Hot on the heels from the hotly discussed Generation Wild Tour across the U.S. alongside Deniz Koyu, Mikael Weermets and Danny Avila, New York’s dBerrie returns to Fedde Le Grand and Funkerman’s Flamingo Recordings for his third release on the label in ‘Zenith’.
Already boasting the seal of approval from David Guetta, ‘Zenith’ digresses from the synth-laden sound scope that has pervaded his two previous Flamingo releases for a hard-hitting track of glitchy and grainy Electro House.
Out today on Beatport.
In the wake of last year’s successful original release, aspiring Spanish DJ Danny Avila looks to extend the shelf life of his debut single ‘Breaking Your Fall’ with a four-track remix package courtesy of two acts from each side of the pond.
Swapping the original’s bright synth lines for pulsing beats and raw energy throughout, dBerrie, Mikael Weermets, Lucky Date and Sick Individuals are on hand to lay down four hard-hitting numbers of the synth-laden original mix.
Out today on Beatport.
Club-friendly remixes of indie pop bands isn’t exactly the stuff of rocket science of late. But in a wholehearted attempt to take London’s Passion Pit to the global dancefloor, New York residing dBerrie follows up from last month’s take on Gossip’s ‘Perfect World‘ to replace the rhythmic drum lines of the Cambridge band’s ‘Take A Walk’ with a mixture of grinding highs and soothing lows. Building upon what his unofficial remix of Gotye’s chart-topping ‘Somebody That I Used To Know’ set in motion some five months back, his latest addition of heavy synth work and chugging sounds continues the streak of infectious dBerrie remodels of indie pop groups from across the spectrum while bringing something a tad more unique to the table.
Riding on a wave of international acclaim following his heavily supported take on Gotye and Kimbra’s belter ‘Somebody That I Used To Know,’ dBerrie returns with another generous free giveaway in tow. Despite more recognized by his more recent studio exploits, fact is that this New York residing producer with an affinity for unofficial remixes has been gaining momentum since his take on Adele early last year.
But in a bid to continue making his mark on clubland, David Berrie takes a fierce approach to American indie rock trio Gossip’s ‘Perfect World’ for his now given away entry in the on-going remix contest. Showcasing a heavy take on the often piano dominated Progressive House, dBerrie blends momentous pitchbends and dark, grinding chords for one of his most potent offerings to date.
Going on the heels of their latest single release - Confronted alongside Daniel Carello which was featured in the 4th volume of Chuckie’s Dirty Dutch Digital compilation – and their remixes of Feel The Love and Doin’, the Canadian Julian Dzeko teams up with his wingman Luis Torres yet again to follow in the footprints of the uncovering of their acid-influenced remix of Can’t Wait with the catchy collaboration with David Berrie a.k.a DBerrie as representatives of Mark Mendes’ Starter Records imprint. Coming with a downtempo vibe, suited for the hotly anticipated Summer times, Get F’d Up is ready to be heating up pool parties and dance events across the globe with its sophisticated sound.