TRACKS: Dale Howard – Rhymes 365 EP Review by Amrit Sandhu


Dale Howard

Dale Howard comes to us via England, home of some of the best techno music the world has to offer. His general genre is House but he does diverge from that into tech and even some bass. He started his dream in 2009 and never looked back. His debut EP “Gotta Be Deep” topped the Beatport Deep House chart, reaching number 1. In 2012, Dale started his own imprint Static Audio and helps to establish up and coming artists as well as those that are already mainstream.

His new EP, “Rhymes365,” is an amazing EP for deep house lovers, or anyone in the tech scene. The namesake of this EP is also one of the main tracks off it, called Rhymes365, This track provides one of the grooviest tunes out there. I just love moving along with the beat and it instantly hooks me in. Not only is it a track for a club Friday night, but, it’s a track that I would play anywhere, any day. It just feels so mellow but at the same time grabs a hold of you and just allows you to move.

Hot Mess the second track from this EP, is not as deep as this first track. It has a slower vibe and with a high frequency groove and is much more fun to dance to. This track reminds me of the classic 90s hits in the EDM scene. This track reminds me of being at a warehouse party and dancing the night way.

Dig It is the final track on this EP and Dale saved the best for last. Similar to Rhymes365, Dig it has a deeper bass and hooks you in instantly. It’s a party anthem that I just want to play on repeat. The song has a dark vibe to it than the previous tracks and it’s this dark vibe that reminds you of the dingy places you frequent but have had a great time. It creates the feeling of being elsewhere, a sort of outer body experience.

Dale is currently touring England. He had an amazing year last year, securing gigs in Ibiza, playing for the Ministry of Sound and playing Pacha in London, England. Look out for big things to come from Dale Howard.






Amrit Sandhu EDM TOR


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