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Multi-platinum record maker Duke Dumont has dropped a remix release of his latest EP ‘For Club Play Only Pt. 7’, out now via EMI.
First up, Brighton DJ and producer Endor transforms Duke and Channel Tres’ ‘Alter Ego’ into a certified club banger. The original has amassed over 3 million streams, garnering support across the dance world from Annie Mac, Danny Howard, Pete Tong, Annie Nightingale, Zane Lowe, Elton John, Oliver Heldens, Diplo, Armin Van Buuren, The Chainsmokers and Claptone to name a few.
Next is Circus Recordings affiliate Jansons’ bassline-driven remix of ‘Let Me Dance’ by Duke and Kid Enigma. The original drew support from Steve Aoki, Vintage Culture, Bhaskar, KC Lights, Kryder, CID and many more. The release coincides with Duke’s upcoming sold out live dates in LA at the Shrine Expo Hall, with a further run of shows across the US in the coming weeks.
With a back-catalogue that includes international chart no. 1 hits, multi-Grammy nominations and underground house music productions, Duke Dumont’s ability to defy genres is a testament to his artistry. Over the past decade he has been honing his skills and immersing himself in the infinite world of possibility that can be accessed through key, rhythm, tone, melody and harmony. Duke Dumont has amassed over 3 billion streams across his portfolio of previous anthems, scoring a number of platinum-selling worldwide #1 singles in the process.
Endor is best known for iconic floor-filler ‘Pump It Up’, a track that became platinum-certified in the UK, Ireland, New Zealand and Australia, as well as amassing over 350 million streams to date.
Responsible for one of Circus Recordings’ biggest house records and one half of LoveHrtz with Richy Ahmed, Jansons has quickly established himself as one of the most exciting UK producers on the scene right now.
‘For Club Play Only Pt. 7 (Remixes)’ sees one of 2021’s finest EPs reimagined by two exciting production talents.
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