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July 29, 2020
July 29, 2020
French producer Quentin Dombres, aka Dombresky, just dropped another groovy house track that’ll leave us all shuffling even after the song ends. 2019 has been a great year for the artist that has proven track after track to be a master when it comes to experimenting among his native genre, House. Diverse, yet concise pieces like “Soul Sacrifice,” “Futurmastic,” “Like That,” and “Utopia,” can all attest to the way Dombresky is able to manipulate house music into an irresistibly refreshing thing.
In a quote, he says, “Music is constantly evolving, just like we do… My sound reflects that. I’m constantly figuring out what I want my next move to be. It’s a lot of experimenting, shaping, and redefining who I am as a person before I put that energy into what my sound it.”
The energy he instills into his productions is truly nothing short of jaw-dropping, dance-inducing bliss. You never know you need some good old house music (with a twist) until one of his songs plays on shuffle. After his remix of LSD’s “No New Friends” in May, Dombresky gives us the all night luxurious track, “Meli-Melo.” Full of retro scales over distinct basslines and deep, guttural vocals plunge us headstrong into a shuffling frenzy. Listen below.
If you haven’t heard of Dombresky before or have only heard this name in passing, it’s time to hop on this house train and dance all night long. Already received praise from several artists, landing releases on Tchami’s Confessions label, and collaborating with Malaa, Dombres is going to continue evolving his sound and his career for music lovers everywhere. Catch him back in Arizona on September 7th at Shady Park where his house will make even the trees shuffle. Grab tickets here.