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DJ Hanzel, Dillon Francis’s Deep House Alter Ego, Debuts First Original Track

DJ Hanzel, Dillon Francis’s deep house side project, just released his very first original track entitled “Make Me Feel.”

Get ready to go von deeper as this single is subtle, groovy, and (of course) deep. The vocal is soft and further adds to the atmosphere of entrancing beats and glitchy breaks.

It’s a more simplistic take on house than many releases nowadays that’s refreshing and shows why Dillon Francis is at the top of his game.

DJ Hanzel returned this year at Coachella with a surprise set at the Do Lab, revealing his rework of Ciara‘s 2004 hit “Goodies.”

Just this past weekend DJ Hanzel showcased his skills at Nocturnal Wonderland with a set that had the crowd gyrating and grooving to whatever beat he laid down. Then 45 minutes later, he hopped over to the main stage to do a full and bouncy set as Dillon Francis.

It was a feat of performance stamina that is truly commendable.

Listen to “Make Me Feel” below:

Featured image from DJ Hanzel at Dreamsfest 

Written by
Danielle Levy

Danielle Levy is an MBA with a concentration in Corporate Social Responsibility. Danielle has several years of experience in the sustainability education world and has held various positions in human resources and intern management. Danielle is passionate about the ties between sustainability and social impact.

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