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You don’t need us to remind you that Holland is looking pretty stellar as far as its contributions to the dance music industry are concerned. Maybe it was something in the water, but even the kids are giving its fair share of veterans a run for their money. Returning to Spinnin’ Records, Dutch youngsters Martin Garrix and TV Noise combine forces for ‘Just Some Loops’. Turning their heads for the heavier side of dance music yet again, ‘Just Some Loops’ sees the trio showcase a mixture of wobbly electro house and melodic interludes.

Out May 31st.

As a consistent nod of vitality to the new wave of Dutch talent currently doing the rounds, TV Noise returns to take on official remix duties for Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano’s 2011 adaption of Tiësto’s ‘Lethal Industry’.

Building on an array of sharp leads, their take on ‘Lethal Industry’ climaxes in a grind-happy explosion of heavy chords and grumbling low-end riffs that accumulates in yet another hard-hitting addition to their belt. Still featuring the instantly recognizable melodies of the 1999 original, TV Noise puts a very 2012 twist of a true Tiësto classic.

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As a consistent nod of vitality to the new wave of Dutch talent currently doing the rounds, TV Noise returns to take on official remix duties for Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano’s 2011 adaption of Tiësto’s ‘Lethal Industry’.

Building on an array of sharp leads, their take on ‘Lethal Industry’ climaxes in a grind-happy explosion of heavy chords and grumbling low-end riffs that accumulates in yet another hard-hitting addition to their belt. Still featuring the instantly recognizable melodies of the 1999 original, TV Noise puts a very 2012 twist of a true Tiësto classic.

Out December 14th.

Since ditching their Les Bros moniker, this Dutch Electro duo has been making affirmative progression with their heavy-hitting stylings under the guise of TV Noise. Still riding on the remnants of last year’s remix of Martin Solveig, TV Noise goes in a similar vein for their third original release on Spinnin’ Records, ‘Kill The Radio’.

Blending melodic play with grinding leads, the duo are still not shy to throw a segment of dub step into the equation. Amid a season proving fertile with festival proof releases, ‘Kill The Radio’ sees TV Noise provide another dose of floor fuel for the stronger stomached followers of Dance music.

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Since ditching their Les Bros moniker, this Dutch Electro duo has been making affirmative progression with their heavy-hitting stylings under the guise of TV Noise. Still riding on the remnants of last year’s Martin Solveig remix under the guise of their former alias, TV Noise goes in a similar vein for their upcoming third original release on Spinnin’ Records, ‘Kill The Radio’.

Blending playful melodic play with an onslaught of grinding leads, the duo are still not shy to throw a segment of dub step into the equation. Amid a season proving fertile with festival proof releases, ‘Kill The Radio’ sees TV Noise provide another dose of floor fuel for the stronger stomached followers of Dance music.

Out November 19th.

Off the back of their last Spinnin endeavor alongside Julian Jordan, Dutch Electro duo TV Noise return to the infamous label to don their latest heavyset solo single ‘Tom’. Having already perplexed the genre boundaries between Progressive House and grinding Electro with ‘Oxford’, the duos transcending spree of luscious melodic progressions and stubborn distorted drops is as indicative of 21st century Electro done right as one would expect from this standard setting outfit. Amid a season proving fertile with festival proof outings, TV Noise provide another dose of floor fuel for the stronger stomached followers of Dance music.

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Words by Dan Carter

Madeon may once have been the ultimate young blood on the European Dance Music circuit, but 16-year-old Dutch up and comer Julian Jordan seems set to redefine the standard of teenage protagonists indefinitely. Joined by likeminded Dutch duo and Martin Solveig worthy remixers TV Noise, formerly known as Les Bros, their collaborative effort for Spinnin Records makes for yet more big noise from the Netherlands.

Pitting impressive melodic leads alongside an affirmative build of heavy-set chords, ‘Oxford’ does not reflect its formal name in the slightest. In a grinding escapade of intense distorted synth work and stern beats, their Acid tinged Electro outing makes for a stunning example of modern Dance music. Proving themselves three of Europe’s fresher House assets, age has certainly not hindered on this eclectic Dutch explosion of formidable talent.

Julian Jordan & TV Noise – Oxford [Spinnin Records] – Beatport Link

Words by Dan Carter

Madeon may once have been the ultimate young blood on the European Dance Music circuit, but 16-year-old Dutch up and comer Julian Jordan seems set to redefine the standard of teenage protagonists indefinitely. Joined by likeminded Dutch duo and Martin Solveig worthy remixers TV Noise, formerly known as Les Bros, their collaborative effort for Spinnin Records makes for yet more big noise from the Netherlands.

Pitting impressive melodic leads alongside an affirmative build of heavy-set chords, ‘Oxford’ does not reflect its formal name in the slightest. In a grinding escapade of intense distorted synth work and stern beats, their Acid tinged Electro outing makes for a stunning example of modern Dance music. Proving themselves three of Europe’s fresher House assets, age has certainly not hindered on this eclectic Dutch explosion of formidable talent.

‘Oxford’ is set to be released on May 14th via Spinnin Records.

Words by Dan Carter

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