Leave it to Dillon Francis to put even more bass in his remix of a song that already has “bass” in its title. The moombahton mainstay and EDM class clown has revealed that he’s working on a remix of Oliver Heldens and Tiësto’s “Wombass” that brings the modulated bass line hum of the original to even lower frequencies.
During a studio session in which he was working on the remix, Francis tweeted the following:
soon 🙂 pic.twitter.com/aR3ZAvFFlS
— Dillon Francis (@DILLONFRANCIS) January 20, 2016
By what you can glean from the short snippet above, the Dillon Francis remix of “Wombass” switches up the rhythm and drops the BPM to arround 110 – in addition to lowering the pitch of the original’s modulated synth line. Since it’s not exactly something that Tiësto would release on Musical Freedom Recordings or Heldens would put out through Heldeep, it’s a no-brainer that the track will almost surely come out on Mad Decent (to which Francis is signed).
We’ll be sure to keep our ear to the ground for more release information on Dillon Francis‘ remix of Tiësto and Oliver Heldens’ “Wombass” and will let you know when we learn more.