August 11 2016
A major figure in modern dance music with a triple platinum track in Australia in his back catalogue, a straight run of five US #1 records and two UK #1s, it's an understatement to say that Duke Dumont has nailed the commercial dance market. However, those of you who have followed Duke's For Club Play Only series will know that his mainstream hits do not represent the limit of his production capabilities and we're excited to announce that he has chosen Defected for the release of Volume 4.
For Club Play Only Part 4 features two tracks that perfectly demonstrate Duke's multidimensional styles. 'Be Here', premiered as Annie Mac's Hottest Record In The World, echoes the sunshine-soaked euphoria of his previous radio singles, with a seamlessly worked vocal loop and punchy brass motif. 'Worship' is Duke as you may not have heard him before; deeper and more bass-heavy, with more club appeal, while maintaining the melodic catchiness that Duke has made his signature style. For Club Play Only Part 4 puts Duke one step ahead of the rest yet again.
Duke Dumont:“'For Club Play Only' is my catalogue of music purely aimed at the club… No radio ambitions, no platinum disc motivations, the aim purely to make music to DJ. The goal is to leave a legacy of dance music that'll stand the test of time, in the same light that many of the artists I hold in high regard have done in the past."