CamelPhat

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CamelPhat is a British DJ and production duo, consisting of Dave Whelan and Mike Di Scala, formed in Liverpool in 2004.[1] They are best known for the 2017 single "Cola", which peaked at number 3 in the UK Dance Chart, and at number 18 in the UK Singles Chart. The single was a collaboration with UK dance act Elderbrook and was released on Defected Records.

CamelPhat
Also known asWhelan & Di Scala, Wheels & Disco, Shake n' Jack, Mancini, Pawn Shop, Da Mode, High Society, The Bassline Hustlers
OriginLiverpool, United Kingdom
Genres
Instruments
  • Keyboard
  • guitar
  • synthesizer
Years active2004–present
Labels
Associated actsUltrabeat, Rezonance Q
MembersDave Whelan
Mike Di Scala

BiographyEdit

Dave Whelan and Mike Di Scala met each other in Liverpool record shop 3 Beat Records[2] and were both disc jockeys at nightclubs in the city. Di Scala had previously released music as a member of Rezonance Q[3] and Ultrabeat[4] and also as a solo artist. Dave Whelan hosted his own Jubilee club night since 2004[5] and the two were resident DJs at Society nightclub. They began producing music together as members of The Chosen Few, along with Les Calvert,[6] and the trio also managed the Adhesive record label as a sublabel of All Around the World. The Chosen Few released a cover of the Tears for Fears song "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" (Adhesive, 2004) and a remix of the original song appeared on Tears Roll Down (Greatest Hits 82–92).[7]

As a duo Whelan and Di Scala released several remixes as under various names such as The Bassline Hustlers, Men from Mars and Da Mode. Using the name Pawn Shop, they released a single "Shot Away" (All Around the World, 2006), based on a sample of "Gimme Shelter" by The Rolling Stones,[8] which peaked at number 100 on the UK Singles Chart. Following this, they released several singles as Whelan & Di Scala on various labels, including their own label Bachelor Pad Recordings. The two DJs also released music using other aliases such as Wheels & Disco, Mancini and Shake n' Jack.[9][10] From 2008 to 2014, Dave Whelan was also a radio presenter on Juice FM.[11][10]

In 2010, they released their first recordings as CamelPhat on their own label Vice Records.[12] As CamelPhat, the duo initially wore wrestling masks to conceal their identity because they "just wanted the people to judge the music and not us".[13] In 2011, Dave Whelan and Mike Di Scala became owners of a Liverpool nightclub Mansion.[14] The duo released numerous singles and EPs on various record labels and some CamelPhat songs appeared on the Ultratop charts in Belgium, such as "The Act" (Spinnin' Deep, 2014), "Paradigm" featuring A*M*E (Axtone, 2015), "Constellations" (Spinnin' Deep, 2015), "Make 'Em Dance" from Light Night EP (Suara, 2016) and "Hangin' Out with Charlie" from Hangin' with Charlie EP (Suara, 2017).[15]

The duo's collaboration with Elderbrook on "Cola" (Defected, 2017) was an international hit single which peaked at number one on the US Billboard Dance Club Songs chart[16][17] and was nominated for Best Dance Recording at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards.[18][19] They released further singles and EPs and had other hit singles with "Panic Room" (Loudmouth Music, 2018), a collaboration with Au/Ra and "Breathe" (Pryda Presents, 2018), a collaboration with Cristoph featuring Jem Cooke. In December 2018, CamelPhat signed to RCA Records.[20] In June 2019, they released "Be Someone", a collaboration with Jake Bugg, as the lead single from their upcoming debut album.

