British DJ and producer Dale Howard drops a sampling masterpiece with his 80s inspired release ‘The Beat’ out now on Club Sweat. The modern tech influenced production featuring upfront drum work and a relentless bassline is sure to be a hit for drum machine enthusiasts and house fans alike. As the track puts it “sampling is an art form”, and if ‘The Beat’ is the piece of art, Dale Howard is Picasso.
Howard explains how the pieces of ‘The Beat’ came together perfectly, “With this one, I wanted to give a nod to an iconic riff from the 80s, but work it into a club-ready track. I had the vocal lying around for ages and had tried it in a couple of tracks before, but I wasn’t 100% on either of them. When I used the riff, I knew it was the right track to use the vocal in too, and it just seemed to fit perfect.”
Dale Howard has had a steady rise to the top of the house music game, with the Englishman’s previous release ‘Don’t Touch’ on Club Sweat his most successful single to date with close to a million streams across platforms. More recently his release ‘Your Love’ cracked the top 10 on Beatport’s House chart, however, his producing success doesn’t end there, with the British DJ’s versatility extending to Deep House tracks like ‘Dropout’ and ‘4 Hour Bang’, both of which peaked at #2 and #3 respectively on the Beatport Deep House chart. Dale Howard’s rise to house prominence has been supported by some of the biggest names in the industry such as Jamie Jones, Pete Tong, Carl Cox, Gorgon City and Richy Ahmed, while the producer has had world premieres featured on national radio on BBC Radio 1. Whilst performing in house hotbeds such as Ibiza, London, Amsterdam and Berlin is Dale Howard’s bread and butter, party goers will be itching for the British DJ to slot ‘The Beat’ into his next memorable set.
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