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With his remix of OneRepublic’s ‘Feel Again’ still in the pipeline awaiting an official release, French Touch extraordinaire Fred Falke is back on remix duty, taking on the latest single from the Nervo sisters, titled ‘Hold On’. Utilizing Mim and Liv’s intimate vocal stylings with elegant melodic turns throughout, Falke replaces the high-energy stylings of the original with a slick display of his signature feel-good synth work.

Out today on Beatport.

With his remix of OneRepublic’s ‘Feel Again’ still in the pipeline awaiting an official release, French Touch extraordinaire Fred Falke is back on remix duty, taking on the latest single from the Nervo sisters, titled ‘Hold On’. Utilizing Mim and Liv’s intimate vocal stylings with elegant melodic turns throughout, Falke replaces the high-energy stylings of the original with a slick display of his signature feel-good synth work.

The remix EP’s for ‘Hold On’ are scheduled for release May 7th and May 28th.

Picking up right where ‘Army’ with Sultan & Ned Shepard and Omarion left off, hit songwriters turned Progressive House sisterly duo Nervo return with their second single release of 2013 in ‘Hold On’, co-produced by R3hab.

Uniting Nervo’s beautiful top line with the synth stylings that have seen them champion countless global festivals and imprints alike, ‘Hold On’ sees the twin sisters dive straight back into their ongoing quest to perfect the melodic vocal anthem.

Out today on Beatport.

First premiered in late 2011, Australian twin sisters Miriam and Olivia Nervo link up with Canadian duo Sultan and Shepherd to release their collaborative debut single on Strictly Rhythm titled ‘Army’.

Leading with the infectious melodics that have pervaded their studio outputs respectively, their turn to the slightly more mainstream coasts of urban crossovers sees them bring aboard pop associate turned all-around enthusiast Omarion. Thankfully, their inoffensive radio-friendly offering marks maybe not their most ambitious track to date, but certainly one that hones in on the exciting mainstream capabilities that they all have worked towards.

Out now on Beatport and Spotify.

First premiered in late 2011, Australian twin sisters Miriam and Olivia Nervo link up with Canadian duo Sultan and Shepherd to officially preview their collective debut on Strictly Rhythm in the form of ‘Army’.

Leading with the infectious melodics that have pervaded their studio outputs, their turn to the slightly more mainstream coasts of urban crossovers sees them bring aboard pop associate turned all-around enthusiast Omarion. Thankfully, their inoffensive radio-friendly offering marks maybe not their most ambitious track to date, but certainly one that hones in on the exciting mainstream capabilities that they all have worked towards.

Out February 5th.

Fresh off having dominated the overall Beatport chart with two weeks at the #1 spot, Nicky Romero and Nervo’s collaborative single ‘Like Home‘ gets the remix treatment from a diverse slew of producers from both sides of the pond.

While Los Angeles-born Dillon Francis embraces his downtempo mindset for a melodic headline remix, Dutch Revealed protégé Dannic serves up a synth-led take of peak-time energy throughout. Rounding out the package with his unorthodox approach to modern House music, Gregor Salto is on hand with a dark remix that balances heavy drum work and grinding chord play.

Out today on Beatport.

Update (21/2): The official music video is now live!



Still hot off the heels of its successful release, highflying Frenchman Norman Doray, sisterly Aussie duo Nervo and Spinnin’ Records unleash the sought-after acapella of ‘Something To Believe In’ as a free download. Acquired courtesy of the vocal talents of aspiring British songstress Janet Ramus, also known as Cookie and for providing the vocals for ‘Lola’s Theme’, the release of this uplifting topline is sure to inspire a consistent slew of remodels for one of the many outright triumphs to emerge from this European landmark in Electronic Dance Music.

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With a landmark year attributable to both their names, recently inaugurated DJ Mag appendage Nicky Romero unites with renowned pop-to-club songwriters turned high-profile sisterly Dance outfit Nervo for ‘Like Home’.

Signed to Romero’s fast-rising Protocol Records imprint, the Dutch producer provides familiar and qualified production values, weaving a canvas of uplifting melodic progressions and tempered beats around the inoffensively radio-friendly vocal stylings courtesy of EMI’s leading sister act. Continuing the streak of pop focused club offerings that Romero has come to master over the past year, ‘Like Home’ proves a relevant and qualified addition to the belts of three talents sure to be set on big things for 2013.

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As officially premiered in this weekend’s episode of Nicky Romero’s Protocol Radio show, Dillon Francis takes on remix duties for Nicky Romero and Nervo’s long-awaited collaborative single, ‘Like Home‘. Never one to rest on his laurels, Francis continues to pursue his forward-thinking take on peak-time Dance music to complement the familiar vocal stylings of EMI’s leading sister act with a melodic, down tempo instrumental. Perhaps more commonly associated with his status as the perpetual clown of Dance music, if this remix is any indication, Francis certainly has more to bring to the table than his sense of humor.

Out December 18th along with remixes from Dannic and Gregor Salto.

With pop-savvy club tracks now pervading the digital market and global club circuit alike, Norman Doray and Nervo’s vocal outing ‘Something To Believe In’ receives a club-focused spree of remix duties from Norwegian duo Carl Louis and Martin Danielle and Russian outfit Hard Rock Sofa.

While Carl Louis and Martin Danielle’s poignant remix brings a key driven emphasis to their signature melodic developments, Hard Rock Sofa ascend from uplifting synth work to embrace the realms of grinding peak time Electro House with a strong low-end twist. Both utilizing Cookie’s strong and radio-friendly vocal line, this collection of European remixers successfully extends the reign of one of the more dignified radio-friendly releases of 2012.

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