According to the official blurb, the main focus of My Digital Enemy of late is quite simply “bass.” But while it’s certainly a major part of their latest release on Toolroom Records, it quickly become clear that To Dust is about far more than that.
A groovy and dirty bass riff lies at the center of the track, but it’s when To Dust hits a break that the real essence of the track comes to the fore. Featuring the vocals of newcomer Lizzy Massey, alongside some big strings and breaks-esque drums, it’s a real taste of ’90s house in a track that also manages to demonstrate the epitome of the genre in 2014. On the flip-side, Bristol based producer Rektchordz offers a techier take on the track, but much like the original there’s an old-school feel to it, making the whole package an exciting journey into the timeless nature of house music.
To Dust is out now as a Beatport exclusive, and is bound to be a dancefloor hit over the coming months.