After Junxterjack remixed Chuckie’s progressive anthem, “Breaking Up,” the Dutch compatriots teamed up on their forthcoming production, “Make Some Noise.” First given a title more than “ID” in the Dirty Dutch Tomorrowland aftermovie, the official preview marks a major milestone for those eagerly awaiting news of the release. “Make Some Noise” features grinding synth leads coupled with energy-inducing vocal samples and a simple, yet infectious dirty Dutch drop. Check out the preview and stay tuned for the October 22nd release via Big Beat and Cr2 Records.
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