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Commemorating the 500th release of Cr2 Records, R3hab, Nari & Milani and MYNC combine forces for their essential Miami contender of the year in the aptly titled ‘#MIAMIBACKAGAIN’. Known for their efforts in the department of ‘big room’ Dance music, their first collaborative production hits something of a middle-ground between their respective signature sounds. Flowing seamlessly from subtle melodic developments into a drum-driven romp of clubworthy carnage, the Pete Tong-approved ‘#MIAMIBACKAGAIN’ continues the trend of triple-threat collaborations with stadium-ready stamina.

Out today on Beatport.

A sought-after staple in their sets over the past several months, famed Dutch remixers R3hab and Quintino unite to release their first collaborative effort in the form of an official remix of ‘Chasing Summers’ by Tiësto.

Chugging and churning with low-end riffage and mechanical beats throughout, R3hab and Quintino’s remix maintains the minimalistic, bass-heavy nature of the original while further proving that persuasive club fuel need not bow to the more obvious hallmarks that the global Dance explosion has consistently mustered.

Out today on Beatport.

Commemorating the 500th release of Cr2 Records, R3hab, Nari & Milani and MYNC combine forces for their essential Miami contender of the year in the aptly titled ‘Miami Back Again’. Known for their efforts in the department of ‘big room’ Dance music, their first collaborative production hits something of a middle-ground between their respective sounds. Flowing seamlessly from subtle melodic developments into a drum-driven romp of clubworthy carnage, ‘Miami Back Again’ continues the trend of triple-threat collaborations with stadium-ready stamina.

Out March 11th.

No stranger to remix duties, Holland’s R3hab unites with Russian Axtone favorites Hard Rock Sofa to put their twist on the Feed Me-produced next single from Example’s latest studio album.

Showing off their dexterity for the coarser side of club fuel, their first collaborative production sits on the slightly heavier side of their studio outputs over the past year. Leaping from chugging Electro House to heavy melodic play, the gritty energy of their take on ‘Perfect Replacement’ make for as unpretentious of a remix as one could have hoped for from a collaboration of this calibre.

Out now on iTunes

A sought-after staple in their sets over the past several months, famed Dutch remixers R3hab and Quintino unite to drop the release date and official preview of their remix duties for Tiësto’s ‘Chasing Summers’.

Chugging and churning with low-end riffage and mechanical beats throughout, R3hab and Quintino’s remix maintains the minimalistic, bass-heavy nature of the original while further proving that persuasive club fuel need not bow to the more obvious hallmarks that the global Dance explosion has consistently mustered.

Out March 5th.

No stranger to remix duties, Holland’s R3hab unites with Russian Axtone favorites Hard Rock Sofa to put their twist on the Feed Me-produced next single from Example’s latest studio album.

Showing off their dexterity for the coarser side of club fuel, their first collaborative production sits on the slightly heavier side of their studio outputs over the past year. Leaping from chugging Electro House to heavy melodic play, the gritty energy of their take on ‘Perfect Replacement’ make for as unpretentious of a remix as one could have hoped for from a collaboration of this calibre.

Out February 24th on Ministry Of Sound.

Wall Recordings warrior turned renowned Dutch remixer and formative Electro House stomper R3hab returns to Tiësto’s Musical Freedom to aid homeland peer ZROQ’s inauguration to the label with ‘Skydrop’.

As slick as it is heavy, this mechanically robust escapade of adrenaline driven Electro House marks one of the producers’ most inventive productions of late. From the track’s high-end riffage to it’s explosive peak of heavyset chord work, ‘Skydrop’ is no peak timer for the faint hearted, but a full-throttle charge of the grinding club qualities that continue to give weight to R3hab’s glowing presence on the global festival circuit and digital market alike.

Out today on Beatport.

Wall Recordings warrior turned renowned Dutch remixer and formative Electro House stomper R3hab returns to Tiësto’s Musical Freedom to aid homeland peer ZROQ’s inauguration to the label with ‘Skydrop’.

As slick as it is heavy, this mechanically robust escapade of adrenaline driven Electro House marks one of the producers’ most inventive productions of late. From the tracks high-end riffage to its explosive peak of heavyset chord work, ‘Skydrop’ is no peak timer for the faint hearted, but a full-throttle charge of the grinding club qualities that continue to give weight to R3hab’s glowing presence on the global festival circuit and digital market alike.

Out December 17th.

On the heels of his latest single alongside Shermanology, ‘Living 4 The City‘, Fadil El Ghoul, better known to the world as R3hab, returns with a new original track for Spinnin’ Records in ‘A Night In’. Crowned the official anthem of Electric Daisy Carnival Orlando 2012, Ghoul matches his rising popularity with a solid extension of his melodic electro sound scope. Building on an array of sharp leads, ‘A Night In’ climaxes in a full-frontal onslaught of heavy chords and wobbling low-end riffs that accumulates in yet another hard-hitting release from the chainsaw madness maestro.

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On the heels of his new single alongside Shermanology, ‘Living 4 The City‘, Fadil El Ghoul, better known to the world as R3hab, returns with a new original track for Spinnin’ Records in ‘A Night In’. Crowned the official anthem of Electric Daisy Carnival Orlando 2012, Ghoul matches his rising popularity with a solid extension of his melodic electro sound scope. Building on an array of sharp leads, ‘A Night In’ climaxes in a full-frontal onslaught of heavy chords and wobbling low-end riffs that accumulates in yet another hard-hitting release from the chainsaw madness maestro.

Out November 23.

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