Mercury’s talent was first discovered by the world-acclaimed Dutch illustrator and Le Le member Parra, who invited the Swiss producing duo to create a remix of his band’s second single »Breakfast«. The result was heavily supported by the likes of DJ Mehdi (RIP), Munk, A-Trak, Busy P and many others, ultimately becoming a true dance floor hit during 2009.
In 2010, Mercury’s references to classic Chicago and Garage House became again clearly manifested with remixes for Tom Trago and Homework, the latter of which went high in the beatport House charts bringing attention to Mercury within the broader House scene.
With their remixes for others Mercury constantly proved a refreshingly frank approach to House music - a potential which caught the attention of the legendary Munich based label Gomma Records, so much so that they signed Mercury on a long term contract releasing their debut EP »God d'Azur« in December 2010.
With two EPs scheduled on Gomma, the second of which will be featuring acclaimed house vocalists, 2011 is shaping up to be a turning point in Mercury’s career.