Premiere: Dividem bring some deep, dark house vibes

Premiere: Dividem bring some deep, dark house vibes

Meet the Melbourne duo joining Australia's killer bass-house scene.

It's no secret we're big fans of Australia's overflowing deep, dark, bassy house scene. From Dom Dolla to Torren Foot, Go Freek to Terrace, Golden Features, Danny T and half the Sweat It Out! roster, we don't mind a dabble in the dark, early morning dancefloors of this country. Dividem have been around for a couple of years now, but are ramping things up in 2015 following some kilter supports alongside the likes of the aforementioned Golden Features, Peking Duk and Alison Wonderland.

All In My Head features elements of all those characters, along with some attacking synth stabs and warped bass, along with a special guest vocalist who can't be named, although keen ears may recognise her from around the Australian music scene. They'll also be pushing a live show out very soon in the vein of contemporaries such as Booka Shade and Disclosure, so get amongstĀ All In My Head below, and keep your ear out for another powerful production duo on the Australian music scene.

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