Rising talent Rene Kuppens has joined forces with his fellow Dutchman Puresang to produce a big room electro track. “Moonbird” is a fitting follow up to Kuppens’s “Raid” collaboration with Dyro, showcasing segments of uplifting big room synths and a hefty drop of growling beats. Although it has taken some time for Rene Kuppens to gain some attention, his previous productions “Wouw” and “Lift You Up” are proof of how capable the youngster really is. “Moonbird” will be released on September 24th via Wooha Records.
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