Thinking of Scandinavia and House Music, the first thing that pops in your head is probably Swedish House Mafia or Eric Prydz. Great, but maybe you should forget those guys for a few minutes. Their neighbours know how to raise quite a party themselves, you know..
27-year-old Norwegian David Sense (Bjørnar Davidsen on his passport) is one of those neighbours to look out for. At the moment he has worked with Mark Knight’s Toolroom Records and Ministry of sound. He also has his own label Wooferfood Records.
Of course he produces his own tracks. Heavy yet skillfully mastered beats, minimal use of synths and not too much vocal nonsense. Great club material. Here’s one of his latest:
David Sense – Ho-Ya by davidsense
This one is a live radio recording. A bit older, but definitely worth checking and also for download on his Soundcloud:
David Sense Forza Session 002 – ETN.fm August 2009 128k by davidsense
Keep an eye out for this man, definitely worth the effort.
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