Played in festival sets and house mixes ubiquitously over the past year, Dom Dolla’s track “San Frandisco” now has a remix from Beatport dominator Eli Brown. The UK-based house producer and DJ takes the BPM up in the chart-topping single, which talks about San Francisco’s house scene and how it stems from its ’60s and ’70s roots back in the day.
The track adds a darker warehouse vibe to the already energetic track. With stomping percussion, undulating risers, and old school rave stabs, Brown’s remix plays nicely into any sets looking to take house fans further into the night.
On why he asked Brown to remix the track, Dolla states, “Eli’s sense of groove is relentless and this remix is no exception. I’ve been playing his weapons for years so it’s great to finally get his take on one of my own records and he has put such a nasty late night feel to it. Great bloke too, thanks for smashing it mate.”
Brown is currently wrapping up his Come Together World Tour, with upcoming dates throughout the UK and Spain. With releases on Repopulate Mars and Toolroom and artists like Carl Cox, Green Velvet and Claude VonStroke backing him to name a few, expect more stompers to come from the Bristol producer.