Denney & D.Ramirez
- Denney & D.Ramirez - Stranger Things
Crosstown Rebels | 03.11.2017
Releasing on Crosstown Rebels Denney and D.Ramirez, invite the listener into an electronic dream. Aptly titled ‘Stranger Things’, the old friends deliver two original tracks with dubspeeka supplying the remix. Debuted by label founder Damian Lazarus at Day Zero, immerse yourself in an otherworldly fantasy.
“When we are in the studio together we seem to make music which is heavily influenced by the kind of old Tenaglia / Deep Dish / Mathew Jonson records that were around when we first met (nearly fifteen years ago). Both of the records on the release are something we are incredibly proud of and hope they will stand the test of time in years to come. After seeing the crowd reaction from when Damian Lazarus dropped Stranger Things in the middle of the jungle in Mexico at Day Zero earlier this year we have been so excited about this release!” Denney and D.Ramirez
Stranger Things opens the EP, immediately setting the scene for what is to come. The duo have created an enticing world, thrusting them into the forefront of electronic music. Heavy in synths and cosmic sounds, Bristol based producer, dubspeeka demonstrates complete understanding of the original, whilst catapulting the track into a different sphere. The ethereal female vocal takes centre stage in Afraid, concluding the EP and marking the end of a captivating journey.
Hailing from the North of England, Denney kickstarted his career with a residency at the historic Back to Basics night. Now a global figure in the dance scene, he regularly plays at the biggest venues, with releases on Jackathon Jams, 2020 Vision, VIVa, Hot Creations among others. With a career spanning over twenty years, D.Ramirez is a the top of his game. The Northern DJ and producer has been nominated for an Ivor Novello, played in every continent, and five of his releases making the Top 20.
- Denney & D Ramirez - Stranger Things
- Denney & D Ramirez - Stranger Things (dubspeeka Remix)
- Denney & D Ramirez - Afraid