RENE AMESZ AND FERRECK DAWN INTRODUCE ‘DUNCAN’ TO ARMADA SUBJEKT

It’s no secret that in-demand House hero Rene Amesz has no trouble spicing up the underground with his exemplary grooves and he’s doing so again today. In tandem with ‘In Arms’ creator and fellow-countryman Ferreck Dawn, the Rotterdam-based DJ and producer may have just unleashed his most impactful Armada Subjekt release yet: ‘Duncan’.

Listen to Rene Amesz & Ferreck Dawn – Duncan

 

Very rough around the edges and all the more intoxicating because of it, Rene Amesz & Ferreck Dawn’s ‘Duncan’ ensures that the underground remains the best place to spend the night. Armed with gritty beats, infectious vocals and stubby bass, this groove supplier is bound to make the club circuit go into overdrive well into the wee hours of the night.

 

2017 and 2018 have been nothing short of phenomenal years for Rene Amesz. With a range of superbly charting singles (e.g. ‘Lord’ and ‘Rosie’, both of which were made in collaboration with Ferreck Dawn as well), commendable collaborations (such as ‘Live Stream’ with Mark Knight) and a massive list of support that includes scene stars such as Mark Night, Sander Kleinenberg, Groove Armada, Fatboy Slim, Technasia and more, the Dutchman has been making waves across the board and beyond. Translating his distinct groove into clamoring live sets, he continually infects dance music scenes far and wide while continuing to tailor his sound to the dance floor, of which ‘Duncan’ is a sterling example.

 

The man behind 2018 smash hit ‘In Arms’ (#1 in Beatport’s main chart and House chart), Ferreck Dawn is one of the most consistent artists the House scene currently has to offer. Since starting out as a DJ and producer sixteen years back, the Dutchman has released on an array of respected labels – from Defected and Toolroom to Relief and Kitball Records – while gaining support from icons such as Carl Cox, Luciano, Nic Fanciulli, Maceo Plex, Mark Knight, Green Velvet, Richy Ahmed and Paco Osuna. Add to that his sensationally groove-heavy live sets at or in staple festivals and clubs such as Tomorrowland, Creamfields, Airbeat One, Amsterdam Open Air and Hï Ibiza, and it’s clear for all to see that Ferreck Dawn is currently enjoying a rise of epic proportions.

Ultra Shock – The Sound Of E (Jorn van Deynhoven Remix)

Jorn van Deynhoven has put an old classic back on the map with his remix of ‘The Sound Of E’. It’s a track made to blast through your speakers!

Listen to the track here

No matter where, no matter when, you can always count on Jorn van Deynhoven to turn a long-lost classic into a modern-day floor cracker. Infusing Ultra Shock’s ‘The Sound Of E’ with thumping kick drums, big basslines and wave after wave of lead synth madness, the Dutchman makes sure you’re able to grab yourself a prime-time speaker buster that really gets the crowd going.

 

Ruben de Ronde & Rodg – Togetherr Remixed EP

We’re very happy to receive not just one but three tracks on the Ruben de Ronde & Rodg’s ‘Togetherr Remixed’ EP.

If you’re looking for some smashing tracks to start of your party the ‘Togetherr Remixed’ EP is something for you!

Listen to the EP here.  

Highlighting three of the tracks from Ruben de Ronde x Rodg’s ‘Togetherr Remixed’ album, this EP sees Roovel, Four Days and Melosense offer a smorgasbord of flavors and sounds. From Roovel’s Trance-scented remix of ‘Whoop’ to Four Days’ Downtempo edit of ‘Little Drummer’ and Melosense’s signature remix of ‘BombSquadKittens’, ‘Togetherr Remixed EP’ shows that it all sounds even better as a group.

Armin van Buuren – Be In The Moment (Stoneface & Terminal Remix) [ ASOT500R1 ]

Giving their own spin on Armin van Buuren’s ASOT anthem, Stoneface & Terminal gifted us with a smashing remix of ‘Be In The Moment’!

Listen HERE

A killer take on one of Armin van Buuren’s most exhilarating ASOT anthems, the Stoneface & Terminal Remix of ‘Be In The Moment’ has all the hallmarks of a bulldozing Trance classic. Impactful, energetic and raw, this stupendously crafty cut offers over 7 minutes of non-stop fist-pumping.

W&W AND ARMIN VAN BUUREN ARE ‘READY TO RAVE’ WITH HUGE NEW COLLABORATION

After dropping title track ‘Rave Culture’ as the very first release of their new label (Rave Culture), W&W have lined up a massive collaboration as its banging follow-up. Their next single, ‘Ready To Rave’, sees the current #14 DJs in the world link up with none other than five-time #1 DJ in the world Armin van Buuren, who recognized the duo’s potential at an early stage and got them to join Amsterdam-based record label Armada Music a whopping ten years back.

 

Listen to W&W and Armin van Buuren – Ready To Rave

 

Released in the wake of other smashing collaborations such as ‘If It Ain’t Dutch’ and ‘#D Fat’, W&W and Armin van Buuren’s ‘Ready To Rave’ is yet another monster tune bound to crack main stages in half. Judging by its enormous impact and infectious hooks, it’s no wonder this track has been conquering major festivals across the globe all throughout this year’s summer.

 

Observant fans may have already seen this collaboration coming. At the end of the music video of W&W’s ‘Rave Culture’, Armin van Buuren already played a small cameo role, which hinted toward a possible collaboration between the two globally acclaimed dance music acts in the near future. That moment has arrived today, accompanied by a music video bearing the same futuristic design as its predecessor.

Armin van Buuren“It’s been such a pleasure to see W&W turn from two young, talented boys into one of the most successful dance music duos of our time. Each time we decide to collaborate, we hit it off instantly and get some amazing results in the studio, just like we did now with ‘Ready To Rave’. This track is definitely meant to get people to go nuts and rave relentlessly wherever in the world they are, so I hope everyone likes what we came up with this time.”

 

W&W: “When the idea of starting our Rave Culture label crossed our minds, we knew we wanted to center it around records that could really drive a crowd crazy. ‘Ready To Rave’ fits that bill completely, and it’s always nice to hit the studio with someone who has released many of these tunes. It’s been one of the biggest tracks from our live sets this summer, so we’re having high hopes for this one.”