Dom Dolla

ARIA award nominated Melbourne producer Dom Dolla, has seen a meteoric rise following the release of his global house hit ‘Take It’. Producing remixes for Purple Disco Machine, Hayden James, Pnau, RÜFÜS DU SOL, touring the world, all whilst being named Pete Tong’s “future star of 2019” and Billboard’s “artist to watch”. Proving himself as one of the most prolific electronic exports from Australia, Dom Dolla follows up his 2018 epic, with his latest offering ‘San Frandisco’, out now on Sweat It Out.

Light hearted fun has always been at the centre of Dom’s charm, something that has now intrinsically connected him with millions of fans worldwide on the release of ‘Take It’. Instantly supported by Triple J, SiriusXM, BBC Radio 1, Studio Brussel, 1Live, Kiss FM, SLAM! and 538, the single quickly rose to #73 on the global Shazam chart, whilst topping the charts across Belgium, Hungary and the Netherlands, garnering over 34 million streams with huge support across Spotify and Apple Music worldwide, and taking #1 spot on the overall Beatport chart. No stranger to success, Dom was previously nominated for an ARIA award for his collaboration with Torren Foot on ‘Be Randy’, his record ‘Define’ produced with Go Freek becoming an instant dance anthem and further synced in a Hollywood feature film, with yet another heaving release titled ‘You’ earning him over 13 million streams, and another #1 on the ARIA club chart.

Dom has been delighted to meet his fans all around the globe. From a 35 date headline tour of North America, playing Coachella's Do LaB, EDC Las Vegas, Splash House, Ezoo and Hard Summer, homecoming shows in Sydney and Melbourne selling out in a matter of minutes, debut tour across UK/EU including performances in London, HideOut Croatia, Tomorrowland, Greece, Ibiza and Só Track Boa Brazil. With a co-headline tour of North America with fellow Aussie Sonny Fodera just announced, returning to the UK to play Warehouse Project Manchester & Tobacco Dock London and an array of headline festivals slots across Australia’s summer season including Listen Out, Field Day, Beyond The Valley & Lost Paradise, there is no excuse to miss this legend in the making.