Tracks like “Convoi,” “Spotfire,” and “EMP,” have put Jacob van Hage on the map as one of the breakthrough artists of the year. His production skills aren’t limited to one genre – as you see signs of trance, dubstep, electro, and house, in all of his productions. This time he comes together with Saint Liz to offer up a small teaser of the upcoming track, “Voodoo.” Slated to release on Sander van Doorn’s highly regarded Spinnin Records, this drum-heavy song has a pulsing melody that has us excited to hear more. According to van Hage, once he reaches 5,500 likes on his Facebook page, he’ll upload a lengthier preview. Until then, stay tuned for more!
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