Becoming a label platform of the highest notch thanks to an exclusive scope of nothing but club- and festival anthems, Musical Freedom Records, with a row of hits like Zero 76, Future Folk, Mush Mush, Epic and K2 out, brings back Tiësto’s recently released fifth single of 2011 – Maximal Crazy – for a revision from the tribe behind Wall’s tremendous Sending My Love single – R3hab and Swanky Tunes. The Wall installment that’s currently awaiting a horde of remixes to be released, including the recently uncovered one from Kaskade, has become their forte over the past two months and from the looks of its recurrent playlistings from heavyweights like Swedish House Mafia, its advancement is still on the rise.
The dominating arpeggio of the original is disassembled for a complete remake with only a couple of leading elements remaining. Flipping from an uplifting breakdown and anthemic chords into a rough, dark and throbbingly sweeping ambience of all the minor and major ingredients to fulfil a full-on set weapon of floor filling ability, Maximal Crazy prepares to make further impact on the global charts.
As evenly impressive as their debut appearance on the record label of Tiësto, Marlon Flohr and Ralph van Hilst, who combined make up the Dutch Bassjackers duo, give a taste of their return to the Musical Freedom imprint, for which they have remixed the label honcho’s mighty Maximal Crazy single. Joining in alongside the monstrous R3hab and Swanky Tunes remix, the Holland-raised pair currently based in Amsterdam have undoubtedly made themselves worthy of firmly planting their name on the list of DJ’s and producers to watch soar in near future. Coming back from a remix on Dada Life’s White Noise / Red Meat, the underestimated take on Kid Massive and Peyton’s A Little Louder and an EP on Wall Recordings, Bassjackers follow up their essential set anthem, Mush Mush, with the dark, distorted sounds in conjunction with killer baselines making up the second installment on one of electronic dance music’s most influential record labels to date. It has also been supported by the likes and plays of David Guetta, whom was recently voted the world’s number one in DJ Mag’s Top 100 poll.