Another top-class collaboration is in full swing. Given a first play in Mark Knight’s Essential Mix last night on BBC Radio 1, Fedde Le Grand and Nicky Romero’s hot off the press-single named Freaky is emerging Toolroom Records, the picky record label of Knight. Responsible for one of 2011’s most recognized club-bangers, the remix of Flash, the rising star that is Romero is putting his head together with homeland superstar, Fedde Le Grand, whose global reputation has reached eminence ever since releasing the Put Your Hands Up For Detroit hit in 2006. Following up Autosave and Running, Fedde is unearthing another aspiring shooting-star for a production, worthy its share of recognition. Nothing but unstoppable seems to be the words to describe this offensive record that is starting to cause impact on the scene with distorted sounds, pounding drums and robotic vocals at its mercy.

*Updated preview


3 Comments to “Preview: Fedde Le Grand & Nicky Romero – Freaky [Toolroom]”

  • this is my favorite track this date!!

  • I heard this yesterday in Zürich

  • The vocals feels a bit like daft punk – technologic! but i like :D

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