Jungle Rework Dornik’s ‘Stand In Your Line’

Jungle Rework Dornik’s ‘Stand In Your Line’

‘Stand In Your Line’ (Jungle Edit)
Debut Self-Titled Album Out Now

“When your music is drawing comparisons to The Weeknd, Frank Ocean, Miguel and even Michael Jackson, you’re doing something right.” -MTV
“Dornik has come out of leftfield to release one of the best quality and most addictive pop records of recent times.” -Clash Magazine
“Croydon’s answer to Michael Jackson glistens with palatial poolside opulence” -The Guardian
“Croydon crooner Dornik is the pop star 2015 really needed” -Complex Magazine
“A funked up sound of the summer gem” -Sunday Times Culture
“Drive sounds like The Neptunes reborn” -NME

Dornik released his self-titled debut album last week on PMR Records and now Jungle have stepped up with their signature take on his latest single ‘Stand In Your Line’. Classified as an edit opposed to a remix, it sounds like Dornik taking centre stage with his standout soulful vocal and Jungle right behind him.

Listen to ‘Stand In Your Line’ (Jungle Edit) HERE

Co-written and produced by Dornik, with Grammy award winning US producer Pop Wansel (Alicia Keys, J Cole, Kendrick Lamar, Ariana Grande, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, Kanye West, Big Sean), ‘Stand In Your Line’ was mixed by the legendary Russ Elevado who’s best known for his work on D’Angelo’s Voodoo, and also for his work with Rick Rubin, The Roots, Erykah Badu and many more.

Dornik has already completed 2 of his 3 London shows this week, closing out this evening with a special show at Brixton Jamm. He has also been confirmed to perform at Pitchfork Paris on October 30, on the same bill as headliner Bjork.

Dornik Live Shows:

14/08 – Brixton Jamm – London (Tickets)
30/10 – Pitchfork Festival – Paris

Dornik: Facebook | Soundcloud | You Tube | Twitter | Instagram

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Jungle Rework Dornik’s ‘Stand In Your Line’