Last year, Arty bursted onto DJ Mag’s Top 100 at the 25 slot, and he has just begun his sophomore campaign to climb the ranks even higher in 2012. Voting is underway, and Arty has already delivered a treat for his supporters, a brand new track dubbed “The Slide.” His latest production is not the typical sound that we’ve most recently heard on “Open Space,” but an experimental one that Arty claims he produced for his own listening pleasure. “The Slide” will be part of DJ Mag’s trackitdown compilation, a complimentary package dedicated to the beginning of voting. As Arty has already encouraged fans: listen, relax, and enjoy.
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