Posts Tagged ‘Spinnin’

Firebeatz – Wonderful [SPINNIN]

Posted: May 8, 2013 by DJ JPH in Electro House
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Slowly but surely, I think Firebeatz are becoming one of EDM’s best duos. With recent hits like, “Dear New York” (with Schella), “Here We F*cking Go,” and “Ding Dong” (with Bobby Burns), Firebeatz do not let up one bit, as their newest single “Wonderful” hits Spinnin’ Records. While slightly different than their usual style, Firebeatz impresses us yet again with beautiful chords, and a great anthemic break. “Wonderful” is definitely shaping up to be one of the biggest hits of summer 2013, and I would not be surprised one bit if Firebeatz cranks out another banger for the summer.

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NEWER EDIT: It is now confirmed that this is a collaboration between Martin Garrix and another artist. However, at this point, the second artist is entirely unknown. Possibilities include Sidney Samson, Bassjackers, and even Dillon Francis. Stay tuned, we’ll give you the latest as soon as we figure it out.

EDIT: With new information found on May 5, 2013, this track has been identified as Martin Garrix and Sidney Samson, making their second collaborative track. Keep an eye on the Dutch youngster Garrix, after his collaborations with Julian Jordan, and Jay Hardway, The 17-year-old seems poised to drop more music on us, announcing that he is working on two tracks together with American moombahton aficionado Dillon Francis.

We all know the usual system of promotion that DJs use these days. Once they finish a track, they play it in the sets as an ID, then once it gets signed, they release a teaser through their record label. It seems like the reverse is happening here, as Spinnin’ Records released a teaser for a track titled “Animals” with absolutely zero information about the artists. While there is much suspicion, and a few commenters offering suggestions, all we know for sure is that this is NOT a new Hardwell track (he commented saying “It’s NOT my track guys, so you know!”). This new banger features the now ever-popular minimal style drop, a heavy bass kick with a few synth notes on top of it. This track is definitely festival-ready, especially with its “motherf-cking animals” sample before it drops.

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Now, this is a combination I would have NEVER expected. Trance master Ferry Corsten collaborates with the Dutch electro duo Bassjackers to release “Collision,”on the Spinnin Records imprint. Described as “electro trouse” on the Bassjackers’ SoundCloud page, this track is surprisingly amazing. Corsten’s work with the melody is second to none, and the Bassjackers electro influence is audible in the drop. Take a listen for yourself, you’ll see what I’m talking about.

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Ummet Ozcan – Here & Now [SPINNIN]

Posted: March 12, 2013 by DJ JPH in Electro House
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For many years, Ummet Ozcan has developed an image that’s very closely related to trance. A lot of his works have been supported by artists like Leon Boiler, Dash Berlin, and the master of ASOT himself: Armin van Buuren. But recently, Mr. Ozcan has been crossing his styles over towards electro house, making a shift similar to that of Tiësto, a former trance mainstay. His second collaboration with Dutch duo W&W (who are making a similar transition), titled “The Code” was an electro track released by Hardwell on his Revealed label, and eventually became a Beatport overall #1. Ummet’s follow up, “Here & Now” encompasses the elements of a trance-influenced melody that leads into a heavy electro drop, which shows his individual style, and his creativity in blurring the lines between the genres of trance and electro.

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DubVision – Redux [SPINNIN]

Posted: March 9, 2013 by DJ JPH in Progressive House
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Known for their melodic but banging sound, and more famous than ever due to Axwell’s support of their take of Discopolis’ “Committed to Sparkle Motion,” the Dutch brothers who make up DubVision have released their follow up single “Redux” on Spinnin. While they have been criticized for having a repetitive sound, their popularity continues to soar, as they begin to make name for themselves in the progressive house industry.

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