From vocal-led deep house to pulsing, bass-heavy floor fillers, Britain's Endor made a name for himself on the U.K. underground with his club-friendly cuts before the release of his 2019 U.K. Top Ten single, "Pump It Up."
Brighton-born Daniel Hardingham first started to make waves in the U.K. underground house scene in 2015, with the release of his debut single "Be with Me." Over the next couple of years, he issued a slew of bass-heavy, deep house tracks, released on Nightbeast and Strangelove, while also delivering remixes for FooR, Crush Club, and Pixie Lott, to name but a few. 2019 saw Endor flexing his productions skills, delivering the Daft Punk-esque "Phonesex," the funk-laden "Mess Up" -- with Hifi Sean and Kolombo -- as well as the ghetto-tech sounding "Blastin," but it would be his debut for Defected that really made waves. The Black & White Brothers sampling "Pump It Up" was picked up by DJs from Ibiza to Miami, before heading into the U.K. Top Ten, while remixes by the likes of Jax Jones and Low Steppa of "Pump It Up" followed. ~ Rich Wilson