While 2019 is only halfway over, it's already been a truly massive year for rising Manchester production duo Duke & Jones. Between releasing a steady flow of original singles; an EP on Zeds Dead's Deadbeats imprint; and a slew of official remixes for major EDM artists such as Dillon Francis, Alison Wonderland, Zedd, Yellow Claw, Louis The Child and Jauz; it's a wonder that the duo have had time to do anything besides making music.
Never ones to slow down, Duke & Jones are back yet again with their fourth original single of the year, a captivating and seductive self-release titled "Vacancy." A step away from their typical UK bassline-influenced production style, "Vacancy" ramps up the sex appeal while maintaining an intriguingly playful yet undeniably mysterious atmosphere.
While "Vacancy" differs in many ways from their previous releases - particularly given the use of sultry, evocative vocals - it's very much at home within their diverse yet instantly recognizable catalog of music. A less-is-more approach to production underpins everything they touch, and an array of organic, richly textured synths drive the energy and momentum that keeps fans glued to the dance floor.
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If you're looking for a hard-hitting, emotionally laden beat that is both tantalizing and festival ready, look no further than Duke & Jones' new single "Vacancy."