Denzal Park's New Single 'One Way Home' Sees Full Remix Package Release

Denzal Park's New Single 'One Way Home' Sees Full Remix Package Release

After a strong showing on the Beatport Progressive House Chart, enigmatic Australian duo Denzal Park's pulsating new single "One Way Home" featuring Jon Hume (of Evermore fame) gets a full release today on iTunes and other digital retailers.

Premiered May 9 on Pete Tong's Essential Mix as the week's Essential Selection, Hume's clever hooks meet with Denzal Park's signature progressive house sound, giving the track a depth lacking from most modern day productions and serves as a promising display of great things to come from the duo from Down Under. Arston, WasteLand, Marek and Fear of Dawn lend their remixing skills to the track for four very diverse takes on the vocal banger.

"One Way Home" is out now everywhere via Neon Records.

Preview Extended Mix
Preview Arston Remix
Preview WasteLand Remix
Preview Marek Dub
Preview Fear of Dawn Remix

Purchase on Beatport | Purchase on iTunes

Denzal Park kicked off their partnership 5 years ago with the Beatport # 1 'Finally 2008', and set high standards for themselves by remixing for names such as Dirty South, Avicii, Martin Solveig, Edx, Cicada, Full Intention and Pnau. Their original floor-stompers 'Amarok', 'Nammos', 'Militia', 'Filterfreak', 'Ascension' and 'I'm a Drum Machine' have torn their way through charts across the world, gaining them support from The Swedish House Mafia, Tiesto, Pete Tong, Fedde Le Grand, David Guetta and Laidback Luke. The duo have also written and produced two platinum-selling singles and received Australia's highest musical accolade, picking up an APRA award for Dance Work Of The Year.

Combining their production powers through a mutual affinity for electronic music, Kam Denny and Paul Zala have carved their initials deep into the dances floors and DJ-booths of their homeland's biggest nightclubs, darkest dance-halls and festival fields, delivering their trademark concoction of euphoric melodies and down-to-business rhythms to thousands of eagerly pointed ears.