Jay Dunham – Critique

Belgian DJ/Producer Jay Dunham is back with another hard-hitting Electro House anthem titled Critiqueon Tony Romera’s formidable imprint Sans Merci. The 24-year-old, who has shared the stage with the likes of The Magician, Curbi, Bougenvilla, Loge21, Sam Felt, 99Souls at festivals such as Rising Moon and Kinetik Indoor, is taking things to the next level with his latest release.

Kicking off with brooding synths and ominous strings, the track’s dark, menacing nature is immediately imposed. Wasting no time in diving into the thick of things, the drop arrives and takes over immediately, bright electro house synths dominate the airwaves, while pulsating basslines and punchy kicks fill out the frequency spectrum. Making excellent use of panning & stereo separation, Dunham allocates each element its own space in the mix, giving the track a full, well-rounded sound without encountering the problem of congestion or muddiness.

While Dunham isn’t a household name just yet, the 24-year-old has already built up an impressive resume and is well on his way. His recent collaboration with JustLuke ‘Change My Mind recently earned the support of Hardwell, who debuted the track on Hardwell On Air380. In addition to this, the track was also signed to Armada Music sublabel; Klash Records.

Take a listen to ‘Critique’ below!

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