Leon Vynehall has shared a new single, 'I, Cavallo', his latest release on Ninja Tune.
'I, Cavallo' is a dark, moody cut with a killer low end that follows his sterling DJ-Kicks mix earlier this year. Vynehall smoothly carried the mix from 79 to 169bpm, showcasing the breadth of his selections as a DJ.
His new project will be released with it's 'ClubFront' b-side as a 12" single, out on Friday 22nd November.
On his latest release, Vynehall says:
Denis Sulta has shared two singles from his forthcoming EP, 'Aye Spoake Te Sumwuhn & They Listenhd'.
Incoming via Ninja Tune on the 8th November, the 44-minute EP is Sulta's emotive ode to "the memories of the people and places that have shaped a deeply personal and at times difficult journey to where he is now." After releasing the first single, 'Matthew Keeps Me Pirrie', last month, the Glaswegian producer has shared two brand new tracks.
"This is a modern tribute to the Sequential Prophet-5, which was really popular in the ’80s," TSHA says. "I really like using it for brass as there’s a 'Slop' control that reduces the tuning stability and gives things a wonky feel. I really enjoy being able to mess around on it without having to rely on a computer. The presets aren’t great but thankfully it’s pretty easy to make it sound good.
Denis Sulta will release his first extended EP via Ninja Tune in November.
Winner of DJ Mag Awards' Breakthrough Producer in 2016, the Glaswegian DJ, producer and label boss has released his productions via his own Sulta Selects and Silver Service sub-label, as well as Dixon Avenue Basement Jams and Numbers. His debut extended EP, 'Aye Spoake Te Sumwuhn & They Listenhd', will be released on 8th November.
Ninja Tune's long-awaited Zen Delay hardware unit is finally available to order. Leaked way back in 2018, the unit never made it to market until now, and features a whole bunch of silky features including a valve signal path, low-pass, high-pass and band-pass filter, MIDI CC and CV control and a Drive knob. There are four modes of delay – BBD for classic 80s-chip delay, ping-pong for left-and-right channel delay effects, tape delay and standard stereo delay – and can be sync'd to external BPM via MIDI DIN, but there's also a tap tempo button.