DiscographyEdit

Studio albumsEdit

Title Details
Dark Matter

Extended playsEdit

  • Global (2010) (as Whelan & Di Scala)
  • Made in Italy (2010) (as Whelan & Di Scala)
  • Kill the VIP (2010)
  • Vice Summer 2011 (2011) (as Shake n' Jack)
  • Outta Body (2012)
  • Watergate (2012)
  • One Hump or Two (2012)
  • Art of Work (2015)
  • Get Sick (2015)
  • Light Night (2016)[A]
  • Higher (2016)
  • Deets (2017)
  • Hangin' with Charlie (2017)[B]
  • Gypsy King (2017)
  • Monsters (2017)
  • House Dawgs (2017)
  • Bang 2 Drum (2017) (with Mat.Joe)
  • Revisited (2017)
  • Crystal Clear (2019) (with Riva Starr)[21]

SinglesEdit

Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
UK
[22]
UK Dance
[23]
AUS
[24]
BEL
[15]
FRA
[25]
GER
[26]
IRE
[27]
SCO
[28]
US
Dance

[29]
"Shot Away"[30]
(as Pawn Shop)
2006 100 26 83 Non-album singles
"Love Comes Quickly"[31]
(as Whelan & Di Scala)
"Teardrops"[32]
(as Whelan & Di Scala featuring Nikki Belle)
2007
"Sunset to Sunrise"[32]
(as Whelan & Di Scala featuring Nikki Belle)
"Never Let Go"[32]
(as Whelan & Di Scala)
2008
"Berlin"[32]
(as Whelan & Di Scala)
"Outta Time"[32]
(as Whelan & Di Scala featuring Abigail Bailey)
"Discoshit"[32]
(as Whelan & Di Scala)
"Sleepwalk"[32]
(as Whelan & Di Scala)
"Waterfall"[32]
(as Whelan & Di Scala with Oliver Lang)
"Close My Eyes"[32]
(as Whelan & Di Scala)
"Always on My Mind"[33]
(as Wheels & Disco)
"Nu Skool"[34]
(as Shake n' Jack)
"Good Times"[33]
(as Wheels & Disco featuring Mighty Marvin)
2009
"Curves n' Corners"[32]
(as Whelan & Di Scala)
"Virgil"[35]
(as Whelan & Di Scala vs. Oliver Lang)
"Persil"[32]
(as Whelan & Di Scala vs. Oliver Lang)
"Sun Shine Down"[33]
(as Wheels & Disco featuring Mighty Marvin)
"Cuba"[32]
(as Whelan & Di Scala)
"Breath Away"[32]
(as Whelan & Di Scala featuring Abigail Bailey)
"Lexar"[32]
(as Whelan & Di Scala)
2010
"Achilles"[32]
(as Whelan & Di Scala)
"Lose Control"[36]
(as Mancini)
"Can You Dig It"[9]
"Nimbus"[32]
(as Whelan & Di Scala)
"Girl on Girl"[9] 2011
"The Fox"[35]
(as Whelan & Di Scala)
2012
"Rubin"[32]
(as Whelan & Di Scala)
"Here I Come"[32]
(as Whelan & Di Scala with Sebastien Drums featuring Mitch Crown)
"Open Up Your Heart"[32]
(as Whelan & Di Scala featuring Eden)
2013
"Live for the Music"[37]
(featuring Erire)
"Thanks for the Memories"[32]
(as Whelan & Di Scala featuring Eden)
"Funky Express"[32]
(as Whelan & Di Scala with Sebastien Drums)
"Rest of Your Life"[35]
(as Whelan & Di Scala featuring Matthew Sleeper)
2014
"The Act"[9] 63[C]
"Sun Comes Up"[9]
(featuring Jaxxon)
"Paradigm"[38]
(featuring A*M*E)
2015 [D]
"Siren Song"[39]
(featuring Eden)
"Constellations"[40] [E]
"Paths"[41]
(with Redondo)
2016
"Trip"[42]
"It Is What It Is"[43]
"The Quad"[44]
"NYP2"[45] 2017
"Cola"
(with Elderbrook)
18 3 32 23[F] 40 76 12 15 21[G] Dark Matter
"Bugged Out"[37]
(with Audio Bullys)
2018 Non-album single
"Panic Room"
(with Au/Ra)
30 5 37[H] 40 19 27[I] Dark Matter
"Dopamine Machine"[50]
(with Ali Love)
[J] Non-album single
"The Solution"[51]
"Drop It"[52]
"Accelerator"[53]
(with Solardo)
"Breathe"
(with Cristoph featuring Jem Cooke)
36 10 47[K] 68 18 40[L] Dark Matter
"Kona" / "Liberation"[37]
(with Alan Fitzpatrick)
2019 Non-album single
"Be Someone"
(with Jake Bugg)
58 11 60[M] 71 26 25[N] Dark Matter
"Rabbit Hole"[54]
(featuring Jem Cooke)
81 13 58[O] 80
[55]
30 23[P]
"Freak"[56]
(featuring Cari Golden)
2020 Non-album single
"For A Feeling"[57]
(with Artbat featuring Rhodes)
Dark Matter
"Hypercolour"[58]
(with Yannis Philippakis of Foals)
77 73[Q] 39
"Witching Hour"[59]
(with Will Easton)
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

