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Taking some time out from his collaborative affair with countrymen Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, Belgium-based Tomorrowland resident Yves V unites with Felguk to aid the Brazilian duo’s inauguration to Smash The House with ‘WOW’.

Building on the positive vibes still surrounding the duo’s landmark release of ‘Bassive‘, ‘WOW’ is made up of high-pitched synths and wobble-induced Electro House eerily similar to that of last year’s Felguk gem. But where it may lack in overall originality, it makes up for in solid production values and indisputable festival proof energy.

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Taking some time out from his collaborative affair with countrymen Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Belgium-based Tomorrowland resident Yves V unites with Felguk to aid the Brazilian duo’s inauguration to Smash The House with ‘WOW’.

Building on the positive vibes still surrounding the duo’s landmark release of ‘Bassive‘, ‘WOW’ is made up of high-pitched synths and wobble-induced Electro House eerily similar to that of last year’s Felguk gem. But where it may lack in overall originality, it makes up for in solid production values and indisputable festival proof energy.

‘WOW’ is out September 24 on Smash The House.

Previously attributed to the ranks of aspiring Electro House hopefuls, rising Brazilian duo Felguk ditch the realms of heayset club fuel with their latest studio offering ‘Move It Right’. Opting for a funk-led soundscope of sharp horns and chopped guitar licks over the grind of their previous outings, the duo motion forward with a summer-proof installment of uplifting House music. Set to feature on the new Fifa Street soundtrack and available as a free download, Felguk add another shade of inspiration to their otherwise glowing name for quality Dance music.

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Felguk feat. Sirreal – Move It Right

Anyone who missed Dirty South and Thomas Gold’s first collaborative endeavour ‘Alive’ alongside Kate Elsworth had no excuse to let their triumphant return to the limelight pass over their heads. On the mark despite his considerable youth, fresh-faced Scandinavian Lenno bumps some perky middle-ground fuzz into the emotively charged anthem of universally collected talent for a sound remix of the already well-endowed original.

Taking a back seat to Lenno’s repporachable remodel, Brazilian duo Felguk make an overtly sudden transition from harrowing keys against Elsworth’s sensational to an overtly tedious outing of wobble-induced Electro House. Replacing its majestic emotive charm midway for a more adrenaline fuelled outing of this untimely Progressive House landmark, their efforts fail to live up the considerable standard set by ‘Bassive‘. Overall, the remix package sucessfully extends the second coming of this winning formula in Electronic elegance.

Dirty South & Thomas Gold feat. Kate Elsworth – Eyes Wide Open (Lenno + Felguk Remixes) [Phazing Records] – Beatport Link
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Dirty South & Thomas Gold feat. Kate Elsworth – Eyes Wide Open (Lenno Remix)
Dirty South & Thomas Gold feat. Kate Elsworth – Eyes Wide Open (Felguk Remix)

Words by Dan Carter

Hailing from the convivial city of Rio de Janeiro, the dominant force that is Felguk, consisting of Felipe Lozinsky and Gustavo Rosenthal, comes out with a brand-new peak-time banger in Bassive. Uncovering a widespread contrast of symphonic and electrifying sounds playing alongside the popular technique of throwing around parts of a vocal to make up a rapturing build-up in the brilliant interlude. Followed by a receding with help from an array of mighty drum lines for a throbbing bass drop to take the wheels, the newest offering out from the Brazil duo sure does live up to its name of being massive, only with a tad of leviathan bass.

Active since late 2007, Felguk are firmly making their mark on clubland along with their rapid ascent and distinguished outputs, teemed with brilliance of trend-setting proportions. Having become a somewhat favourite amongst electro-house heads across the globe lately thanks to the release of the filthy sounds of ‘Jack It’ and their harder and edgier interpret on electro-house over the past two years which they evidently have now left behind to pursue the triumph of a more playful kind of productions as they now release the follow-up to the aforementioned ‘Jack It’ through Dongle Records.

Felguk – Bassive [Dongle Records] – Beatport Link

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