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Third Party (stylised Third ≡ Party) is a British progressive house DJ duo consisting of Jonnie Macaire and Harry Bass, based in Essex, London.[5][6][7][8] They are best known for their single "Everyday Of My Life" and the collaboration "Lions in the Wild" with Dutch DJ Martin Garrix.[9][10] They began their musical career as producers by releasing singles and remixes.[11]

Third Party
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Background information
OriginLondon, UK
Genres
Occupation(s)
  • DJs
  • producers
  • musicians
  • songwriters
Instruments
Years active2011–present
Labels
MembersJonnie Macaire
Harry Bass

Contents

CareerEdit

The duo met at school and via their mutual interest in music production, they formed Third Party. They pursued further musical education at a music technical college for a year, funding themselves with part-time jobs. They later performed as DJs at local clubs in London while continuing studio production.[12]

In 2012, Third Party released three singles – "Lights" with Steve Angello,[13][14][15] "Feel" with Cicada[16][17] and "Thank You".[18] In 2014, they released "Everyday of My Life" as a single.[19][20][21] They founded Release Records, their own record label in 2015, in partnership with Armada Music.[22][6] Third Party's single "Alive" served as the label's first release. On 27 May 2016, they released "Lions in the Wild" with Martin Garrix.[23][24][25][26] Their debut studio album "Hope", featuring eleven songs was released on 24 February 2017. They began working on the album from late 2015. They are resident DJs at Ministry of Sound club.[6]

DiscographyEdit

AlbumsEdit

Title Details
Hope[27]
Together[28]
  • Released: 15 March 2019
  • Label: Release Records
  • Format: Digital download

SinglesEdit

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
FRA
[29]
"Release"[30] 2010 Non-album single
"Lights"[31]
(with Steve Angello)
2012 Until Now
"Everyday of My Life"[32][A] 2014 Non-album singles
"Collide"[33]
(featuring Daniel Gitlund)
"Alive"[34] 2015
"Arrival"[35] Hope
"Nation (Rise Again)"[36]
(featuring Daniel Gitlund)
Nation - EP
"Waiting"[37] Hope
"Real Sound"[38]
(with Sentinel)
2016 Non-album single
"Lions in the Wild"
(with Martin Garrix)
125 Hope
"Never Let You Go"[39]
(with Sem Vox)
Non-album single
"Live Forever"[40] Hope
"Start It"[41]
(with Sentinel)
Non-album single
"Veins"[42] 2017 Hope
"Have No Fear"[43]
"Like This"[44]
(with Pete K and Cory Lasser)
Non-album single
"Free"[45] 2018 Together
"Midnight"[46]
"Come With Me"[47]
"Remember"[48]
"Falling"[49]
(featuring First State and Anita Kelsey)
2019
"—" denotes an album that did not chart or was not released.

RemixesEdit

2011

  • Emeli Sande featuring Naughty Boy – "Daddy" (Third Party Remix)[50]
  • TiestoWhat Can We Do (A Deeper Love) (Third Party Remix)[51]

2012

2013

2014

  • Sigma – "Nobody To Love" (Third Party Remix)[58]

2015

2016

2017

  • Third Party – "Everyday of My Life" (VIP Mix)[61]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ The VIP remix of this song is featured on the album Hope.

ReferencesEdit

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