RemixesEdit

Title Year Artist(s)
"Love Commandments" ("Love Commandments" by The Bassline Hustlers)[1] 2004 Gisele Jackson
"Lola's Theme" (Lola Does High Society remix)[60] Shapeshifters
"Venus" ("Venus" by Men from Mars featuring Shocking Blue)[61] Shocking Blue
"Enjoy the Silence" ("All I Ever Wanted" by Da Mode)[62] Depeche Mode
"Take Me Out" ("Take Me Out" by Da Mode)[62] Franz Ferdinand
"Rocker" ("Altered Egos" by Da Mode)[62] Alter Ego
"Waiting for You" (Dave Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] 2006 Narcotic Thrust
"Exceeder" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Mason
"Running Up That Hill" ("Boosh" by Whelan & Di Scala)[32] Kate Bush
"Spaced" ("Spaced Out" by Whelan & Di Scala)[32] Lock & Burns
"I Feel Love" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] 2007 Public Domain featuring Lucia Holm
"Sugar (Sweet Thing)" (Dave Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] DYAD10
"Hit Girl" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[35] Sébastien Léger
"I Wish U Would" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Martijn ten Velden
"Café del Mar" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Energy 52
"Da Funk" ("Funk" by Wheels & Disco)[33] 2008 Daft Punk
"Vamp" ("The Vamp" by Whelan & Di Scala)[32] Outlander
"The Real Thing" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Tony Di Bart
"Need in Me" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Danny Dove & Steve Smart featuring Amanda Wilson
"Work It Out" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] DJ Disciple featuring Dawn Tallman
"Your Ways" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] E-Play
"Uninvited" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Freemasons featuring Bailey Tzuke
"Disco's Revenge 2008" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Gusto
"Cruising" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Nalin & Kane vs. Denis the Menace
"I Know You're Gone" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Max Graham featuring Jessica Jacobs
"No Stopping Us" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Kic Pimpz
"Rolex Sweep" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Skepta
"White Horse" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Sarah McLeod
"Never Enough" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Crystal Waters
"My Girl" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Jason Herd vs Flashlight featuring Jason Heerah
"Times Like These" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] 2009 Albin Myers
"All for a Dance" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Moonbeam
"Ride on Time" ("Black Sensation" by Whelan & Di Scala)[32] Black Box
"Every Other Way" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] BT
"Keep on Jumpin'" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] 2010 Stefy De Cicco featuring Tom Stone
"In and Out of Love" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Armin van Buuren featuring Sharon den Adel
"Old Skool Generation" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[35] Tommy Vee & Mauro Ferrucci
"We No Speak Americano" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Yolanda Be Cool and DCUP
"Faceless" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[35] Kevin Andrews & Felix Baumgartner
"Louder (Put Your Hands Up)" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[63] Chris Willis
"Special One" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[64] Ginger Woz Red & Sasha Solette
