Dutch Titan Dennis de Laat Debuts On Glasgow Underground
Contemporary house talent, Dennis de Laat has joined the ranks at long established and scene-leading label, Glasgow Underground, with new single ‘Someday’. This veteran of the global house scene and frequent chart topper shows off a masterful melodic touch that connects with fans far and wide and brings something altogether new in the process. With early support from Paco Osuna, Robert Owens, Earth N Days, Riva Starr, Tough Love and more, it’s off to a flying start.
Dutchman Dennis de Laat is a long-established dance music producer best known from 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). He also played a key role in the Beatfreakz who had a UK chart #3 hit with their rework of Rockwell’s ‘Somebody’s Watching Me’. Aside from these career highlights, de Laat has been responsible for many other stylish and tripped-out melodic releases over the years on influential labels like Spinnin Records, Confidence and Liquid Recordings.
The glorious ‘Someday’ is his latest instant classic and offers real escapism in a beautifully optimistic piece of melodic house music. Built on warm drums that roll on smoothly, its lush chords raise the mood in an instant. After an epic and spine-tingling breakdown it kicks once again and swells the heart with its feelings of promise, optimism and love. Perfect for cosy home listening or the more emotional moments in a club set – a truly sophisticated sound from this storied producer.
Glasgow Underground has been serving up the freshest house styles for more than two decades now. From deep to vocal, jacking to tech, founder Kevin McKay has carefully A&R’d it all and made the label one of the scene’s most iconic in the process. From pioneering legends to fresh new talents, they all find a welcome home on Glasgow Underground.
This openness has given the label this longevity and popularity 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.
With regular support from the likes of Andrew Meller, CASSIMM, Mike Vale, Moreno Pezzolato, and Lee Cabrera, the new single ‘Someday’ once again confirms there is no label quite like GU for lovers of all forms of house music.
Dennis de Laat ‘Someday’ is out now on Glasgow Underground: https://gu.lnk.to/someday