Berlin based and hailing from the home of Scotland's electronic talent capital, Denis Sulta is the unstoppable force tearing through the world of boat parties, clubs, festivals and pretty much everywhere else that's lucky enough to play host to the Glaswegian DJ and producer.
Sulta's It's Only Real EP on Numbers, a label affiliated with a ridiculous amount of talent and headed up by Jackmaster, saw it's release in 2015 and Sulta soon became hot property on the clubbing circuit. With a Boiler Room appearance and a seemingly never ending supply of phenomenal music – be it snippets of tracks that dancers were desperate to uncover or full releases on Dixon Avenue Basement Jams, as well as his own Sulta Selects imprint – Denis Sulta has remained a firm favourite.
Sulta's latest contribution to dancefloors across the globe is Sulta Selects Vol. 3. Combining his unique house and disco style and Sampling Thelma Houston's 'Don't know why I love you', the A side provides D.K.Y (But I Do) – a track that sent the internet into a frenzy when clips started to appear online not just in the young producers sets, but also being played out by the likes of Annie Mac, Jasper James and Skream over the last year or so.
The B side delivers L.M.S.Y.A (love is subjective mix) and L.Y.A.R.S (forever mix) – both providing a fusion of heavy synths and everything feel good, whilst driving the EP into deeper, housier sounds.
Sulta Selects Vol. 3 is out now on Sulta Selects and you can pick up the vinyl HERE shipped straight out of Rubadub in Glasgow.
Sulta Selects Fly Open Air Festival is happening Saturday 19 May, featuring the likes of Seth Troxler, Gerd Janson and Or:la. Tickets available via Resident Advisor.