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(1995 – present)

Enur is the duo behind the infectious anthem ‘Calabria’ that has dominated radio and sales charts and dance floors worldwide for the last 10 months, selling 700,000 copies in the US alone and garnering over 10,000,000 views on YouTube. Comprised of brothers Rune Reilly Kolsch and Johannes Torpe, the pair have built a devoted worldwide following over the last few years, with series of releases spanning multiple genres and pseudonyms. However, it is under the moniker Enur that the brothers will be releasing their first full-length album, Raggatronic, on Ultra Records, September 9th – and showcasing their musicality to the masses.

The story of Enur begins in Copenhagen with Rune, one half of the duo and established DJ/producer extraordinaire, who after years producing hip hop beats for, as he sardonically puts it, “blunt smoking, lazy rappers that never showed up on time for sessions,” decided to channel his expertise into electronic music. The decision immediately proved to be a wise one. In 2000 he teamed up with his brother Johannes and they formed the group Artificial Funk. Their first commercial single ‘Together’, which was released on Skint/Sony Music UK, sold 250,000 copies, and hit # 1 on the UK dance charts. DJ Mag hailed it one the Top 10 tracks of 2003.

2003 would also be the year that Enur began to take root when Rune and Johannes released the first iteration of ‘Calabria’ as a fully instrumental piece. The song, with its trademark saxophone riff and hooky, thumping beat, quickly brought them newfound popularity and a deal with Credence/ Parlophone Records. ‘Calabria’ became a hit in Ibiza, garnering spins from top DJ’s and being awarded as one of the top 50 tracks of the year by DJ Mag.

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