As another week in summer 2014 makes itself scarce, classic house to modern mainstream pop icon on the rise Duke Dumont drops another track that sets his majestic sound on course with running early morning sessions in Ibiza to Sunday afternoon pool soirees in Vegas–and every type of sun-kissed party in between–for the rest of the summer, fall and winter in the Southern Hemisphere, too. This week’s candidate for immediate BBC Radio 1 spins and global mainstream dance appeal is the space-age “Mumble Man,” from Dumont’s forthcoming DJ-friendly compilation For Club Play Only: Volume 3 available on Tiga’s Turbo Recordings. Early ’80s robo-electro vibes meet with throbbing techno basslines, disembodied wailing vocal samples, while the baritone-style male rap vocal places this square in somewhere around 1992, thus within the now-preserved ideal that has created Dumont’s massive global appeal.

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