"Kuraitani" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Dean Newton
"Porto Alegre" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Lishious & Antonio Carnicero
"I'm Alive" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Don Fardon
"My Feelings for You" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[35] Avicii and Sebastien Drums
"Street Dancer" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[35] 2011 Avicii
"Shine" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Alisa
"In the Cloud" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[35] CeCe Rogers featuring Serena
"Sharing" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[35] Tommy Vee & Mauro Ferrucci presents Luca Guerrieri
"Give It to Me" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Those Usual Suspects featuring Jay Sebag
"Fly Again" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] 2012 Sebastien Drums featuring Mitch Crown
"Cosmopolitan" (CamelPhat remix)[9] Marc Poppcke
"We Could Be One" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Dirty Laundry
"Amnesia" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Ian Carey & Rosette featuring Timbaland & Brasco
"Make You Feel" (Oliver Lang & Whelan & Di Scala remix)[35] Dada & Mat Frost
"My Religion" (Oliver Lang & Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Sonikross featuring Sara K
"Fox & Koi" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Global Experience
"Abash" (Sebastien Drums & Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Rob Adans
"Let's Go All In" (Whelan & Di Scala remix)[32] Bobby Vena & Andy Murphy featuring Livingstone
"Restless" (CamelPhat remix)[9] 2013 D. Ramirez and Cevin Fisher
"Strutt" (CamelPhat remix)[37] 2014 Kydus
"In Stereo" (CamelPhat remix)[9] Flip Flop featuring Faith Trent
"Parachute" (CamelPhat remix)[65] Otto Knows
"Special" (CamelPhat remix)[9] Billon featuring Maxine Ashley
"Dancing in the Dark" (CamelPhat remix)[9] 2015 4Tune500
"Wurd" (CamelPhat remix)[66] Robosonic featuring Stag
"Younger" (CamelPhat remix)[67] Seinabo Sey
"Stronger" (CamelPhat dark dub remix)[9] Clean Bandit
"Better Love" (CamelPhat remix)[68] Foxes
"Creeper" (CamelPhat remix)[69] 2016 Alex Metric
"Dancing Makes Us Brave" (CamelPhat remix)[70] Nimmo
"Moments" (CamelPhat remix)[37] Kidnap featuring Leo Stannard
"Give Up the Ghost" (CamelPhat remix)[37] Ariana and the Rose
"Wolliner" (CamelPhat remix)[9] Erik Hagleton
"Strings" (CamelPhat remix)[37] Illyus & Barrientos
"Warehouse" (CamelPhat remix)[37] Fat Sushi
"My Love 4 U" (CamelPhat remix)[71] MK featuring A*M*E
"Hell in Paradise 2016" (CamelPhat remix)[37] ONO
"Reach for Me" (CamelPhat remix)[37] 2017 Mark Jenkyns featuring Mizbee
"Hulk" (CamelPhat remix)[9] DJ Wady and Patrick M
"Please Don't Play" (CamelPhat remix)[9] James Curd and Diz
"Say Nothing" (CamelPhat remix)[72] MUTO featuring Emerson Leif
"Right Here, Right Now" (CamelPhat remix)[73] 2018 Fatboy Slim
"These Days" (CamelPhat remix)[9] Rudimental featuring Jess Glynne, Macklemore and Dan Caplen
"Boys in da Hood" (CamelPhat remix)[9] Wade
"Hang Up Your Hang Ups (The Only One)" (CamelPhat remix)[74] Paul Woolford featuring Kim English
"Crawl" (CamelPhat remix)[9] Lee Foss featuring SPNCR and Mal Rainey
"Piece of Me" (CamelPhat remix)[75] MK and Becky Hill
"Coup de Grace" (CamelPhat remix)[37] 2019 Miles Kane
"I'm Not Alone 2019" (CamelPhat remix)[76] Calvin Harris
"Days Go By" (CamelPhat remix)[77] Dirty Vegas

