Vintage culture and James hype have teamed up to claim to be the dancefloor favorite with their bouncy, housey, club-oriented single. "You make me feel”Served as her debut appearance Insomnia Records.
With thousands of kilometers between them, two of the most sought-after dance exports close the geographic gap to their respective origins through a temperature-increasing transcontinental collaboration. The beloved Brazilian iconoclast Vintage culture is hit halfway by a British sensation James hypeas they come together to brew an irrepressible potion of the sublime tech house.
Fat and full-bodied ",You make me feel“Realizes its claim as a true master class of club seduction. A sultry, lowered vocal hook pushes these primitive buttons so gently, while seductive rhythms and beefy basslines work their magic to bring uncontrollable urges to the surface. Crisp drum programming and reduced sensitivity let the temperature rise through the ceiling. Once the club-compliant album is in full swing, Vintage Culture and James Hype effectively turn those deep-seated desires into an endorphin-infused climax that leaves listeners in a numb state of stimulation long after the beat is over.
The hitmaker Vintage Culture, b Lukas RuizHe has made himself comfortable at the top of the charts and festival lineups around the world. His uncanny ability to combine ear-digging hooks with pulsating grooves adds to a universal appeal that carries over to decks as well as streaming at home. The proof lies in the numbers, like the more than 2 trillion Streams that he has generated worldwide from outstanding tracks such as his smash single.It is what it is" with Elise LeGrow, the technical cooperation "coffee" with Tiësto, as well as his widely dispersed remixes for Meduza, diploma, David Guetta, and Moby. His dexterity in the DJ booth is a beast in itself, what this year's visitors EDC Las Vegas were thrilled to witness its sun-kissed opening ceremony right next door Solardo, which was an added bonus to his final solo appearance on the main stage kineticFIELD.
Quickly to become the DJ of the DJ and globally recognized hit maker based in London James hype has built a craze that lives up to the definition of the second half of the nickname he has adopted. With a reputation that precedes it all over the world, James hype has positioned itself as a must-see, must-see because of its tech transitions, unique bootlegs, deafening mashups, and a crate digging tendency few can match. These skills have lead to a hectic tour schedule with stops in. guided O2 arena (London), Echo arena (Liverpool), MEN'S arena (Manchester), SSE Wembley (London) as well as gigs in Ibiza, Australia, Dubai, the USA and beyond. His tastefully executed remixes have him on behalf of Bruno Mars, Meduza, Imanbek, Icona pop, and Rita Ora. However, his original creations made him a certified sensation himself, with the platinum "More than friends" and the HARLEE-supports"Concerned“Breaking into regular rotation BBC Radio1, Capital dance, and KISS100.
"You Give Me a Feeling" not only finds a common basis between the colossal chart toppers Vintage Culture and James Hype, but the exuberant collaboration will stick permanently to our collective pleasure point as soon as it hits the shelves via Insomniac Records.
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