About Sultan + Ned Sheppard
“Life works in mysterious ways. One minute you’re doing one thing, then one decision later the whole path of your life has been redrawn” – Sultan
Sultan + Ned Shepard love a challenge. After a banner year that included several monster releases including their single “Walls” which was featured on Tiesto’s new Club Life Miami compilation, and “Somebody to Love”- a collaboration with Thomas Sagstad and Steve Smith of Dirty Vegas that was released on their own imprint, Harem Records; they knew there was a bigger opportunity to bring their sound to the world.
Few producers have managed to maintain their studio output with such stamina and consistency as Sultan + Ned Shepard. On the studio front, they were tagged by Beatport as the “kings of the progressive scene” with countless chart-topping productions and remixes including their collaboration with Funkagenda on Past Dreaming, and Crimson Sun featuring Grammy winners Dirty Vegas. They also became one of 2011’s most in-demand remixers with their unique take on Kaskade’s Fire In Your New Shoes, Tiesto and Calvin Harris’ Century, and Morgan Page’s Fight For You, amongst others.
2013 shows no signs of Sultan + Ned Shepard slowing down. The duo have renewed their highly successful residency at XS Nightclub in Las Vegas making them part of an elite DJ few hand-picked for the honor. Not in Vegas? Not to worry Sultan + Ned Shepard have been on touring fire. In March 2013 they embark on the ambitious 11 city Road to Ultra Bus Tour with Fedde Le Grand which will crescendo when they perform on the main stage of the Ultra Music Festival in Miami along with Swedish House Mafia, Nervo, Sunnery & Ryan Marciano and others. Compound that with their hit remixes of Bruno Mars ‘Locked Out of Heaven” and Tegan & Sara’s ‘Closer’ there is no stopping these DJ/Producer powerhouses.
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