Dom Dolla gets a little bit weird on chugging new remix of Eat More Cake's Heat Of The Night

Dom Dolla gets a little bit weird on chugging new remix of Eat More Cake's Heat Of The Night

The producer switches thing up with very pleasing results.

When you think Dom Dolla you generally think that signature bass line sound that's made him a household name around these parts. Whether its his slamming remixes for the likes of PNAU and Motez, or his hugely popular originals You and Define (with Go Freek), there's always been a fist-pumping element to his uplifting brand of bass house. 2017 finds the man in a reflective place after battling some serious hearing issues earlier in the year, and his first new tune in a while is very much a productive of it. Taking on London collective Eat More Cake's Heat Of The Night, his remix is almost contemplative, pondering a life outside of heaving bass raves and look for dare we say it, something a little more sophisticated: 

"I had some time off this year and took it to re-assess what I was enjoying about house and club music, whether it be the musical ideas or just the sets I was grooving to. This remix in particular was about experimenting with sound design... getting weird, without sacrificing musicality," he said when we quizzed him on this latest release. And this is a seriously deep tuna, one that we reckon any dancefloor enthusiast worth their salt could easily get grooving to. Tuck in below:

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