Following on from a slew of releases on the likes of Steve Lawler’s VIVa MUSiC and Solardo’s Sola last year, rising producer George Smeddles paves the way for an even bigger 2019. Fresh out the studio, George kicks off with new single Start The Party releasing on his and Max Chapman’s co-owned Resonance label.

Start The Party is an undeniable floor filler, featuring George’s distinct style that boasts captivating hooks and weighty drum lines with a touch of early house nostalgia that is transformed with modern twists. Combine this eclectic production with heavy support from his peers and Start The Party is set to astound listeners globally.

Not even at the peak of his journey and George Smeddles is rapidly becoming a revered name on the scene. Influenced from the early eras of Motown, soul, classic house and garage, George has developed a signature sound that draws on each, placing emphasis on undeniable groove-laden beats. Not only a producer, George Smeddles also runs Resonance Records alongside Max Chapman, allowing himself to grow as an artist through the label whilst championing others. With his production talent, George has also released on some of the biggest underground imprints including Relief, Do Not Sleep, VIVa, NoExcuse whilst his impressive sets and stage presence has seen him play at renowned venues fabriclondon, Sankeys Ibiza, Ministry of Sound, Egg London and many more. Devoted to the ever growing house and techno scene, more respectable releases and shows are just around the corner for George Smeddles marking his most exciting year yet.


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