In a prosperous season of fine Dutch talent across the board, one track has definitely shone a bright light for the Netherlands and its sterling output of burly club gems. Where the devastating duo of Afrojack and heavy handed Dutch peer R3hab set the record straight with ‘Prutataaa’ for 2011, its new year reincarnation promises to extend the shelf life of one of last years spotlight releases for Wall Recordings.
Swedish masters of the fuzz Dada Life, now a globetrotting stronghold within European Electro House, deal in a concise yet heavy-laced rekindling of the originals meaty basis. Bringing their signature distorted play and subtle melodic rearrangement of the lead work, their quirky yet relentless stylings bring an appealing dimension to the outright Dutch anthem.
Under the skilful hands of Indonesian Housemonger Angger Dimas, this seminal offering is given a powerful kick up the ass, using the originals distinctive lead play to launch a prominent remodel of blasting big room vibes and screaming chord play. Building on the originals outright anthemic appeal the finished article is a worthy breath of fresh energy into this stand out collaboration.
Words by Dan Carter