Widely popular electronic music act, Dom Dolla, took over Los Angeles’ NOVA Nightclub on October 15th and 16th, providing house music fanatics with an energetic four-on-the-floor DJ performance. As clubs and festivals steadily return from the shutdown of the pandemic, many artists are ecstatic to perform, throwing down a multitude of classic hits and, of course, a slew of unreleased IDs.
The Nocturnal Times had the chance to witness the club energy from Dom Dolla’s October 16th show, which was filled with driving bass lines, dance energy from the four-on-the-floor rhythm, and catchy vocal ad-libs that had the crowd screaming. The supporting artists’ Bones and Torren Foot had set up Dom Dolla perfectly by playing a plethora of house tunes that warmed up the crowd and dance floor. As Dom Dolla played his intro song, there was a sudden rise of energy within the dance floor and it never seemed to die throughout his set at any time. The crowd definitely partied together when Dom Dolla played his hit classics like, “Take It”, “Pump The Breaks,” “San Frandisco,” and many unreleased IDs.
As clubs and festivals confidently make their resurgence back into people’s lives, acts like Dom Dolla are bound to also boldly make their return. House fanatics that especially love tech house should always try to attend a Dom Dolla show, as it is an energetic and epic experience that will leave you wanting more.