David Penn

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José David Peñín Montilla, better known under the anglicized form David Penn, is a house music producer from Spain.[1] He was born in Madrid. Penn is a member of several dance music projects, including Kadoc and Deux, and of the DJ/production team DJ Chus and David Penn. As Kadoc, Penn reached #14 in the UK Top 40 with the track "The Nighttrain" and #34 with "Rock the Bells".[2] As Deux, Penn reached #35 in the Dutch Music Charts with the track "Sun Rising Up".[3] As DJ Chus & David Penn, he reached in #19 in the Finland Singles Top 20 with the track "Baila".[4]

Career[edit]

Penn started producing house and techno tracks under a variety of pseudonyms beginning in 1992. In 1993 he signed with the Arcade Music Group and founded the sublabel Zen Records. He also created the U.P.N. Team production squad, with Juan Carlos Molina and Enrique Pascual Mejia (Enrique P.). Penn broke into the mainstream in 1995 with the release "The Nighttrain", under the alias Kadoc, where he first worked with DJ Chus, who co-produced the track with the U.P.N. Team.

In 1998 he ended his previous associations with Molina and Enrique P. and started working more closely with Toni Bass and DJ Chus. He signed with Milk & Sugar Recordings and Stereo Productions and in 2003 restarted Zen Records under the name Urbana Recordings. Penn also had tracks released by Defected Records.

As a remixer, he has worked for Junior Jack, Michael Gray, Shapeshifters, DJ Cam, Milk & Sugar, Chic and Scissor Sisters.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 1998 United People, as Kadoc

Singles[edit]

David Penn
  • 2001 "Every Night & Every Day"
  • 2003 "Scream 4 Love" (with Sheylah Cuffy)
  • 2004 "Stuck In The Middle" (with Alexander East)
  • 2004 "Solea", as DJ Pippi & David Penn (with DJ Pippi)
  • 2005 "Gorgeous", as David Penn & Camilo Franco (with Camilo Franco)
  • 2006 "Do U Feel It?", as DJ Pippi & David Penn (with DJ Pippi and Laurence B.)
  • 2006 "Come With Me", as David Penn & Camilo Franco (with Camilo Franco and Pepa Dolz)
  • 2006 "La Vida", as David Penn & Sebastian Gamboa (with Sebastian Gamboa)
  • 2007 "Plastic People", as David Penn & Dave Storm (with Dave Storm)
  • 2007 "Feel The Rise" (with Darren J. Bell)
  • 2007 "Insane", as David Penn & Peter Gelderblom (with Peter Gelderblom and René Amesz)
Montilla
  • 2000 "All Night" (with Nikol Kollars)
  • 2002 "Madrid Sessions 1 EP"
  • 2004 "Nova"
  • 2006 "From The Stars"
DJ Chus & David Penn/Chus+Penn
All are collaborations with DJ Chus
  • 2000 "Sunshine" (with Darren J. Bell)
  • 2001 "From Madrid With Love"
  • 2001 "Music For Playgrounds", as Halo, Penn & Chus (with Halo)
  • 2002 "Baila" (with Caterina de Jesus)
  • 2002 "Burning Paris"
  • 2004 "Esperanza"
  • 2004 "Sunshine 2004" (with Darren J. Bell)
  • 2004 "Will I (Discover Love)" (with Concha Buika)
Bass & Penn
All are collaborations with Toni Bass
  • 2001 "Happiness"
  • 2003 "Communicate"
  • 2004 "Dancin' & Jazzin'"
  • 2006 "Rush"
Deux
All are collaborations with Toni Bass
  • 2002 "Deux"
  • 2004 "Sun Rising Up" (with Rebeka Brown)
  • 2006 "Xpand"
  • 2007 "The Time Is Now To Celebrate Life"
Nuboy
  • 2000 "I Feel It/Infinity"
  • 2002 "Sweet Sonora", as Nuboy & Sebastian Gamboa (with Sebastian Gamboa)
  • 2003 "Journey Into The Keys", as Nuboy & Sebastian Gamboa (with Sebastian Gamboa)
Kadoc
All are collaborations with Enrique P. (until 1997) and Juan Carlos Molina
  • 1994 "Kadoc EP"
  • 1994 "Kadoc EP 2"
  • 1995 "You Got To Be There"
  • 1995 "The Nighttrain" (with DJ Chus)
  • 1995 "The Return Of The Dark Mask" (with DJ Chus)
  • 1996 "The Nighttrain (Remixes)" (with DJ Chus)
  • 1996 "You Got To Be There (Remixes)"
  • 1997 "Rock The Bells" (with Andreas Schneider)
  • 1998 "Clap Your Hands" (with Darren J. Bell)
  • 1999 "Collaborations" (with Olav Basoski, Unison Productions and Pegasus)
  • 2004 "The Nightrain 2004"
  • 2006 "You Got To Be There 2006"
Penn & Jabato
All are collaborations with DJ Jabato
  • 2002 "Percussive Vibe"
  • 2003 "Sonido Urbano"
  • 2004 "Delicioso"
  • 2005 "La Calle/Tropicana"
  • 2005 "One Night And One Day"
Evidence
All are collaborations with Enrique P. and Juan Carlos Molina
  • 1993 "Moving Upwards EP"
  • 1994 "Get On Further EP"
  • 1996 "Rock The Bells"
Underwear
All are collaborations with Enrique P. and Juan Carlos Molina
  • 1993 "Monkey On The Back"
  • 1994 "Raveolution EP"
  • 1995 "On EP"
  • 1997 "Love Parade '97"
Other aliases
  • 1994 "Bass For Love", as Vinyl Juice (with Enrique P. and Juan Carlos Molina)
  • 1994 "Bienvenido Al Nuevo Nivel", as Vinyl Juice (with Enrique P. and Juan Carlos Molina)
  • 1996 "Here We Go", as The Bass (with Toni Bass)
  • 1998 "Kapital Of House '98", as Kapital (with DJ Chus and Beto Cerutti)
  • 1998 "Feel The Music", as Oriol (with Juan Carlos Molina)
  • 1999 "Strings Of Life", as Toulouse (with Juan Carlos Molina)
  • 2001 "For You (Love And Affection)", as Defined (with Serena)
  • 2002 "Your Love", as Doblado (with Toni Bass and Darren J. Bell)
  • 2003 "We Play House", as Soulground (with DJ Chus and Concha Buika)
  • 2004 "Heavy Vibes", as Doblado (with Toni Bass)

Co-production for other artists[edit]

  • 1994 Michel - "Vol. 1"
  • 1994 Michel - "Vol. 2"
  • 1994 Michel - "Vol. 3"
  • 1994 Marchin - "No + Crisis" (with Pedro Vidal, Enrique P. and Juan Carlos Molina)
  • 1995 Kike Boy - "Kabuki"
  • 1995 Demolition - "News"
  • 1997 DJ Chus - "Get Funky" (with Beto Cerutti)
  • 2006 Sonique - "My Dream" (with Toni Bass)

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