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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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Returning to Roger Sanchez’ Stealth Records following up the release of ‘French Rules‘, Sebastien Drums combines forces with Liverpool duo Dave Whelan and Mike Di Scala for ‘Here I Come’. Where both Drums and the two Brits are mainly recognized by their more synth-laden offerings, ‘Here I Come’ sees the three wander a bit outside of their comfort zone for a considerably heavier production, also featuring Dutch vocalist Mitch Crown. Combining Crown’s characteristic voice and emotive chords with robust and distorted electro house, this French-British trio continues to make headway with this solid, Axwell-approved contribution to the ever-expanding industry of electronic dance music.

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(Also featuring an instrumental version)

Sebastian Drums, Whelan & Di Scala feat. Mitch Crown – Here I Come

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Outside of his affiliations with La Riots, Jon Peganto’s Hot Mouth moniker has continued to strike waves in the dotted Electro House. Handed the reins for Sebastien Drums latest vocal offering for Roger Sanchez’s Stealth Records, however, the LA native and longstanding stateside stomper gives the House orientated groover ‘French Rules’ a typically American facelift right in time for the impending summer festival season.

Still inherently led by a formative top line courtesy of soulful homeland peer Niles Mason, Peganto uses his Electro persuasion to craftily weave a subtle undertone of grinding floor-fuel into the more straight-laced original with maximal energy. Mixing up the more-predictable Electro sound scope with dotted lead play and inherently discordant interludes, Hot Mouth beckons a far stronger backbone to this otherwise traditionally European offering from Sanchez’s esteemed imprint.

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Sebastien Drums feat. Niles Mason – French Rules (Hot Mouth Remix)

Words by Dan Carter

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

Returning to Roger Sanchez’ Stealth Records following up the release of ‘French Rules‘, Sebastien Drums combines forces with Liverpool duo Dave Whelan and Mike Di Scala for ‘Here I Come’. Where both Drums and the two Brits are mainly recognized by their more synth-laden offerings, ‘Here I Come’ sees the three wander a bit outside of their comfort zone for a considerably heavier production, also featuring Dutch vocalist Mitch Crown. Combining Crown’s characteristic voice and emotive chords with robust and distorted electro house, this French-British trio continues to make headway with this solid contribution to the ever-expanding industry of electronic dance music.

‘Here I Come’ will be released on June 19th.

Sebastian Drums, Whelan & Di Scala feat. Mitch Crown – Here I Come

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Since setting standards to an all-time-high with collaborations alongside the likes of Avicii and Norman Doray, French House pundit Sebastien Drums has had the gruelling task of maintaining the consistency of his earlier breakthroughs. Successive remixes for David Guetta and further stints for Roger Sanchez’s Stealth Records imprint suggest that instead of ducking behind the big time guise, Sébastien Aumiphin has backed the hype with a proven dexterity for moment-making club anthems both on his own terms and alongside the industry’s finest. Joining the renowned Dutch voice box behind Fedde Le Grand’s ‘Running’ Mitch Crown, the duo deploy an emotive banger of momentous moments and heartrending melodic play make for a proud notch in both aspiring star’s discographies.

Proving that relations between Britain and the peers over the pond aren’t so strained anymore, Liverpool’s own Dave Whelan and Mike Di Scala hammer home a proud instalment of rich melodic trinkets and beefy kicks to mark yet more positive noise from the more subtle side of the European House explosion. Exceeding the original as far as backbone and energy is concerned, their remix brightens an already shining package for Spinnin Records and this affirmative collection of eclectic studio talents.

Sebastien Drums feat. Mitch Crown – Fly Again (Incl. Whelan & Di Scala Remix) [Spinnin Records] – Beatport Link


Sebastien Drums feat. Mitch Crown – Fly Again

Sebastien Drums feat. Mitch Crown – Fly Again (Whelan & Di Scala Remix)

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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Though Great Britain has become strongly synonymous with a top shelf export within the tech-house scene, the Liverpool based duo that are Dave Whelan and Mike Di Scala have proven there is still room for an unprecedented production pair to bring justice and recognition to England’s progressive House export. Having bagged a remix duty for Avicii and a signing to Spinnin Records with the recently unveiled The Fox, Whelan and Di Scala seem to have fortune and potential at their mercy as they now uncover a remix for Sebastien Drums‘ upcoming second single release in 2012 – ‘Fly Again’. Adding to the catchy vocals on behalf of Fedde Le Grand favourite Mitch Crown and the original’s rather simple arrangements, this remix unfolds a richly melodious, synth-filled topline and a set of well-oiled and powerful kicks to make up the “B” side of this upcoming package.

‘Fly Again’ is set to release February 20th via Spinnin Records.

/Anton

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