DXES has been bubbling on the underground for a while now and those with an ear to the ground for rapidly emerging production talents will want to know all about the sonic adventures of this skilled production whizz. Reporting for duty with a certified summer banger – he has returned to usual form with a stellar new submission to his swelling back-catalogue. On the back of a highlight reel of releases on the likes of Pool E Music, Impressed Music, System Recordings, Chibar records, Ibiza Stereo records and more – DXES has developed a discography of tightly produced work that showcases his studio aptitudes and touch of gold when it comes to memorable dance music releases. The latest entry of this calibre comes in the shape of ‘Don’t You Wanna Dance’ which hits the shelves right in time for the hot weather.
Kicking off with a sultry and whirling synth that flows underneath the traditional House beat, we’re quickly treated to a flurry of glistening keys and a thumping throwback Progressive House bass synth stack that perfectly fuses together low-end bass with a beautiful mid-range melodic lead synth pluck. The vocal has been cut, twisted and morphed to high pitches for extra effect whilst the organic lyrics flow under and over the production. The breaks let go of the sub bass and let the vocal and keys really take the centre of the stage for a moment before a crescendo builds up to another dancefloor moment with the bass and lead synth taking over control of the energy. It’s a tightly crafted single and a track that fits perfectly into DXES’ repertoire of high-quality dance music releases.
DXES puts this package out on his own DXES Music imprint and it’s out now on all good digital music platforms.
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