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Gorgon City

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All That You Need Gorgon City, Caroline Byrne 02:58
House Arrest Sofi Tukker, Gorgon City 03:36
Voodoo Gorgon City 03:33
Lost & Found Gorgon City, DRAMA 03:59
You've Done Enough Gorgon City, DRAMA 03:33
Dreams Gorgon City, Jem Cooke 03:27
Smile Gorgon City, Elderbrook 03:19
There For You Gorgon City, MK 03:06
Imagination Gorgon City, Katy Menditta 03:37
Go Slow Gorgon City, Kaskade, Romeo 03:38

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Successful house duo Gorgon City was formed in London, England in 2012 and comprises DJs Kye “Foamo” Gibbon and Matt “RackNRuin” Robson-Scott. After joining forces, Foamo and RackNRuin went into the studio and created the EP The Crypt, which featured Navigator, Rubi Dan, and Janai. Although The Crypt was not a commercial success, it showed enough promise for the up-and-coming singer Yasmin to collaborate with the two DJs, leading to their breakthrough single “Real” being released in 2013. “Real” peaked at Number 44 on the UK Singles Chart and went to Number 7 on the UK Indie Chart. In 2014, Gorgon City released the critically-acclaimed album Sirens, which featured vocals from artists such as UK singer Katy B and the Grammy Award-winning Jennifer Hudson. Sirens gave the duo their highest-charting single to date with “Ready for Your Love” when it went to Number 4 on the UK Mainstream Charts with the album reaching Number 10. 2018’s Escape produced the Top 40 UK dance hits “Real Life” and “All Four Walls." The next year, they had two singles, “Go Slow” and “There for You” on the US Dance Club chart. They returned to the UK Dance chart Top 40 and the U.S. Dance/Electronic Top 40 with the 2021 single “You’ve Done Enough," which featured Drama. The track was also included in Olympia, their third full-length, released in June 2021. Featuring guest spots by Hayden James, Nat Dunn, Hayley May, and Jem Cooke, Olympia peaked at Number 26 on the UK Official Albums Chart.