Bona Fide Drops New Release On, All Day I Dream

The eight track EP is out now via Lee Burridge’s record label.

Bona Fide has also released organic house tracks on labels such as TRYBESof, Anjunadeep and Kindisch.

Amsterdam-based DJ and producer Bona Fide makes his triumphant return to Lee Burridge’s All Day I Dream label to release the Entropy double-EP.

Bona Fide first contributed to the label in 2020, collaborating with Lost Desert on ‘No Strings Attached,’ which charted for several weeks on Beatport’s Top 10 tracks. He has since been featured on All Day I Dream’s Summer Sampler 2021 and Summer Sampler 2022 compilations, in both instances collaborating with his close friend Draso.

For his debut EP release on All Day I Dream, Bona Fide showcases a diverse repertoire of sounds across the eight tracks. The record kicks off with the title track, where Bona Fide eases the listener in with soft percussion before incorporating fluttering melodic textures. Another highlight from the A-side is ‘Kikiri’ – a mesmerizing composition spanning nine and a half minutes which features filtered chanting over an enduring drum pattern, balanced out by mystical synth harmonies. On the B-Side, Bona Fide recruits Zone+ to collaborate on ‘Alter Ego’, a stripped-down groover with an infectious bass-line, and Wassu to collaborate on ‘Love Sparkles,’ a joyous track with maximum danceability.

Entropy may sound familiar to some, as unreleased cuts from the record have been staples of Lee Burridge sets worldwide over the last year and a half. Bona Fide’s main stage performance at the inaugural All Day I Dream Festival in Northern California left fans wondering when he would next be featured on the label. Delivering the eight track Entropy EP to be released in both digital and physical format, Bona Fide makes a massive contribution to All Day I Dream, as the world-renowned label adds another wonderful EP to their catalog.

You can buy a copy HERE


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