The latest offering since the release of Duke’s
acclaimed debut album DUALITY
GRAMMY nominated and multi-Platinum artist Duke Dumont has dropped the Tensnake remix of ‘Nightcrawler’, the lead single from his acclaimed debut album DUALITY. Adding a retro-dance touch, Tensnake’s remix of ‘Nightcrawler’ adds synthwave inspired keys and vintage drum machines to the indie-tinged original, maintaining the sultry vocals from Say Lou Lou throughout. It’s the first remix to be dropped since the release of DUALITY, Duke Dumont’s expansive debut LP that contains the original ‘Nightcrawler’ single alongside other hit tracks including ‘Therapy’, ‘The Power’ and ‘Let Me Go’.
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This is not the first time Duke and Tensnake have collaborated, with both artists previously remixing the other’s tracks, ‘I Got U’ and ‘Love Sublime’. The ‘Nightcrawler’ remix arrives hot-on-the-heels of Tensnake’s single ‘Somebody Else’ ft. Boy Matthews, the latest offering from his sophomore album L.A., released via Armada and his own imprint, True Romance.
A production dynamo responsible for a stunning back catalogue that includes international chart-topping hits, multi-Grammy nominations and bumpin’ Chicago-influenced underground productions, Duke is a contemporary electronic music powerhouse. He has amassed over 2.5 billion streams across his back-catalogue of previous anthems, scoring platinum-selling UK #1s with timeless records such as ‘Ocean Drive’.
About Duke Dumont:
Hailing from Rayners Lane (London) now residing in Laurel Canyon (LA) , Duke Dumont was initially born deaf. With corrective surgery this directly shaped the way he interprets sounds, with tone and timbre taking precedence over linguistics, which inadvertently shaped his approach to record making. Since then, Duke defied all odds and proved that his well crafted productions either become viable hits or infectious club records, boasting billions of plays across the globe.
Topping the billing on various stages worldwide, with his DJ career starting in London, learning his craft at such iconic institutions as Fabric to Panorama Bar (Berlin) and playing some of the biggest stages from Coachella (USA) , Exit (Serbia) to Splendor In The Grass (Australia).
He has since branched out to numerous residences in Ibiza (Amnesia & Sankeys) and Las Vegas where Duke shares his philosophy; “The goal isn’t for record sales, or attention-grabbing tactics. It’s for producing records with longevity and soul. If my records can out live me, I can die happy.”