It's true that hard work and dedication are the key to success, which young North-Eastern star Denney realised when he was crowned Mixmags youngest ever “Future Hero”. His first smash hit 'Ultraviolet' was signed by the infamous Hot Creations camp, leading to huge international success. The track held a strong position at Number 1 in the best selling vinyl chart on Juno and gained him support from heavyweights Sasha, Damian Lazarus, Seth Troxler, Laurent Garnier, Pete Tong and many more.
Prior to this Denney had spent years playing at club nights around the North of England and holding a residency for the legendary Back to Basics in Leeds as well as Sugarshack in Middlesbrough. With hours spent educating himself on music, networking and spending countless hours in the studio he soon began to reap the rewards of his hard work with releases on highly acclaimed labels such as Crosstown Rebels, VIVa Music, Saved, Pokerfat, 2020 Vision and of course Hot Creations - the home for his out and out break out record ‘Low Frequency’ in 2015. Within the same year he mixed the VIVa Warriors Summer Compilation as well as achieving a lifelong dream of being asked to do a BBC Radio One Essential Mix.
Denney's undeniable talents as a DJ have lead him to play all over the world including Europe, Australia and regular appearances in North and South America, highlights at the notorious DC10 and Amnesia in Ibiza as well as securing a residency at the infamous Heart in Miami where long sets were encouraged; something Denney loves to do. His style is unmistakable with a unique blend of house and techno which incorporates energy and melody with a distinct ability to create a very special atmosphere. Playing alongside some of the world’s biggest names, Denney has shown a modest, unfaltering style - whether playing a warm up or main room set he always delivers.
2018 was another exciting year with a debut Brazilian & Argentina tour, releases on Saved Records & debut EP's on Hot Since 82’s Knee Deep in Sound and Matthias Tanzmann's Moon Harbour. With the announcement that Denney had joined the ranks of Global Underground's prestigious “Nubreed Series” mixing the double CD compilation “Nubreed 12” which was released in October and found itself in the Ofcial UK and US Dance Charts. At the end of the year Denney returned to release on Pete Tong's FFRR with his single “Empire” which was a homage to the club he started out in; The Empire in Middlesbrough. The track gained massive support from Radio 1 DJs across the board and sat in the top 3 of the Radio One Dance Chart for 3 weeks as well as club support from the likes of Damian Lazarus to Joseph Capriati to Danny Tenaglia.
Denney launched 2019 by remixing the iconic “Healer” by Bushwacka! On Ultra as part of a new remix package alongside Carl Cox, Sasha and MANDY, followed by releases on Saved, We Are The Brave, as well as returning to Hot Creations to release his “West Coast Revival EP”, a nod to the West Coast sound he used to play in the early 00's. The release sat in the Beatport House Top 10 for 6 weeks over summer and at the same time Denney made his debut on the notorious DC10 terrace for Paradise. He also joined forces once again with D.Ramirez to release the massive “Raven EP” on Crosstown Rebels which charted in the Melodic House and Techno Top 10 on Beatport and was once of the stand out tracks from Day Zero in Mexico. Denney's work in the studio never ends and has upcoming releases planned on Saved, Knee Deep In Sound, We Are The Brave, Maya Records and Stereo Productions, as well as collaborations with Hipp-e (of H-Foundation fame) and Camelphat. Having played around the globe, launching his own “Totem” party in his hometown of Middlesbrough and plans of a label, there is no sign of stopping this Northern favourite.
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