chicago transit authority-still disillusioned-london rescue records

Remixes & Licensed tracks

Len lewis - illicus(grant dell"s up yer strassa dub)-poodle records

Danny Sullivan-snake charmer(uhuru beats remix)-hoojchoons

Morpheus-assassin(tribalation remix)-loaded records

S.kol-weehawken-(grant dell&paul stubbs dub)-blue daze records

Emerybay dj- 2nd wave(uhuru beats remix)-uhuru beats

Tribalation-why did you do that-(lee burridge- nubreed cd)

Tribalation-why did you do that(chris duckenfield-turbo sessions cd)

Tribalation-behind your eyes(tyler stadius- Fabric mix cd)

Grant dell&bob derosa-letting go(tyler stadius-Fabric mix cd)

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