Dannic‘s name effortlessly falls in line with the languorous list of illustrious Dutch house producers who have dominated the respective genre for over a decade, and arguably the electronic scene at large.
“Tenderlove” is Dannic’s latest dance floor affair, an impassioned exposition dripping with urgent desire. The piano-driven track is equipped with stuttering hi-hats, a skittering melody, and crescendoing vocal echoes, which only emboldens the female narrator’s acute appetite for amour.
Dannic’s bouyant big room sound has reverberated off the walls of some of the most coveted label housings in the industry, including Ultra, Spinnin’ Records, and Mark Knight-founded Toolroom Records, within which he was notably entrusted with mixing the 2013 installment of the imprint’s yearly compilation album, Toolroom Knights.
“Tenderlove” is out Sept. 10 on Spinnin’ Records.