Global sensation Bleu Clair has become one of the fastest rising artists in modern house culture. The Indonesian born DJ and producer consistently answers the most burning desires of EDM enthusiasts with his new age house tracks, captivating dance floors wherever he goes. Once again, Bleu Clair is pushing the limits of his one-of-a-kind sound with his track “Sand Dunes”.
Prior to “Sand Dunes”, Bleu Clair has released songs on Insomniac Records and collaborated with the likes of AC Slater, Matroda, and Ytram (the alter ego of Martin Garrix). He has also gained support from electronic music’s top artists, such as Skrillex, Tiësto, DJ Snake, Diplo, and more. Over the last couple years, Bleu Clair has been breaking down barriers of standard electronic music, while performing at some of the world’s biggest festivals like EDC Las Vegas, Seismic Dance Event in Austin, and San Diego’s CRSSD Fest. This talented individual has received over 30 million collective streams from his Beatport chart topping singles, and “Sand Dunes” will continue the pattern.
The new release seamlessly blends high-energy tech elements and the mesmerizing sonic styles of the ancient Middle East together. Layered with segments of kamanjā (a stringed instrument prominent in Arab and Persian art music) and feminine vocal chants, “Sand Dunes” takes listeners on a rollercoaster of emotions. To add to the grooviness of the song, old-school house elements woven throughout pays tribute to the 90’s golden era of this genre.
As heard in “Sand Dunes”, Bleu Clair’s immaculate intensity and precision in sound design is always on display. The sample selection and mix-down of the track heightens the legendary quasi-spiritual vibes that are present. This house heater truly embodies the versatility to be played anywhere, whether in the car, at the club, or mid-workout. Its myriad of assorted musical components are merged into a creation that
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Bleu Clair Drops House Tune With Middle Eastern Flair In ‘San Dunes’