Production and songwriting creditsEdit

Title Year Artist(s) Credit(s)
"My Love 4 U"[78] 2016 MK featuring A*M*E Keyboards, production, programming, songwriting
"17" 2017 MK Keyboards, production, programming, songwriting
"The Power"[79] 2019 Duke Dumont featuring Zak Abel Production, songwriting
"Space" 2020 Becky Hill Production, songwriting

Music videosEdit

Title Year Director(s)
"Shot Away"
(as Pawn Shop)
2006 Mike Cockayne[80]
"Breath Away"[81]
(as Whelan & Di Scala featuring Abigail Bailey)
2009
"The Act" 2014 Nima Nabili Rad, Luke Eblen[82]
"Paradigm"
(featuring A*M*E)
2015 Tom Griffin[83]
"Constellations”[84]
"Paths"[85]
(with Redondo)
2016
"Cola"
(with Elderbrook)
2017 Millicent Hailes[86]
"Panic Room"
(with Au/Ra)
2018 Granz Herman[87]
"Breathe"
(with Christoph featuring Jem Cooke)
2019 GMUNK[88]
"Be Someone"
(with Jake Bugg)
The Sacred Egg[89]
"Rabbit Hole"
(featuring Jem Cooke)
2020 Taz Tron Delix [90]

Awards and nominationsEdit

AIM AwardsEdit

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2018 CamelPhat Most Played New Independent Act[91] Nominated

DJ AwardsEdit

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2016 CamelPhat Breakthrough[92] Nominated
2017 "Cola" (with Elderbrook) Track of the Season[93] Won
2018 CamelPhat House Artist[94] Won
2019 CamelPhat Tech House[95] Nominated

DJ Mag Best of British AwardsEdit

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2018 CamelPhat Best Group[96] Won

Grammy AwardsEdit

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2018 "Cola" (with Elderbrook) Best Dance Recording[97] Nominated

International Dance Music AwardsEdit

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2018 "Cola" (with Elderbrook) Best Song[98] Nominated
2019 "Panic Room" (with Au/Ra) Best Electronic Song[99] Nominated

Ivor Novello AwardsEdit

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2018 "Cola" (with Elderbrook) Best Contemporary Song[100] Nominated

UK Music Video AwardsEdit

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2019 "Be Someone" (with Jake Bugg) Best Dance Video - UK[101] Nominated
2019 "Be Someone" (with Jake Bugg) Best Editing in a Video[101] Nominated

WDM Radio AwardsEdit

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2018 "Cola" (with Elderbrook) Best Dancefloor Track[102] Nominated

NotesEdit

  1. ^ "Make 'Em Dance" from Light Night EP did not enter Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 12 on the Ultratop Dance Bubbling Under chart.[15]
  2. ^ "Hangin' Out with Charlie" from Hangin' with Charlie EP did not enter Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 6 on the Ultratop Dance Bubbling Under chart.[15]
  3. ^ "The Act" did not enter Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 13 on the Ultratip Bubbling Under chart and number 32 on the Ultratop Dance Chart.[15]
  4. ^ "Paradigm" did not enter Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 14 on the Ultratop Dance Bubbling Under chart.[15]
  5. ^ "Constellations" did not enter Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 3 on the Ultratop Dance Bubbling Under chart.[15]
  6. ^ "Cola" also peaked at number 32 on the Ultratop 50 Singles chart in Wallonia.[15]
  7. ^ "Cola" also peaked at number 1 on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart and number 7 on the Dance Mix/Show Airplay chart.[29]
  8. ^ "Panic Room" also peaked at number 20 on the Ultratip Bubbling Under chart in Wallonia.[15]
  9. ^ "Panic Room" also peaked at number 49 on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart and number 3 on the Dance Mix/Show Airplay chart.[29]
  10. ^ "Dopamine Machine" did not enter Ultratop 50, but did register on Ultratip Bubbling Under chart.[15]
  11. ^ "Breathe" also peaked at number 7 on the Ultratip Bubbling Under chart in Wallonia.[15]
  12. ^ "Breathe" also peaked at number 21 on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart and number 3 on the Dance Mix/Show Airplay chart.[29]
  13. ^ "Be Someone" did not enter Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 10 on the Ultratip Bubbling Under chart and number 4 on the Ultratop Dance chart.[15]
  14. ^ "Be Someone" also peaked at number 2 on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart.[29]
  15. ^ "Rabbit Hole" did not enter Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 8 on the Ultratip Bubbling Under chart.[15]
  16. ^ "Rabbit Hole" also peaked at number 1 on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart.[29]
  17. ^ "Hypercolour" did not enter Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 23 on the Ultratip Bubbling Under chart.[15]

ReferencesEdit

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  28. ^ Peak chart positions in Scotland:
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  45. ^ "NYP2 - Single by CamelPhat". iTunes Store (UK). Retrieved 17 December 2018.
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  51. ^ "Solution - Single by CamelPhat". iTunes Store (UK). Retrieved 17 December 2018.
  52. ^ "Drop It (Mason Maynard Remix) - Single by CamelPhat". iTunes Store (UK). Retrieved 17 December 2018.
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