Now scaling the globe with outright chainsaw madness, Dutch Electro wiz R3hab certainly set himself in motion with inaugural Wall Recordings endeavour ‘The Bottle Song’. But revisited for a long-overdue release this month, some of the globes finest rising talents are summoned to breath new life into this very worthy breakthrough.
Stepping up to the mark after successive releases for Hardwell’s Revealed imprint, potent Dutch newcomer Dyro is first to bat for the remix package. Playing on the familiar simplicity of the original, his extensive layers of delicate melodics and grinding synths work in perfect unision to land a competent extension of the original’s energy.
Already grinding and banging their way into the spotlight on numerous occasions, Brazilian Electro House duo Darth & Vader go Dutch on their own Electro fuelled terms. Adding a deeper shade of eclectic key work to the originals familiar chord sequence, their intrinsically euphoric synth leads the path to ferocious chunk of adrenaline soaked club fuel from South America’s best kept secret until now.
Darth & Vader Remix
Having followed in the footsteps of his afformentioned Dutch peer, Breda peer and label mate Dannic is the next homegrown talent to take on the chainsaw master. Taking an inherently Progressive approach to his remix, the young Dutch producer leads with strong melodies and potent leads for this peak time take on ‘The Bottle Song’.
Returning back to the Netherlands for the final extension of R3hab’s popular outing, Netherlands heavy-stepper D-Wayne signals the finale of the remix package with a notably boisterous take on the track. Transitioning lucidly from the originals melodic build, the young Dim Mak approved mogul drives a sturdy dose of low-end Electro fuel into the equation that grinds and peaks in all the right places.
Words by Dan Carter
Unearthed by Afrojack in early February for a release on his Wall Recordings, Dutch up and comer D-Wayne follows up the prosperity from Distance with a new instalment on Steve Aoki’s well-reputed Dim Mak Records. The record label that has a bunch of club bangers behind them like Dance by Spencer & Hill, the John Dahlback remix of The Joker and Tommy Trash’s Blair Bitch Project is now scooping a production from Holland and this Eindhoven-based producer. Known for having a certain Midas-like touch to his outlets, PUNK’d is certainly no exception with its brilliantly stuttering tones and overall stirring distinction.
Unearthed by Afrojack in early February for a release on his Wall Recordings, Dutch up and comer D-Wayne follows up the prosperity from Distance with a new instalment on Steve Aoki’s well-reputed Dim Mak Records. The record label that has an armada of forthcoming club bangers like Dance by Spencer & Hill and Tommy Trash’s Blair Bitch Project is now scooping a production from Holland and this Eindhoven-based producer. Known for having a certain Midas-like touch to his outlets, PUNK’d is certainly no exception with its brilliantly stuttering tones and overall stirring distinction. It’s due out October 4th, have a listen!
The Eindhoven-based DJ and producer Dwayne Megens a.k.a D-Wayne has an exceptional awareness of music and recently installed himself on Afrojack’s prestigious Wall Recordings dropping his massive new production called Distance, check it out!
/Jesper & Anton
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