Joining in alongside tracks like Nom De Strip and TJR’s My Life and Tommy Trash’s Blair Bitch Project is also the rapidly ascending Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike to take part of the first volume of Dim Mak Records‘ new series of compilations named New Noise. The well-reputed record label of Steve Aoki that released Dada Life’s White Noise / Red Meat hit in early February among dozens of other successful makings reverts back from their recent release from Spencer & Hill, entitled Dance, to uncover a taster for Stomp – the latest club-banger from the Belgium brothers. Flashing back on a year crammed with stellar releases like the remix on One Look together with Axwell, Generation X on Size, 2011’s Tomorrowland anthem called The Way We See The World as well as having a superior bunch of tracks coming up, such as Rej and Alarma, the Belgium duo stand unconquered on the grounds of their hard-hitting sounds. Flipping from a piping array of tones, strongly influenced by Dutch House, that promptly ceases to pave the way for a short and brilliant drum loop, raising the anticipation for the stupendous take-off, Stomp is headed towards the headquarters of Dim Mak to headline their first compilation that is due out October 4th.


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