Simon Doty & Shelley Johannson – Candy and Feels

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Since his debut on 2019’s Anjunadeep Explorations 11 with ‘Sama’, Simon Doty has put out five stand out EPs on the label, quickly becoming an Anjunadeep favourite. The Canadian producer has developed a reputation for delectable deep melodic house, garnering support from the likes of Phil Taggart, Danny Howard, Gorgon City, Cassian, Jax Jones and Lane 8.

Highlights from the label’s flagship compilation Anjunadeep 13, ‘Living Sound’ and ‘Tellin Me’ open the EP. Collaborating with techno DJ and producer Shelley Johannson, ‘Candy and Feels’ showcases Doty’s club influenced style that has seen him release on labels including Knee Deep In Sound, Einmusika, and This Never Happened.

Release Date: 14th April 2022

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