Long time dance music champion Matt Caseli is back with a renewed sense of purpose and a super fresh sound with new single, ‘No Sound, No Sex’ on Deep Tech Los Angeles Records (DTLA).
This marks his first release in over 9 months after having taken some time off in 2020 to focus on new sounds as the pandemic forced the closure of clubs around the world.
Legendary Pacha Ibiza resident Matt Caseli has been on top of the world for 25 years. Both a DJ and producer, he’s played at the most celebrated club nights in the world such as Ministry of Sound, Defected and F**k Me I’m Famous, dropping huge tracks on labels like Great Stuff, Toolroom, Simma Black, Freakin909, and more.
Launched only in 2019, Deep Tech Los Angeles Records has been steadily making a global impact with its quality house and techno roster including D.Ramirez, Charles D (USA), Chapter and Verse, Placebo eFx, Toriah, and label boss Redux Saints, receiving support from mainstays like David Guetta, Cirez D, Mark Knight, Anja Schneider, and dozens more. After leading the Beatport charts with a mighty thirteen tracks in the Top 100 and two New Hype #1s, the label finished 2020 on half a million streams and broke Beatport’s Top 100 Tech House Labels chart.
The bustling ‘No Sound, No Sex’ – supported by Doc Brown, Ecotek, Roger Sanchez, Shibasan and more – is a super charged house track with a fantastically large and rubbery bassline.
This fresh new tune marks a fantastic first release of the year for Matt Caseli and is another essential offering from the seemingly vital Deep Tech Los Angeles.