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Deep House Music from Deepswing & Tony Nuccio

It's the weekend sugar lips!

I know you come around time and again because you can count on me to bring you the freshest, newest house music. Today I am hooking you up with a brand new deep house joint that I'm really digging right now. You know how sometimes there's a long boring intro and you have to fast forward to the minute mark just to get to the good stuff. Well not this time sugar. From the moment I pressed play I KNEW this was a fabulous track. I wanted to get up, dance and sing along . . .

It's called Glory from Deepswing featuring 6 remixes, 3 from Tony Nuccio.

Listen to the track on the player below and if you want to grab a freebie remix head over to Tony Nuccio's facebook page to get it. All you have to do is fan the page. So head on over and support the people that bring you joy.
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Written By: Eric Wikman & Tony Nuccio
Produced by: Eric Wikman & Tony Nuccio for Deepswing Productions & Love Strung Productions Vocals:Shemika

From the label:


For over 15 years, Deepswing's Eric Wikman wrote & produced several chart-topping international club hits, beginning with the disco classic, "In The Music," which was featured in the Dreamworks film, "The Tuxedo" starring Jackie Chan and two other classics by Sunkids feat. Chance, "Rise Up" (also featured in the major film, "Sum Of All Fears") and "Rescue Me."

Eric also remixed works by Kristine W, Jamiroquai and Michael Proctor among others. He operates his own label, Generate Music, writing & producing more than 60 original house releases to date.

His works are featured in club compilations with Defected, Hed Kandi, Ministry Of Sound and many others with 2 tracks selected for Frankie Knuckles' latest mix CD, Motivation Too. Eric's songwriting was touted by the late legendary Mel Cheren from West End Records as, "real songs in a day of disposable tracks."

His love for disco with uplifting vocals stays true to the origins of house, reflected in his two original mixes of "Glory."


Tony Nuccio has been collaborating with Deepswing since 2008.

At the age of 14, Tony went from playing classical piano to scratching hip-hop records. His love for underground music as a young DJ developed from digging through the crates of LA's long-gone record shops.

Since 2002, Tony has been working in the same circles of many influential people in the music industry through his involvement with the jazz & soul label, Hidden Beach, which was home to Jill Scott.

Recently, he was the DJ for the official Los Angeles celebration commemorating the first Harvey Milk Day held at Hollywood's Madame Tussauds in 2010. Tony Nuccio's first productions have already gained attention being supported and licensed by labels & DJs.

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