2014-01-22T17:47:56+00:00 2014-01-22T16:48:25+00:00

Duke Dumont takes Tensnake's 'Love Sublime' on a deep ride


One glorious day back in December Tensnake revealed two tracks from his forthcoming debut album Glow, supplying fans with "No Relief" and "Love Sublime," ahead of the album's March 10 release date. Both the tracks feature vocals from Tensnake's go-to female vocalist Fiora and can only be described as glimmering house productions. "Love Sublime," which is a collaborative effort with the notorious Nile Rodgers, leans closer to the disco side of house, but now Duke Dumont is taking it for an entirely new spin.

Duke Dumont, takes the track on a ride to the deeper side of house, starting off by pitching down Fiora's feminine vocals. Incorporating low-end piano chords before turning up the BMPs, the London-hailing producer delivers listeners a production ready for the dark dance floors. Transforming the bright funky disco vibes Tensnake and Rodgers create on the original, Duke reconstructs "Love Sublime" with an ominous bassline and his deep rooted house tendencies, making me itch for another chance to see him live.

Dance · House


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