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Following a re-release of the 2011 original, Rob Adans’ ‘Abash‘ returns for round two with a remix from Sebastien Drums and Whelan & Di Scala.

Rife with the same gruffly sound as that of ‘Here I Come,’ the French/UK trio sink an array of vivacious Electro leads into Adans’ dotted horn play in a positive nod to the globe’s enthusiasm for fine, grinding Electro. Building and churning with intrinsic esteem, the second instalment of Drums and Whelan & Di Scala’s collaborative affair is sure to extend the shelf life of this one-year-old track that continues to see heavy support from a certain Swedish trio, refining their own growing appeal in the process.

Out now on Beatport.

While last year’s original continues to see heavy support from the likes of Swedish House Mafia, Rob Adans’ ‘Abash‘ returns for round two with a remix from Sebastien Drums and Whelan & Di Scala.

Rife with the same gruffly sound as that of ‘Here I Come‘, the French/UK trio sink an array of vivacious Electro leads into Adans’ dotted horn play in a positive nod to the globe’s enthusiasm for fine, grinding Electro. Building and churning with intrinsic esteem, the second instalment of Drums and Whelan & Di Scala’s collaborative affair is sure to extend the shelf life of this one-year-old track that is still seeing plays from a certain Swedish trio, refining their own growing appeal in the process.

Update (5/12): Out December 31st via Doorn Records.

With Swedish House Mafia continuously singing his praises, French crusader Sebastien Drums reunites with homeland peer Rob Adans for a collaborative debut on Pacha Recordings. Taking on remix duties for Greg, Jeroenski and Roog, the duo continues to ditch the disco oriented sound of most of their previous collaborative efforts for a heavyset take on ‘Your Mind Is Twisted’. Leaping from blistering and beautifully ornamented string work to their now characteristic, grinding Electro, their follow-up production to ‘Resonorg‘ sees them do wonders to a rather uninspiring original.

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Those complaining of France’s lack of once industry defining gems obviously let double-tea, Spinnin duo Sebastian Drums and Rob Adans pass over their speakers. Having excelled alongside the likes of Avicii and Norman Doray while balancing pretenant remixes for Spinnin Records, the fast rising House asset joins relative underdog Adans for their first debut for the heavyset label ‘Resonorg’.

Ditching the disco orientated realms of their previous collaborative endeavours, the duo sink an array of vivacious Electro leads in a nod to both to the globe’s fine enthusiasm for grinding Electro and the undiluted spirit of their legendary innovative homeland peers. Building and churning with intrinsic esteem, the two promising French House assets certainly refine their growing appeal with as powerful of a Spinnin debut as any European contender could wish for.

Sebastien Drums & Rob Adans – Resonorg [Spinnin Records] – Beatport Link

Words by Dan Carter

Under the banner of Spinnin Records, Sebastien Drums and Rob Adans have come to rack up a string of triumphant releases as two of the label’s most essential remixers over the past couple of years. Whereas Drums has soared into something of a top-notch contributor to the House music scene thanks to numerous impressive offerings alongside the likes of Avicii and Norman Doray, the other side’s Adans has remained an aspiring asset to the European clubbing circuit with a lesser yet noteworthy back catalogue.

Following on from their collective remix for Sharam Jey late last Summer, the French duo’s return in 2012 marks not only their first original for Spinnin, but far more influences from the Electro-House scene as opposed to their latest, disco oriented cut. With a promise of a vocal edit on the way, ‘Resonorg’s churning lead and well-crafted undertones further validate this pair as two of France’s finest House exports.

‘Resonorg’ is out on May 21 via Spinnin Records along with a vocal mix as well.

Sebastien Drums & Rob Adans – Resonorg

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Well-known for having collaborated with countless of established French producers, including the co-produced remix on Faking Love alongside Sebastien Drums, whose record label the young earnest is now preparing to instal himself on. The long-anticipated No More Tomorrows coming up from Tom Geiss and the recently released On The Rise single from Maxime Zarcone are only two of the dozen’s of top tunes under the banner of Drums’ Work Machine, which is now presenting a new single from Rob Adans. Crammed with a dash of festival-suited sounds and hardly pounding drums, Abash has now been released via Work Machine.

Rob Adans – Abash [Work Machine] – Beatport Link

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Well-reputed from taking part in the glorious collaborations with Avicii, My Feelings For You and Snus, Sebastien Drums teams up with Rob Adans for an enacting of the old-school House grooves. Not only is the owner of Work Machine topical with a forthcoming instalment on Erick Morillo’s Subliminal Records but also Party Now alongside Richard Grey. As Adans is cutting deep into the scene with the Abash single on the rise, the two Frenchmen follows up on their remix for Faking Love with a catchy remix on Let’s Get It On, originally made by Sharam Jey and Soundz Fresh. Graced with crisp piano tones and a looped vocal, this Work Records instalment has already floored the venue of Café Mambo in Ibiza on numerous occasions and more is surely yet to come.

Sharam Jey pres. Soundz Fresh – Let’s Get It On (Sebastien Drums & Rob Adans Remix) [Work Records] – Beatport Link

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Well-known for having collaborated with countless of established French producers, including the co-produced remix on Faking Love alongside Sebastien Drums, whose record label the young earnest is now preparing to instal himself on. The long-anticipated No More Tomorrows coming up from Tom Geiss and the recently released On The Rise single from Maxime Zarcone are only two of the dozen’s of top tunes under the banner of Drums’ Work Machine, which is now presenting a new single from Rob Adans. Crammed with a dash of festival-suited sounds and hardly pounding drums, Adash is due out on August 22th as the 34th instalment on Work Machine.

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As the new Air Drums single is preparing to seize place on Asterix Music headquarters, highly respected Albin Myers is launching his very own record label named Soundtrack Of The Living Dead, the premiere instalment being his own, latest smash – Faking Love. Not only is the package featuring a Electro and a Prog mixes, courtesy of Myers himself, Sebastien Drums – a Frenchman most recently recognized for his Snus single alongside Avicii – and Rob Adans are unveiling their contender of warped beats as the release also consists of a new thinking and twisted remix is hailing from Dubmood. To finalize the package, Myers teams up alongside his partner in law, John Dahlback, to follow up on their recent compilation with a new MyBack remix for Myers’ newest joint.

Albin Myers – Faking Love (Incl. Remixes) [Soundtrack Of The Living Dead] – Beatport Link

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As the new Air Drums single is preparing to seize place on Asterix Music headquarters, highly respected Albin Myers is launching his very own record label named Soundtrack Of The Living Dead, the premiere instalment being his own, latest smash – Faking Love. Not only is the package featuring the two Electro and Prog mixes, courtesy of Myers himself, Sebastien Drums – a Frenchman most recently recognized for his Snus single alongside Avicii – and Rob Adans are unveiling their contender of warped beats as the release also consists of a new thinking and twisted remix is hailing from Dubmood. To finalize the package, Myers teams up alongside his partner in law, John Dahlback, to follow up on their recent compilation with a new MyBack remix for Myers’ newest joint. The complete package is due out on June 20th, have a listen!

0:00 – Electro Mix
0:30 – Prog Mix
0:45 – Sebastien Drums & Rob Adans Remix
1:00 – Dubmood Remix
1:15 – MyBack ReDub

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