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Copyright productions are Scotti Delahoya, Sam Holt and Gavin ‘Face’ Mills and started making their brand of US House back in 1999. After meeting through mutual friend Matt ‘Jam’ Lamont, the guys embarked on a musical tip inspired by such diverse tastes as 70’s funk, 80’s soul and the dance scene over the years. With the firm belief that music is life, they have managed to balance full-time careers with a growing production schedule, History runs deep with copyright. Sam and Scotti have been firm friends for over 20 years and both work at the highest level in media. Sam turned his hand to Djing and enjoyed huge success in the 90’s playing at the legendary Hacienda as well as representing the Ministry of Sound across the world. Scotti focussed on writing and singing and appeared on tracks for DMC. The pair started a night called copyright in central London playing with Shovel (M-People) to bring a new experience to the dance world. The next logical step was to start producing and the guys teamed up with Gavin ‘Face’ Mills, one of the UKs most talented engineers. His work with Arthur Baker, Tuff Jam and Mis-Teeq to name a few had well and truly put Gavin on the map during his 10 years in the business. The trio launched copyright productions and were quickly signed to Soulfuric, the debut was the floor-filling classic ‘Where would you be’ on Soulfuric Trax.

They have continued to produce consistently epic tracks on Soulfuric with ‘Good For You’ featuring Angie Brown being voted one of the tunes of 2002 after staying in the DJ Hype chart for an unprecedented 6 weeks.
This year, copyright have written and produced for some of the biggest names in US House. February sees their first track on Joey Negro’s Z label featuring Bryan Chambers (All I Do). They have just completed 2 remix projects for Defected with Jay-J, ‘Keep on Risin’ and Kathy Brown ‘Don’t give up’ set for release pre-Miami. Their next track on Soulfuric will feature Lisa Millett (Bad Habit) and is their most exciting project yet, set for release in February. They will also fly out to WMC 2003 to DJ at the Soulfuric Party.With 2 studios in North London and more projects in the pipeline, you can be sure to hear more and more about these guys in 2003

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