Having upped the ante for Belgium’s part in the global Dance explosion considerably throughout 2012, brotherly duo Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike are back to kickstart 2013 with their eagerly-awaited collaborative effort alongside Moguai titled ‘Mammoth.’

First premiered in the official aftermovie for Tomorrowland 2012, the official preview reveals that the high-octane ‘Mammoth’ will be dropping just in time for the hustle and bustle of this year’s Miami Music Week. Pitting crunchy low-end riffage alongside slickly crafted synths, ‘Mammoth’ plays out aptly to it’s title and looks to set in motion what appears to be a year with their names written all over it.

‘Mammoth’ is released March 4th on Spinnin’ Records.

Update: The official video clip is now live.

20 Comments to “Preview: Dimitri Vegas, Moguai & Like Mike – Mammoth”

  • Finally !

  • 2013 is off to an amazing start! Huge song!!

  • yessssss!!!! <3 loving this right now!

  • Any news on Wakanda?

  • Preview is down, please update the link

  • Broken link

  • March???? Seriously??? What the fuck is wrong with these people?

  • same ole shiet

  • track is finished and are doing promo but releasing in march – super fail! …whoever thought its good idea to delay so long should be fired lol

  • Been waiting for this since Tomorrowland!!

  • mike: Not really. Miami Music Week is a big thing for the Dance music industry and most producers/labels want to release tracks around that time of the year so setting the release for beginning of March is very understandable.

  • Moguai always destroys it. His Crushed Lyme mix is still getting heavy rotation from me.

  • Huuuge!

  • this is huge !

  • This guys, they just Keep Rocking the house!

  • Great song! But unfortunately it’s been played a little too much so I’m kind of tired of it. I’m more excited about their upcoming release Wakanda!

  • Big like!!! Finally some big room that makes sense

  • My GOD! This sucks soo bad!

  • @ O.W please explain why?

  • @Nick
    The lead-synth is disgusting, the melody is boring, IMO.
    And the track itself sounds like most tracks do nowadays.

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