After a brief foray back to the more easy going, almost deep house territory that he went with “Flyaway”, the Toronto based producer AutoErotique is now back with what his fans have come to expect as of late. Titled “Woof”, his latest is sure to please not only his fan base, but most with an interest in house music.

The song begins with a powerful kick and steady percussion. A sample of Missy Elliot’s “Work It” is then introduced where it works in tandem with a winding synth and authoritative drums to keep the energy high. There is then a short break where a rising synth brings the song to climax once again. Seeing as how it is titled “Woof”, it is only appropriate to find that dog howls are featured in the build.

The song received massive amounts of play time during Miami Music Week and is sure to be a hit for AutoErotique. No word yet on when it will be available for download, however we’re hoping he makes it available soon.