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Oden & Fatzo – Denver In the Sky [Pitch Records]

Trio of the moment Oden & Fatzo land on London imprint Pitch Records, hot off the back of releases on Swerve, Hedzup and Moscow Records

Oden & Fatzo are quickly building a reputation for their melting pot of house, funk, electro, disco, and minimal through their inimitable productions, studio sessions, and live sets. The trio really is sending shockwaves through the house music scene with their fresh, feel-good productions and performances in astronaut suits, with releases on Archie Hamilton’s Moscow Records, Increase The Groove, Salty Nuts, and Swerve Digital.

Their latest offering is another bold and colourful piece of house music, served up on London imprint Pitch Records set to tickle the taste buds of house music fans on dancefloors across the world.

‘Denver In The Sky’ is a deep yet feel-good house record, set to be remembered like the nostalgic nods laced throughout this sultry groove. The track wastes no time, kicking off with some infectious soulful vocals, warm summery drum pads and twisted elements interlaced throughout. All of this, combined with some bouncy builds and dubby chords, resulting in a dreamy record set to let listeners drift away on the dancefloor to another world.

Oden & Fatzo’s ‘Denver In The Sky’ is out now on Pitch Records.

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