Contemporary house talent, Dennis de Laat has joined the ranks on long established and scene-leading label, Glasgow Underground with new single, Someday. It’s a beautifully optimistic piece of melodic house music that has seen support from the likes of Paco Osuna, Earth N Days and Robert Owens, and coins the pure class of coming out of de Laat’s studio.
While the Dutchman’s career highlights include his huge version of Sound of Violence (the standout tune playing in the club scene in the Hollywood movie, The Social Network about the birth of Facebook) and as part of the commercially successful Beatfreakz (they had a UK #3 hit with their rework of Rockwell’s Somebody’s Watching Me); the focus here is the stylish and tripped-out melodies that send you into another realm, much like his other releases on influential labels like Spinnin Records, Confidence and Liquid Recordings.
The fact Glasgow Underground have snapped up this latest release speaks volumes about its quality. From deep to vocal, jacking to tech, label founder Kevin McKay has carefully A&R’d Glasgow Undergound into one of the scene’s most iconic. It remains as relevant as ever with countless Beatport and Traxsource #1s, regular spots on the BBC Radio 1 shows of Annie Mac, Pete Tong and Danny Howard, and numerous releases with over 1million streams.
Someday by Dennis de Laat is out now.