House music duo Dubdogz Links up with Brazilian duo Cat Dealers on new dance single ‘Good Good’
It’s a duo with a huge following, scoring huge hits on their own account, including 2019’s ‘Techno Prank’, last year’s ‘Free My Mind’ (a teamup with Alok and Rooftime) and of course the huge international hit they released early 2020, the Infinity Ink cover ’Infinity’, as well as covers and remixes for Bob Sinclar (‘World, Hold On’), Stromae (‘Alors On Danse’). It’s turned them into the global players they are today, thanks to their unique sound, drenched in brazilian bass and contemporary electronic music.
Making a claim to fame with sturdy and melodic tunes, this duo has become synonymous with the rise of the brazilian bass genre. Just listen to records like 2017’s ‘Sunshine’ and ‘Your Body’, 2018’s ‘Keep On Lovin’, or last year’s ‘Save Me Now’, and you hear an act that keeps discovering new sounds, blending deep rhythms with pop or progressive influences.
And yes, it’s all you hoped it would be. This tune has the potential of a club anthem, with its sweet blend of brazilian bass, vocal house and powerful electro vibes. There’s a cool, subtle dance beat opening the record, supporting a series of moody vocal lines. It’s these vocals that take the song next level, articulating the ‘good good’ chorus so the bass can follow with all its energy.
Dubdogz says: “This is a special track for us, not only because of the hype it’s receiving from several big artists in the industry, but mainly because it is a collaboration with two of our best friends, Pedro and Lugui from Cat Dealers. Everyone in Brazil was expecting for this collaboration ever since since the two projects came out, It`s a strong Slap House that combine the sound and characteristics of both projects.”
Once this bass line drops, the song really comes alive. Sweet sound effects and percussion make sure everything keeps moving in full swing, giving the tune a funky house rhythm that’s nicely intertwined with those catchy vocals.
Cat Dealers states: “Dubdogz is a duo that we really enjoy and with whom we’ve been friends for a long time. In 2018, we released a bootleg of ‘Nation’, and, since then, we’ve been talking about making another track together, this time an original one. Now, three years later, we’re releasing ‘Good Good’, a song that ended up combining very well the elements and music styles of both projects. We’re super excited for this release.”
The result is a sweaty piece of club music, a fierce DJ weapon and for sure a classic tune that’s worthy of the two tastemaker duo’s that are behind it. Dancefloors will love this one for a long time; ’Good Good’ is only getting better.