Amine Edge & DANCE are two artists from Marseille, France who were childhood buddies and who now share a love of the heavy bass, fat booties, and the “so fresh so clean” approach of American textiles. They have managed to create their own style: the G-House sound, a real grind-up of musical influences that include suave Washington soul, the groove of Philli’s funk, NYC rap slang and the Vertigo of the voguing from the first houses parties of Chicago.
It is in England, always a leader when it comes to musical trends, that they are taking the Royal road, wining house purists as fans, but also in the US are people massively into their work. The pair are always filling larger rooms and bringing with them a uniquely mad vibe.
Their tracks regularly strike the top of the Beatport charts; they’ve played more than 130 dates per year and their remixes snap like a junky looking for freebase in a Baltimore crack house. With hip-hop in their soul, Amine Edge & DANCE like to share; to share their many DJ sets on Soundcloud, share their daily life, and finally share their love of the dancefloor. Recently, they have launched their own label, CUFF, a collective of artists all more talented than most and soon to spark in clubs worldwide.
CUFF is a desire, a crew, and a response to the expectations of those who have become geeks listening to “Chronic” by Dr. Dre. CUFF represents lovers of these cultures that have rocked us, and which make us vibrate. But fuck… this is not even a label that we are talking about, it’s a fucking movement!