Grammy-nominated Australian DOM DOLLA is experiencing a meteoric rise. His signature style of house music is connecting with global audiences, and he is recognised as one of the most exciting producers in electronic music.
Dom discovered dance music when his Mother handed him a copy of Basement Jaxx’s 2001 album ‘Rooty". In his late teens Dom spent weekends hosting pub-discos and DJing at parties whilst working as a graphic designer during the week. In 2015, Dom was encouraged to quit his day job to pursue his obsession with music and production.
Dom emerged with a string of critically acclaimed club hits: Define, You and Be Randy. His breakout year followed the release of ‘Take It’, San Frandisco, Pump The Breaks and Moving Blind. In 2022, Dolla released Strangers ft. Mansionair, and succeeded it with the globally acclaimed Miracle Maker ft. Clementine Douglas (BBC Radio 1 Hottest Record In The World). 2023 has undoubtedly been his biggest yet. Rhyme Dust’ w/ MK - one of the most celebrated tracks of 2023, ‘Eat Your Man’ w/ the Grammy award-winning Nelly Furtado, and Saving Up (added to BBC Radio 1 playlist).
His distinct sound has caught the attention of the biggest names in music, delivering official remixes for Dua Lipa, Gorillaz feat. Tame Impala, Calvin Harris, Rufus Du Sol, The Martinez Brothers & Louie Vega ft Marc E. Bassy.
Dolla’s catalogue is fast approaching 1 BILLION streams, with 4x Platinum Certified, 6x Gold Certified, 10x ARIA nominated, 2x ARIA award winner. In 2023, Dom Dolla was nominated for 6 ARIA awards, including Best Solo Artist and Song of the Year, and received a Grammy nomination for his remix of Gorillaz ‘New Gold’ feat. Tame Impala & Bootie Brown.
Dom’s dedication & craft has been recognised by Rolling Stone, Mixmag and Forbes, as well as being labelled Billboard Dance’s ‘One To Watch’, awarded Dancing Astronaut ‘Artist Of The Year’, nominated at WMC’s International Dance Music Awards for ‘Breakthrough Artist’ and was celebrated on the cover of DJ Mag.
DOM DOLLA Plus, special guests to be announced
The Telegraph Building, Belfast
24th February 2024