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01 Jan 13
Played by: Tale Of Us
11 Jun 12
Review: One of the top-tier of UKF producers, Doc Daneeka returns with this essential new rhythm for Roska's Kicks & Snares label. Winding in vicious string stabs into a typically effusive beat, the Doc measures is perfectly and provides a funky banger with a huge amount of clout. Fellow UKF A-listers Funkystepz also drop a sub-worrying remix of "Murdah Strings" on the (digital) flip.
03 Apr 13
Played by: Sasha
Review: Established last year with killer releases from the likes of Photomachine and Presk, 2020's Midnight Visions brand continues to spread the good word house gospel. And who better to continue the sonic sermons than 10 Thousand Yen man Doc Daneeka? Across the four tracks we run the gamut of nocturnal grooves. From soulful filtered house ("Everyday") to subtle n' slinky, sexy electro ("Sunset To Neath"), Doc's prescribed a fine line of midnight tonics. You'll be hard-pushed which one to play first.
04 Oct 10
UK Funky/UK Garage
02 Apr 12
Played by: Juno Recommends Funky House, Juno Recommends Downtempo, Mike Hindle - Immersed Audio, Reilly Steel
Review: Fresh from his album with Benjamin Damage, Doc Daneeka is back on the case with the sultry tones of the oddly named "Tobyjug". While no tributes to odd British ornaments seem present, instead we have a thoughtful and heartfelt sequence of piano chords with an arresting vocal turn from Abigail Wyles, while the beat remains thoroughly subtle throughout. By the climax of the tune a whisper of juke creeps into the scattering toms, but still within a downtempo context. Lando Kal does a superb job of jacking the track up with a cool-as-ice chop up job that calls to mind the smoother end of early Spectral Sound releases.