Milk & Sugar ft. Ron Carroll “House Dimension” Out Mar 9th

March 9th sees Germany’s favourite double act Milk & Sugar return with new single ‘House Dimension’, out via Milk & Sugar Recordings.

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2017 saw Milk & Sugar release ’20 Years Of Milk & Sugar’ – an album commemorating 20 years since they first formed, featuring their iconic hits alongside a multitude of new productions, including ‘House Dimension’.

Now, the dynamic duo are continuing the celebrations in 2018 with the release of the aforementioned track, also featuring a special remix from Swiss DJ/producer, Dario D’Attis.

‘House Dimension’ is a track boasting all the sonic elements that have cemented Milk & Sugar’s status as one of House music’s most distinguished acts, with its rousing spoken word performance from US DJ, songwriter and producer Ron Carroll combining perfectly with the infectious underlying groove that’s readymade for the forthcoming Summer months.

Dario D’Attis transforms ‘House Dimension’ into a pulsating, bass-heavy deep-groover packed with stuttering synths and other off-kilter pad tones.

Since forming in 1997, Mike Kay and Steven Harding aka Milk & Sugar have lived a career most DJs would dream of. They’ve performed globally alongside dance royalty such as Frankie Knuckles and David Morales, remixed on request the likes of JamiroquaiJanet Jackson & Ben Pearce, and have continued to supply dance floors with a steady stream of powerful hits, both via their own imprint and on revered labels such as Enormous TunesPositivaMinistry of Sound and many more.

‘House Dimension’ drops on Beatport, Traxsource and Spotify on 9th March, and officially on all platforms on 23rd March 2018.




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