Emeric Dally & Steve Sanx
The last couple of years have been massive for Wolf Story, playing all over Florida, then touring in Europe in Amsterdam for ADE, III Points Festival in Miami and shaking the walls in a few clubs in Paris. On the production end their versatile beats are being played by the likes of Kevin Saunderson, Sharam, Nora En Pure, Steve Lawler, Chus & Ceballos, and Fedde Le Grand.
Traxsource, the voice of the underground, picked no less than 5 songs from Wolf Story for best of 2018. “Dem People Go” a remix of Dennis Ferrer infamous classic made it #2 Afro House on Beatport rated by DJ Mag 9/10: “That’s some pretty impervious, buy-on-sight pedigree right there. As suspected, “Dem People Go” just oozes production quality, from the ratting shakers to the hollow percussion, while the drama gently builds and the piano lilt. Laurent Garnier “Looves it” (with an extra “o”, no less). Chances are you will too. It’s massive.”
BBC Radio 1 featured “The Harp” played by Danny Howard on his acclaimed weekly show while “Time” released on Yoshitoshi got fireworks treatment at Tomorrowland.
“Moyubba” made it to the Defected Ibiza 2018 Compilation. Wolf Story is just getting started since the duo has current and upcoming projects with dance music maestros Kerri Chandler, Mr V, Demuir and singer & song writer Jinadu. In 2018 their set at Do Not Sit on The Furniture in Miami is still being talked about. Their deep house ballad “Align” with Italian producer Nihil Young reached a global audience on Spotify with +1M plays.
U.K. blog Data Transmission wrote: There are many stories about wolves and hunters. From Little Red Riding Hood to the Chronicles of Narnia, one thing you can be sure of is that a wolf will never be too far from the action. Applying the mysticism of our canine friends to their musical output, Miami based duo Steve Sanx and Rico from Paris formed Wolf Story
Guaranteed to get you howling at the moon – or at least wanting to – both producers earned their stripes as solo artists and label owners before deciding that they needed to join forces if they really wanted to have an impact.
So just who were they before they became Wolf Story? Well, Steve was the Peruvian mastermind behind Golden Tears and Beachside Records whilst uber Frenchman Rico ran the show at Oxygen and Bimini Records having started to DJ with Popof in the 90’s. So quite a pedigree then.
Aiming for world domination, we’re expecting to hear big things from the pairing this summer so remember, the next time there are a couple of wolves at the door, make sure you let them in...