As premiered in Tiësto’s Club Life show in late August was the fresh collaboration in between Dimitri VegasLike Mike and Promise Land called Alarma. The Belgium-based brothers have a well-recognizable pair after being behind an impeccable streak of hit singles this year with releases like The Way We See The WorldGeneration X, Madagascar, Stomp and the 2011 cut out of AME’s REJ original on their shelves. Having become the headliners of Belgium’s House export as a result to their remarkable rise over the past year, the siblings team up with the Italian’s of Promise Land for the single that is already seeing early support from the likes of Bob Sinclar and Tiësto to name a couple. Not only have we seen the rapid ascent of the Belgians this year, but a massive growth of the Italy duo has struck the industry recurringly with the tips of EndlessHeaven and the remixes for You’re In My Heart and You Found Me.

Spiked by a swipingly pounding array of drum lines in a contrast with Dutch house-influenced sound blows, the Holland-bred Mitch Crown literally crowns this gem and its highly-pitched break-down with a dash of his sensitive voice for the fronting vocal version of Alarma. Aboard is also a slightly edited Miami 305 Mix on behalf of the Italy duo. The package is set for release on December 19th via Smash The House, have a listen!

Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike & Promise Land feat. Mitch Crown – Alarma (Make Your Body Sing)
Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike & Promise Land – Alarma (Miami 305 Mix)

/Anton

6 Comments to “Preview: Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike, Promise Land & Mitch Crown – Alarma”

  • Just me who thinks that the drop is like, super identical? :o

  • prefer the instrumental, still, one heckofa track

  • Instrumental is better

  • Har låten släppts än eller? Hittar den ingenstans.

  • Christoffer: Den har tyvärr inte släppts än. Kommer publicera en release post så fort den har släppts.

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