The first wave of acts slated to perform at DJ Mag’s Best of British Awards party have been announced. Limited £6 tickets are on sale now!
Glaswegian party-starter Denis Sulta, nominated in the Best DJ category, will bring his usual high-velocity, playful selections and style to the party, which takes place on Wednesday 11th December at London’s Steel Yard.
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.
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.
BBC Radio 1 has announced the next artists holding six-month residencies.
With last year's residents including The Black Madonna, Eats Everything and Kölsch, BBC Radio 1 announced that Charlotte de Witte, Marcel Dettmann and Paul Woolford would be joining the coveted residency slot for 2019.
Claire has confirmed Denis Sulta, Detroit Swindle, Nu Guinea and more for Amsterdam Dance Event 2019.
The club, located on Rembrandtplein in the Dutch capital, will also welcome French house stalwart Phil Weeks and disco don Folamour, UK tech merchant Archie Hamilton, Paula Tape, Prunk, Rossko and J. Rocc, among others, over four-days during the mammoth event.
Circoloco Ibiza have announced a massive line-up for its 2019 season.
With some acts yet to be revealed, The Martinez Brothers, The Black Madonna, Denis Sulta, Peggy Gou, Octo Octa and Saoirse are among the many names locked for the DC10 party. This year's programme will run from Monday, 20th May until 7th October.
Also appearing on the line-up are names including Roi Perez, JASSS, Avalon Emerson, Bradley Zero, Call Super and DJ Mag Best of British 2018 winner, Willow.
Check out the line-up below.
Melt Festival has finalised its 2019 line-up, with Octo Octa (whose bomb, 'I Need You', made our Valentine's playlist last week), Honey Dijon, Denis Sulta and more added to the acclaimed German throwdown, which takes place at the industrial wonderland of Ferropolis, Leipzig, on 19th July.
With Radio 1’s Annie Mac helping steer its course, it's little surprise Malta-based festival Lost & Found has once again stacked up some of the biggest names in dance.
Denis Sulta, Peggy Gou and Skream are just some of the headliners crammed into its fifth installment in 2019, which takes place from 2nd-5th May. They join the likes of Horse Meat Disco, Black Madonna, Chase & Status and Honey Dijon soaking up the sun over the Bank Holiday weekend.
Denis Sulta has launched a new imprint of his Sulta Selects label in the form of Silver Service. First up on the new branch is Berlin-based former Belfast club stalwart Cromby, who delivers three peak time club huts that cast a devoted eye to classic house and electro sounds forms.
Denis Sulta invited Larry Heard (live), Jayda G, HAAi, Jocelyn Brown and Jamie 3:26 to spin his huge Thames boat party last Saturday (30th June). You can check out 12 massive tracks from the event below.
The nautical shindig was part of the Red Bull Music Odyssey, which saw 50 artists perform across six boats captained by Sulta, as well as AJ Tracey, Kamaal Williams & Moses Boyd, MoStack, Goldie and Kranium.
‘Let No Man Put Asunder’
Inner Life feat. Jocelyn Brown
‘Ain't No Mountain High Enough’
Brame & Hamo
‘Do You Feel Me (Club Mix)’
Average White Band
‘Let’s Go Round Again’
‘Standing in the Rain’
‘Stomps and Shouts (Jamie 3:26 Edit)’
‘On My Way’
‘Love Love Love’
‘Can You Feel It’