British DJ and producer Denney has made a lasting impression on the dominion of underground house music, releasing his music with some of the biggest labels in his respective sub genre.
Everyone from Crosstown Rebels and Saved Records, to Circus Recordings and Knee Deep In Sound have had the pleasure of hosting his music, and this month he added another worthy contender to the list.
Collaborating with James Dexter for their brand new ‘Katsu’ EP, Denney makes his inaugural appearance with the Steve Bug owned Poker Flat Recordings sub label, Sublease Music.
He marks the release by joining us for the latest edition of our Five Tracks series, where he highlights tracks from Sasha, Photek, Nick Curly, Cristina Lazic and more. Get the full list, including words from Denney below.
Cristina Lazic – Jazzy Feeling
This whole EP on Rebellion is just absolutely amazing, I really love the bassline, it’s simple but so effective. Cristina is definitely a producer I’m looking forward to hearing more releases from in the future, especially if they’re all up with this in terms of quality.
Steve Bug & Cle – Let It Go
Label: Nu Groove Records
Every release on Nu Groove since it’s resurgence has been pure class, and this new one from Steve Bug and longterm collaborator Cle is no exception. It’s one of those records that will stand the test of time. It sounds like it could have been made 20 years ago, and will no doubt still sound as good 20 years from now.
Denney & James Dexter – For You
Label: Sublease Music
The second track from our new EP, this is the perfect middle ground of our individual styles. It’s deep, hypnotic and melodic but still has a low slung groove. Great for early or late night floors. Or pretty much wherever you’d care to listen to it I reckon!
Nick Curly – Kalu
8Bit are one of my favourite labels and this recent B side from Nick Curly has a proper summer vibe to it. It’s one of those records you can play day or night and it will sound completely different – and equally suited – to both those settings.
Sasha & Photek – Aviator
Label: Last Night On Earth
I heard Sasha play this in Miami in March, it’s his collaboration with Photek, and it kicks! Photek originally put a version of this out around 15 years ago and now Sasha has rejigged it as part of his Last Night On Earth Ten release.