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Duke Dumont's "Ocean Drive" Gets a Club Rinse from UK Vet DJ Zinc

And get details on Grammy-nominated producer's North American tour.

by THUMP Staff
Oct 7 2015, 5:15pm

Duke Dumont's "Ocean Drive" is the first cut from his Blasé Boys Club, vol.1, a series of EPs Dumont will be releasing in lieu of LP format as he embarks on a North American tour currently underway.

The single is a loping electro-pop tune that features strong 80s vibes and hooky vocals. It's a typically classy affair from the Grammy-nominated Dumont, whose "I Got U" and "I Need U" are still soundtracking post-club hookups around the world.

Enter DJ Zinc, the UK dance veteran whose career stretches back to 1991 and from jungle to house. His remix of the tune kicks up the tempo a few notches, readying it for club dancefloors with an appropriately beefed up bassline and chopped up vocals.

Duke Dumont is currently in the midst of a North American tour alongside Hayden James, Shaun Frank, and a surprise guest in San Francisco (trust us, you'll be stoked). Check the dates below:

Duke Dumont is on Facebook // SoundCloud // Twitter
DJ Zinc is on Facebook // Twitter

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