After first hearing Chicago house in 1986 and operating alongside Jay Denham and Fanon Flowers while he attended European Michigan University, Brett Dancer left the Midwest, trading nearby Chicago and Detroit for NY in past due 1993. Upon arriving to NY, he constructed upon the creation experience he previously obtained in Kalamazoo with Denham’s Dark Country label, ambitiously beginning his very own record label, Trackmode. Along with his own private label, Dancer started releasing deep home music, heavily inspired by the noises of both Chicago and Detroit. Furthermore, he also started releasing information on his label by a few of these two Midwestern metropolitan areas’ esteemed performers: Anthony Shakir, Larry Noticed, Alton Miller, Boo Williams, Rick Wade, and Theo Parrish, amongst others. Furthermore to offering an shop for quality home music, Dancer in addition has earned significant respect among the home community for his very own productions, a lot of which are highlighted on Trackmode along with a fantastic contribution to Mike Grant’s burgeoning Moods & Grooves label in Detroit.