Deeper Cut was a production duo formed in 1993 by Andy Allder and Lorin Cutts. Their debut track 'Feel It' gained popularity among Trade DJ's Tall Paul and Tony de Vit, leading to its licensing with Chemical Records. The success continued as the track received airplay on Pete Tong's Essential Selection. In 1994, they signed a publishing deal with London Music/Polygram, and their track 'Organgrinder' became a favorite at Trade and appeared on Tony de Vit's compilation album.
However, Deeper Cut faced challenges with their label in late '94 which hindered their progress. Despite working with Hooj Choons head Jerry Dickens on their anticipated follow-up track 'Love Surrounds You', they were unable to finalize the mix. Eventually, the duo decided to part ways.
Although short-lived, Deeper Cut made an impact in the early 90s dance music scene with their infectious tracks that resonated within the industry.