Premiere: Dom Dolla joins Motez and Tkay Maidza in the club with a killer remix of Down Like This

Premiere: Dom Dolla joins Motez and Tkay Maidza in the club with a killer remix of Down Like This

A couple of heavy hitters in the Aussie house scene make the perfect match.

A couple of weeks back Adelaide-based house don Motez made his triumphant return to the club scene with certified banger, Down Like This, a track made all the sweeter by the South Australian connection with yung rap queen Tkay Maidza. A couple of weeks of consistent radio play since has only confirmed the duo make for a team-up that should have happened a long time ago. And today we're stoked to premiere a remix from another powerhouse in the Australian dance music game, Dom Dolla. Last we heard from him was the Aussie house lord love-in Da'bois and their single Things You Do - yes, the bass-house scene of Australia is brimming with talent at the moment. Link-ups like this are always pleasing, especially when the remix can separate itself enough from the original to become its own beast, something this does to perfection. Dom Dolla has been crafting an untouchable signature style to his sound for a while now, and it drips all over this remix with that fat, winding bass making it one of those tracks you can't wait to hear in the dirtiest, dankest club you can find.

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