Bleu Clair’s House Track “Sand Dunes” Has A Middle Eastern Flavor

Bleu Clair, a global sensation, is one of the most rapidly emerging musicians in current house culture. With his new age house tunes, mesmerizing dance floors wherever he goes, the Indonesian-born DJ and producer continuously meets the most burning needs of EDM aficionados. With “Sand Dunes,” Bleu Clair pushes the boundaries of his one-of-a-kind sound once more.

Bleu Clair has previously recorded music on Insomniac Records and collaborated with artists such as AC Slater, Matroda, and Ytram (the alter ego of Martin Garrix). He has also received backing from some of electronic music‘s biggest names, including Skrillex, Tiësto, DJ Snake, Diplo, and others. Bleu Clair has been breaking through limits in traditional electronic music for the last few years, performing at some of the world’s largest festivals like as EDC Las Vegas, Seismic Dance Event in Austin, and San Diego’s CRSSD Fest. This amazing artist has gotten over 30 million total streams from his chart-topping tracks on Beatport, and “Sand Dunes” will continue the trend.

The latest single merges high-energy electronic components with fascinating sound genres from the ancient Middle East. “Sand Dunes,” which is layered with portions of kamanj (a stringed instrument used in Arab and Persian art music) and feminine vocal chanting, sends listeners on an emotional rollercoaster. To add to the song’s grooviness, old-school house themes weaved throughout pay homage to the genre’s golden phase in the 1990s.

Bleu Clair’s superb intensity and accuracy in sound design are constantly on exhibit, as heard in “Sand Dunes.” The track’s sample selection and mix-down heighten the track’s iconic quasi-spiritual sensations. This home heater epitomizes the ability to be played everywhere, whether in the vehicle, in the club, or in the middle of a workout.