Steve Aoki and Angger Dimas team up with Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike for “Phat Brahms,” an unassuming track with an instantly recognizable hook that samples Johannes Brahms’ “Hungarian Dance Number 5.” Steve Aoki dropped this track in the middle of his Electric Zoo set, and it is also featured prominently in Dimitri and Mike’s Tomorrowland Aftermovie. Between the classical sampling and the hard electro drops, this sort of reminds us of Zedd’s “Dovregubben.” When the track is finally released this Tuesday on Dim Mak, it will be yet another high-energy release from the cake-slinging maestro. Grab it on Beatport starting Tuesday.
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