After becoming part of the management roster of Armada Music, Dutch duo 16 Bit Lolitas also joined the award-winning record company with their Bits & Pieces label. The label, a realm for progressive-house fans since 2007, is home to all 16 Bit releases, as well as many other gifted producers.16 Bit Lolitas claimed worldwide recognition with tracks like ‘Murder Weapon’, ‘Nobody Seems To Care’, ‘Sedna’ and remixes for the likes of Sander Kleinenberg and Armin van Buuren. Their productions are known for their patiently crafted, sophisticated sound, produced with emotion and care. The Bits & Pieces label represents tracks that create a spark upon the dance floor, delivering atmosphere as well as a killer pay-off. Next up on the label, is the new 16 Bit Lolitas E.P., ‘The Rise’ & ‘You Are An Astronaut’. Averaging 4 quality releases a year, the label lives up to the ‘quality over quantity’ rule.Armada Music, triple award winner for ‘Best Global Record Label’ at the International Dance Music Awards, gives a warm welcome to the talented producer/DJ duo. Maykel Piron, Managing Director of Armada Music:”We’ve been keeping track of these guys for quite a while and were pleasantly surprised when we heard their latest work. The Bits & Pieces label makes a great addition to our record company and we’re really looking forward to all the good stuff that is to come from it. We are very happy to welcome them on board.”
As a curator of dark, infectious grooves and wistful atmospheres, Enamour has developed a sound that delicately walks the line between deep introspection and pure club play. His sets are an intricate blend of deep, progressive, tech house and techno that values musicality over anything else. With just a few official releases under his belt on labels including Deadmau5’s ‘mau5trap’ imprint and Lane 8’s ‘This Never Happened’ imprint, Enamour has already caught the attention of promoters across North America, playing all along the east coast. Enamour was also selected by Lane 8 to support him in five cities of his Little By Little tour in early 2018 and was asked to remix “Skin & Bones” off of Lane 8’s sophomore album. He then had two tracks featured on Lane 8’s ‘Root to Branch Vol. 2’ compilation in May. To top it all off, another two of Enamour’s forthcoming tracks were featured in Lane 8’s Essential Mix on BBC Radio 1. In addition to those sought after IDs, Enamour has dozens of unreleased songs which are the highlight of each of his sets, including a forthcoming EP with Sascha Braemer’s label, whatiplay. With all of this new music on the horizon, it is clear that 2018 is looking to be a breakout year for the young DJ.