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Long-serving Dutchman Sander van Doorn and Spinnin’ Records darlings DubVision join forces with American duo Mako to reveal the name of their much talked about collaboration as ‘Into The Light’, formerly known as the mysterious, unidentified song that has appeared in Sander van Doorn’s sets of late.

This newschool/oldschool affair of poignant synth play and soft vocals from Los Angeles singer Mariana Bell marks one of the stronger contenders for the Miami seasons.

Out on Beatport

Long-serving Dutchman Sander van Doorn and Spinnin’ Records darlings DubVision join forces with American duo Mako to reveal the name of their much talked about collaboration as ‘Into The Light’, formerly known as the mysterious, unidentified song that has appeared in Sander van Doorn’s sets of late.

Bagging a #2 spot on the night edition of this year’s DMC World Miami Buzz Chart, this newschool/oldschool affair of poignant synth play and soft vocals from Los Angeles singer Mariana Bell marks one of the stronger contenders for the Miami seasons.

Update (22/3): The official music video has been released and the release date has been revealed as April 29th.

Off the back of laying down a Swedish House Mafia-approved number of Discopolis’ ‘Committed To Sparkle Motion‘ for Axwell’s Axtone Records, DubVision are back to release their third original release on Spinnin’ Records in the form of ‘Redux’.

Armed with their signature hard-hitting synth play and blissful melodics, ‘Redux’ sees the brotherly Dutch duo make a mark of quality with a track that may lack in overall originality, but excels on the merits of invigorating energy.

Out today on Beatport.

Since their peak-time adaption of Moby’s infamous ‘In This World’ early last year, Victor and Stephan Leicher have been making affirmative progression with their signature hard-hitting synth play. But back in true DubVision fashion for the New Year, the brotherly Dutch duo take on remix duties for frequent Australian collaborators Royaal and Venuto’s new single ‘Summertime’. Utilizing AJ Smith’s majestic vocal line with slow-burning builds of militant drum work and beautifully orchestrated synths, DubVision’s remix may not bring anything new to the table but makes for yet another solid addition to their back catalogue.

Out today on Beatport.

Off the back of laying down a Swedish House Mafia-approved number of Discopolis’ ‘Committed To Sparkle Motion‘ for Axwell’s Axtone Records, DubVision are back at Spinnin’ Records to preview their third original release on the label in ‘Redux’.

Armed with their signature hard-hitting synth play and blissful melodics, ‘Redux’ sees the brotherly Dutch duo make a mark of quality with a track that lacks in overall originality, but excels on the merits of invigorating energy.

Out March 8th.

Since utilizing the sample work of Moby for their breakthrough single ‘All By Myself’ for Spinnin Records, brotherly Dutch duo DubVision have been in high esteem throughout 2012. In their debut mark for Axtone, the hotly tipped production outfit take on the uplifting vocal work of Discopolis for their remodel of ‘Committed To Sparkle Motion’.

Using their own signature drops and powerful, uplifting synth progressions, the duo turn the Edinburgh indie trio’s emotive persona towards the realms of peak time club fuel with a result that ticks the boxes of both consistent quality and energy. Having been dubbed as two of Axwell’s favorite producers of late in a recent video interview, this blistering label debut suggests a strong alignment between the labels trendsetting ethos and DubVision’s equally promising prospects on the global Dance spectrum.

More remixes will follow.

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Words by Dan Carter

Mixing up the national boundaries usually regimented within Dance music, Brotherly Dutch studio force Victor and Stephan Leicher, professionally known as DubVision, return to Spinnin’ Records to follow up the Swedish House Mafia-approved ‘All By Myself‘ with ‘You & I’ alongside Canadian duo Project 46 and vocalist Donna Lewis.

Eerily similar to the Moby-sampled predecessor, the hard-hitting synth play and emotive resonance of this Dutch-Canadian collaborative effort make for something of a signature track for the Dutch brothers ahead of their forthcoming remix release on Axtone Records.

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Mixing up the national boundaries usually regimented within Dance music, Brotherly Dutch studio force Victor and Stephan Leicher, professionally known as DubVision, return to Spinnin Records to follow up the Swedish House Mafia-approved ‘All By Myself‘ with ‘You & I’ alongside Canadian duo Project 46 and vocalist Donna Lewis.

Eerily similar to the Moby-sampled predecessor, the hard-hitting synth play and emotive resonance of this Dutch / Canadian collaborative effort make for something of a signature track for the Dutch brothers ahead of their forthcoming remix release on Axtone Records.

Due out September 17 on Spinnin’ Records.

Update: The official music video has been released.

Spinnin approved brotherly force Victor and Stephan Leicher may not be household names, but having bagged one of the industry’s leading imprints and gained some pre-emptive support from the likes of David Guetta and Armin van Buuren, the Dutch duo are showing all the makings of a full blown European explosion. Sampling the familiar of masterful Electro chill maestro Moby’s ‘In This World’, DubVision drive a solid peak time backbone into the ins and outs of that heart-rending assortment of melodramatic chords and emotive vocals. Emerging from the prior with an adrenaline-fuelled assortment of Progressive House grooves, their knack for hard-hitting synth play and distinct rhythmic endeavours make for a promising addition to the duos unfolding discography in a slightly less predictable manner than that of their many competing Dutch peers.

DubVision – All By Myself [Spinnin Records] – Beatport Link

Words by Dan Carter

Spinnin approved brotherly force Victor and Stephan Leicher may not be household names, but having bagged one of the industry’s leading imprints and gained some pre-emptive support from the likes of David Guetta and Armin van Buuren, the Dutch duo are showing all the makings of a full blown European explosion. Sampling the familiar of masterful Electro chill maestro Moby’s ‘In This World’, DubVision drive a solid peak time backbone into the ins and outs of that heart-rending assortment of melodramatic chords and emotive vocals. Emerging from the prior with an adrenaline-fuelled assortment of Progressive House grooves, their knack for hard-hitting synth play and distinct rhythmic endeavours make for a promising addition to the duos unfolding discography in a slightly less predictable manner than that of their many competing Dutch peers.

‘All By Myself’ is due to be released February 27th via Spinnin Records.

Words by Dan Carter

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