Fusing together elements of tech house, industrial, and bass, Dustycloud’s newest single “Move” is set to destroy dance floors around the world this festival season.
There must be something in the water in France, because the house music coming out of the European country is big, bad, and ready to blow your mind. Tom Roy, better known as Dustycloud, is back with a brand new single titled “Move” on Pinnacle Collective, and it is four solid minutes of intense, gritty bass house that will shake the walls and make your heart pound inside your chest. The track’s unique blend of tech house, industrial, and bass elements blend together for a discordant yet commanding invasion of the senses.
The track begins off with minimal elements – just the beat, industrial sound effects reminiscent of an Eric Prydz track, and a soft, whispery vocal – before segueing into a deep bassline with a spoken vocal over the top that calls to mind the earliest days of house music. From there, it’s a nonstop assault of powerful, dissonant synths that make for a dance floor weapon unlike any other, and we guarantee it will be a huge factor this festival season.
Dustycloud was one of the first artists to release music on Tchami’s Confession label and has also had releases on OWSLA and Ultra Records, as well. His unique take on house music has caught the eye of bass house juggernauts like Tchami, Malaa, DJ Snake, and Mercer, and with a nonstop stream of exceptional releases, this is just the beginning for Dustycloud.
Without further ado, we are proud to premiere “Move” here at EDM Identity. Take a listen to the tune and let us know what your thoughts are in the comments!
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