Dimension unleashes his debut album ‘Organ’

Out now, Dimension’s recently released ‘Organ’ features 17 tracks; alongside 9 unreleased new songs, the album includes Dimension’s previous singles ‘Offender,’ ‘Remedy’ (feat. TS Graye), ‘Saviour’ (feat. Sharlene Hector), ​‘Hatred’ (feat E11E), and the UK chart hit collaboration with Sub Focus, ‘Desire.’ Elsewhere, ‘Organ’ features Liam Bailey, MC GQ, Arctic Lake, Cameron Hayes, Billy Lockett (Culture Shock, ‘Love To Give’), Poppy Baskcomb, and Clementine Douglas.

Produced, engineered, and mixed by Dimension, ‘Organ’ is the result of a singular mind, a focused musical identity that the artist has been building towards throughout his career. This vision will be further encapsulated with the return of live touring in 2021, including a headline LIVE show at London’s Printworks. The album artwork concept was conceived by Dimension and designed in conjunction with designers, Big Active, and features a glimpse into the mind of Dimension, with a final stunning gatefold LP edition image.

A hard-hitting, rave-inspired fusion of acid trance, drum & bass and hardcore ‘Offender’ was a reminder that Dimension has his roots firmly planted in the club world. It was preceded by ‘Remedy’ which features vocals from future star TS Graye, and was co-written by renowned singer-songwriter Raye, who has previously worked on Dimension singles ‘Desire’ and ‘Black Church.’ The track was Rene LaVice’s Tune Of The Week on BBC Radio 1 and featured on Spotify playlists New Music Friday UK, Massive Dance Hits, and saw Dimension grace the cover of Massive Drum & Bass. The accompanying music video was shot on location in Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy, a UNESCO World Heritage site which inspired set design for The Lord of the Rings.

‘Remedy’ follows ‘Saviour,’ which was co-written with ​Jem Cooke and features ​Sharlene Hector (Duke Dumont / Basement Jaxx). Released in the summer, ‘Saviour’ has had in excess of 5 million global streams, was made Tune Of The Week on BBC Radio 1, and saw Dimension on the cover of Spotify’s New Dance Revolution.

With touring on hold in 2020 due to the pandemic, Dimension celebrated the release of ​‘Saviour’ ​with a ​special livestream event featuring top-of-the-range production at London’s world famous Brixton Academy. The close of 2019 saw him unveil ​DIMENSION LIVE​, his sold-out debut live show at London’s prestigious Electric Brixton that attracted critical acclaim from ​Mixmag, RA, DJ Mag, Red Bull​, and beyond. The first immersive, multi-sensory experience in dance music, the show debuted ​Dimension’s showpiece glass mechanical structure – the centerpiece of a production that included a 50-piece state-of-the-art lighting system, laser walls, the largest ever LED screen to be installed in the venue, pyrotechnics, and for the first time in a live music environment, scentology.

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