Glasgow, UK-born and bred purveyor of uplifting house, Denis Sulta, takes over The Room at Superior Ingredients on August 3 with a night of disco-tinged upbeat house. The flamboyant DJ and producer has packed out clubs and headlined festivals around the world, and now we’re bringing him to historic 74 Wyth Avenue for an intimate night of colorful house heat.
Sulta exudes breathless energy from the booth each time he steps behind the decks. It's that kind of energy that seeps into every inch of the building, urging you to move with reckless abandon. The Sulta Selects frontman has brought that boundless enthusiasm to two epic and legendary Boiler Room sets, Creamfields, Awakenings, Kappa FuturFestival, Glastonbury, and countless other globally recognized events and clubs.
A fan of dance music from his youth, he started his career as a teenager working the counter of the lauded Glasgowian record store Rubadub. An expert curator, he brought his intensely well-honed skill as a selector to his residency at the Sub Club. After releasing early work on Dixon Basement Avenue Jams and Numbers, he started Sulta Selects, an outlet for his uplifting effervescent brand of house music, and the name of his event brand that's become a global phenomenon and sparked its festival, FLY Open Air.
In 2019 he released his debut album, Aye Spoake te Sumwuhn & They Listened, on Ninja Tune. A departure from the unbridled energy of his DJ sets, it represents the full breadth of his sound, from slow-burning melodic downtempo to unhinged and chaotic techno.
Supporting Sulta is two amazing artists starting with Corrine who is making her Elsewhere rooftop debut with Enamour and opening up stage 2 at Electric Island's season finale this year in Toronto. She recently shared the stage with the reknowned duo, Zeds Dead at Avant Gardener for their label, Altered States, NYC takeover.
Next up is Hyde, a techno & house producer based of New Jersey who has performed all over the country like Miami, San Diego, LA and NYC. With releases on Flux Pavillion and Doctor P's Circus Recordings, Gene Farris' Farris Wheel, and CID's Night Service Only, he kicked off the summer setting the tone for FISHER and played an exciting b2b with Truth x Lies.
He claims boldly that there are only "two genres of music: good and bad." An night in The Room of Superior Ingredients enjoying the technicolor sounds of Denis Sulta will most certainly be the latter. Don’t miss it!