Since setting standards to an all-time-high with collaborations alongside the likes of Avicii and Norman Doray, French House pundit Sebastien Drums has had the gruelling task of maintaining the consistency of his earlier breakthroughs. Successive remixes for David Guetta and further stints for Roger Sanchez’s Stealth Records imprint suggest that instead of ducking behind the big time guise, Sébastien Aumiphin has backed the hype with a proven dexterity for moment-making club anthems both on his own terms and alongside the industry’s finest. Joining the renowned Dutch voice box behind Fedde Le Grand’s ‘Running’ Mitch Crown, the duo deploy an emotive banger of momentous moments and heartrending melodic play make for a proud notch in both aspiring star’s discographies.

Proving that relations between Britain and the peers over the pond aren’t so strained anymore, Liverpool’s own Dave Whelan and Mike Di Scala hammer home a proud instalment of rich melodic trinkets and beefy kicks to mark yet more positive noise from the more subtle side of the European House explosion. Exceeding the original as far as backbone and energy is concerned, their remix brightens an already shining package for Spinnin Records and this affirmative collection of eclectic studio talents.

Sebastien Drums feat. Mitch Crown – Fly Again (Incl. Whelan & Di Scala Remix) [Spinnin Records] – Beatport Link

Sebastien Drums feat. Mitch Crown – Fly Again

Sebastien Drums feat. Mitch Crown – Fly Again (Whelan & Di Scala Remix)

Words by Dan Carter

3 Comments to “Release: Sebastien Drums – Fly Again (Incl. Whelan & Di Scala Remix)”

  • The remix is great! :D 2:20 in the background you can actually hear the Michael Calfan – Ressurection! :) Great remix thoo!

  • Yeah the Whelan & Di Scala Remix has copied Michael Calfan – Ressurection in the break 2:20..

    I really don’t mind producers taking inspiration but when they copy stuff right off that is just horrible.. What makes it even worse is that the remix is really good, why put that in there?

  • If you say this little part is copied from Calfan’s Resurrection, then it also should sound like Calfan’s, but it doesn’t in my opinion. It just has the same rythm, for me it is rather on the basis of the track, but not really copied at all.

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