While Mixmash Records will include Jaz Von D on its next edition of The Ones To Watch, we’ve already had our finger on the pulse. The young Dutch DJ/producer further proves himself, following up his Drive EP with a refreshing track that has garnered support from Laidback Luke. “Rave Nation” features a progressive build with anticipating synths that become heavy and distorted for a drop that justifies the production’s title. Keep an eye out for the single to be released on June 28th ahead of Mixmash’s The Ones To Watch EP Vol. 4.
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