Dom Dolla sends listeners shuffling with house-fueled ‘San Frandisco’
The pulsating heart of house music beats with stamina on Dom Dolla’s “San Frandisco.” The record is liable to elicit a fervent “finally!” from Dolla fans, who’ve awaited the single’s official release for about a year’s time.
“I’ve been testing this track out on the road for the better part of 12 months, tweaking the moments until I felt it had just the right amount of dance floor appeal,” Dolla wrote in a recent press release.
Agile beats pound in tandem with a hammering, low seated bass line stimulated by shrill sirens. A vocal sample of an unnamed local San Francisco “dance legend” amplifies the cut’s potent dance floor power.
“I felt [the sample] was just too perfect to let the track out into the world without it,” Dolla says of the elemental inclusion.
Touting a rhythm that’s established its esteem among closely clustered dancefloor crowds, “San Frandisco” issues a hard-driving nod to San Francisco’s vivacious house scene. Dolla brings the body funk with “San Frandisco,” which is out now via Sweat It Out/Arista.
Catch Dolla on tour throughout the US this fall with the likes of his official remixer, Sonny Fodera. Tickets available here.