“Inpetto create amazing productions with a fantastic balance of beautiful melodies and power for the dancefloor.” – Axwell
When one of dance music’s leading exponents sings your praise people should take note. In a relatively short period of time siblings Marco and Dirk Duderstadt have built a name for themselves that’s propel them to the forefront of the European house movement. Yet unlike many that have sold out to commercialism or believed their own hype, the boys from Dorsten, Germany, have never strayed far from their original blueprint, and it’s that level consistency that has made them a clear favourite amongst their peers, and elevated them to critical acclaim as producers, remixers and DJs.
“They did a great job on the ‘Everytime We Touch’ remix of my single (with Steve Angelo & Sebastian Ingrosso)… they’re fantastic producers.” – David Guetta
No strangers to commercial success they also make up two-thirds of the dance act Fragma, who alongside Hardfloor alumni Ramon Zenker, topped just about every club chart in 1999 with their debut release, ’Toca’s Miracle’. A year later they reached the apex of the coveted UK singles chart with the re-issue, while their album, ‘Toca’, proved they were no one-hit wonders yielding further hits including the top five singles ‘Everytime You Need Me’ and ‘You Are Alive’. While always keen to keep one-foot in the underground, the brothers also record under the Duderstadt moniker that invariably finds the EDM community salivate over their acclaimed trance and cutting edge electronica productions; Paul Van Dyk, Armin Van Buuren and Ferry Corsten just three of the heavyweight names regularly supporting their music.
“Inpetto and Duderstadt are among the most consistent producers in the progressive and trance genres.” – Above & Beyond
But it’s as Inpetto, the nom de plume of their more progressive orientated house material, that the duo is now fully focusing their attention. It was originally back in 1999, having hit on the Inpetto name (it’s an Italian translation of the Latin in pectoral: ‘in the secret of the heart’) that they recorded their debut, ‘Brahmaputra’, that was subsequently released by No Respect. Although it would take a further eight-years (spent promoting Fragma) before the boys finally returned to issue their sophomore single, ‘Mocking Cliffchat’, on their own Boorsheece Records imprint.