|Si James and Ben Hall|
They had been working hardly for several years, but then, in 2001, their efforts resulted in their debut drum&bass release on Viper’s acclaimed ‘Acts of Mad Men’ compilation in June 2009.
A track in the urban thriller ‘Harry Brown,’ (which featured the sound track by Chase & Status) and several dubstep and house remixes followed in quick succession. Their tracks are a succession of heavy-hitting original songs.
A track in the urban thriller ‘Harry Brown,’ (which featured the sound track by Chase & Status) and several dubstep and house remixes followed in quick succession.
In June 2010 ‘Abort' came out on Viper’s Headroom EP. They were supported by Radio 1, from artists such as Zane Lowe and Hugh Stevens as well as Andy C, Friction and High Contrast.
In the early 2010 they signed up with the famous label RAM Records with their track ‘Space Time / Take The Stairs’.It was nominated as Best Track at the 2010 Drum&BassArena Awards as well as nominations for Best Producer and Best Newcomer DJ.
Hitting number 1 across all the download stores, ‘Space Time’ was undoubtedly one of the biggest d&b tracks of that year.
2011 was the years of remixes for them, they remixed artists such as Example, Avicii and Chase & Status ft. Tinie Tempah
This single has dubstep, drumstep and drum & bass formulas, infusing them with enormous electro influences, slamming drums and razor sharp production, then spits them back out with rave-destroying force.
This single got over a million views of the official video in a little over a week and received daytime radio play from Sara Cox and from artists such us Skream & Benga, Mistajam & Kissy Sell Out. In 2012 they had tours in Australia, USA and Canada.
Delta Heavy are conquering the dubstep, drumstep and drum & bass scene and they are only at the beginning of their consecrating career.
Another important things to consider is the originality of their videos. Try to look at this, it's just amazing.
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