Sunday 23rd April 2017,

CherryByte Set to Take the Ibiza Dubstep Scene by Storm this Autumn

With the summer holidays drawing to an end, Young Academic is getting prepared for yet another busy academic year of stimulating student news.  In the meantime, we bring you news of a music collaboration between an internationally renowned businesswoman and multi-talented writer – meet CherryByte.

From the age of 15, Dr Sally Ernst was musically talented and interested in soul but turned her attention to her entrepreneurial ventures.  She saw great success, building an interesting business profile around the world but after recovering from a battle with Meningitis, she decided to re-evaluate her life.

For now, Sally is focusing on her music career.  Working with writer and producer, Jukey, together they make CherryByte.  The pair spent the majority of November last year in the music studio shooting a video to the highly successful debut single: No Lover.

‘Cherrybyte sets pulses racing on the dancefloor’ – Music News

The single saw great success, described as an anthem for the recently dumped.  The song filled dance floors nationwide and was even accompanied by a soap opera style video which racked up the hits on YouTube.

The second single from the energetic duo is called Let’s Play and was released in July of this year.  The song has already been remixed by top London DJs and Dubstep enthusiasts NJC and Harmonix and is set to be a favourite round the clubs in Ibiza this summer.

CherryByte has gained early support from the like of Miss Dance Music and TNT and this song is set to take the nation by storm.  Listen to the original mix as well as the extended and remixes on YouTube or follow the links below.

www.cherry-byte.com

http://facebook.com/CherryByte

No Lover: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SL985344zdI&feature=related

Let’s Play: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9H_0uNHFVRw

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Rachel Deer is a recent graduate of the University of Chester gaining a Bachelor of Arts degree in French and Sociology. She is now working with Young Academic and responsible for a range of editorial tasks including collating press releases, chasing images and organising interviews. Her interests include photography, music, fashion and current affairs. Keep up-to-date with Rachel’s work via the website and follow her tweets at @rachdotdeer or connect with her on Google+

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