UK producer CHANEY has a very catchy treat for us this week called ‘Out Of My Depth’ which features the diva-ish voice of English singer/songwriter Nu-La, and her voices does work so perfectly well amongst CHANEY’s funky disco-house grooves. 

As he reveals below, those disco grooves come courtesy of some of his early 2000’s influences such as Jamiroquai, Blaze, Dave Lee and Junior Jack, which you can definitely hear in there, but I also really love how current the song feels as well. More of this please CHANEY! 

“‘Out Of My Depth’ is a little snapshot of my early 2000’s disco and house influences—an ode to the likes of Jamiroquai, Blaze, Dave Lee, Junior Jack and all the rest from that very fun era.

My good friends Nuala and Lawrie Martin had written a topline idea which I first listened to on the train back home. It was magic. I knew exactly where I wanted it to go (string sections over rolling basslines) so dived straight in as soon as I got back. It ended up taking a lot of experimenting with different versions and arrangements until I was eventually satisfied with where it was. So here it is, in all its glory, featuring the wonderful voice of Nu-La.” ~ CHANEY

out now via: Insomniac Records
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