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As the trend of triple-threat collaborations continues to engulf Dance music, Dutch producers Yves V, Loopers and Jacob Van Hage unite for a new release on Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike’s Smash The House imprint.

Brushed with a distinct set of grinding chord progressions, ‘Amok’ sees the Dutch trio employ sharp synth work and aggressively charged, dotted Electro House. While it’s apex may fall on the militant approach and melodic manipulation, Yves V, Loopers and Jacob Van Hage ditch the tedium for a whacky yet persuasive release that is sure to earn them a few stripes for the New Year.

Out today on Beatport.

Premiered as part of the mighty 20 minute after movie of Tomorrowland 2012, Benelux duo Yves V and Dani L Mebius combine forces to release their heavy-hitting new post-summer gem ‘Chained’ on Spinnin’ Records. Despite this year’s festival season coming to an end, the Dutch/Belgian pair continue the streak of festival fuel as they take a page from R3hab’s playbook for a full-frontal onslaught of chainsaw madness.

Flipping from blistering, ‘Aerodynamic’-esque lead work to grind-heavy low-end, ‘Chained’ sees Yves V and Dani L. Mebius take a strong turn for the tough faced productions that the duo have encompassed over their few yet successful years on the beat.

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Taking some time out from his collaborative affair with countrymen Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, Belgium-based Tomorrowland resident Yves V unites with Felguk to aid the Brazilian duo’s inauguration to Smash The House with ‘WOW’.

Building on the positive vibes still surrounding the duo’s landmark release of ‘Bassive‘, ‘WOW’ is made up of high-pitched synths and wobble-induced Electro House eerily similar to that of last year’s Felguk gem. But where it may lack in overall originality, it makes up for in solid production values and indisputable festival proof energy.

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Following up on the recently given away ‘Aftermath‘, brotherly duo Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike reunite with homeland peer Yves V for their debut release on Sander van Doorn’s Doorn Records, ‘Loops & Tings’.

Building upon a slightly edited version of the renowned vocal expression of 2008 film Riverside and sampling Jens’ ‘93 trance classic with the same name, the minimalistic and grinding chord play alongside an attitude-filled top line make for yet another festival cut to their belts. Coming off two successful digressions from their signature studio get-up and with a stimulating summer of epic festival appearances under their belt, their latest endeavor encapsulates the hysteria currently surrounding this fine Belgian output of heavy-footed festival fuel.

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Premiered as part of the mighty 20 minute after movie of Tomorrowland 2012, Benelux duo Yves V and Dani L Mebius combine forces to officially preview their new heavy-hitting post-summer gem in ‘Chained’. Despite this year’s festival season coming to an end, the Dutch/Belgian pair continue the streak of festival fuel as they take a page from R3hab’s playbook for a full-frontal onslaught of chainsaw madness.

Leaping from blistering, ‘Aerodynamic’-esque lead work to grinding low-end, ‘Chained’ sees Yves V and Dani L. Mebius take a strong turn for the tough faced productions that the duo have encompassed over their few yet successful years on the beat.

‘Chained’ will be released November 5.

Taking some time out from his collaborative affair with countrymen Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Belgium-based Tomorrowland resident Yves V unites with Felguk to aid the Brazilian duo’s inauguration to Smash The House with ‘WOW’.

Building on the positive vibes still surrounding the duo’s landmark release of ‘Bassive‘, ‘WOW’ is made up of high-pitched synths and wobble-induced Electro House eerily similar to that of last year’s Felguk gem. But where it may lack in overall originality, it makes up for in solid production values and indisputable festival proof energy.

‘WOW’ is out September 24 on Smash The House.

Following up on the recently given away ‘Aftermath‘, brotherly duo Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike reunite with homeland peer Yves V to preview their debut release on Sander van Doorn’s Doorn Records, ‘Loops & Things’.

Building upon a slightly edited version of the renowned vocal expression of 2008 film Riverside and sampling Jens’ ‘98 trance classic with the same name, the minimalistic and grinding chord play alongside an attitude-filled top line make for yet another festival cut to their belts. Coming off two successful digressions from their signature studio get-up and with a stimulating summer of epic festival appearances under their belt, their latest endeavor encapsulates the hysteria currently surrounding this fine Belgian output of heavy-footed festival fuel.

‘Loops & Things’ will be released September 17.

With all signs pointing to an unstoppable ascent for Belgian brotherly duo Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, the aftermath of this year’s Tomorrowland festival sees them joined by Benelux peer Yves V for ‘Aftermath’. Charged with a solid backbone of peak time energy, the Benelux trio warm up the bass machines to bring their festival proof resonance to the final leg of the summer festival season with a heavy-footed new release for Smash The House.

Built with the bigger festival speakers close to mind, the burly low-end surges and churning rhythmic builds make for one of the most pervasive yet minimalistic peak timers of the season. Leaping from subtle swells to surges of standalone lead play, the Tomorrowland residents prove that less can still be all the more powerful on the 21st century dance floor with this triumphant low-end club cut.

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With all signs pointing to an unstoppable ascent for Belgian brotherly duo Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, the aftermath of this year’s Tomorrowland festival sees them joined by Benelux peer Yves V for ‘Aftermath’. Charged with a solid backbone of peak time energy, the Benelux trio warm up the bass machines to bring their festival proof resonance to the final leg of the summer festival season with a heavy-footed new release for Smash The House.

Built with the bigger festival speakers close to mind, the burly low-end surges and churning rhythmic builds make for one of the most pervasive yet minimalistic peak timers of the season. Leaping from subtle swells to surges of standalone lead play, the Tomorrowland residents prove that less can still be all the more powerful on the 21st century dance floor with this triumphant low-end club cut.

‘Aftermath’ will be out soon on Smash The House.

Following the globally successful remix of Sgt Slick’s EverydayDigital Lab teams up with his wingman Pedro Henriques to release their sequel to the Vicious single from late January. This time, bringing the Belgium-stationed Yves V, that gained recognition from being a part of Madagascar alongside Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike andAngger Dimas, on board for another ride towards Australia and Vicious Recordings with the dynamic Forever. With the trenchant mix of acid-aspiring sounds and big room synth leads, this tune is nothing short of awaited. Whilst also having a remix on Fire In Your New Shoes coming up, they are yet again entering the spotlight with the release of this meaty production.

Yves V, Digital Lab & Pedro Henriques – Forever [Vicious Recordings] – Beatport Link

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