We last saw newcomers Dyro and Loopers team up back in May with the release of their collaboration, “Monster Talk.” Loopers is back with a release entitled “Dealbreaker” on Cr2 Records and Dyro is loyally following up with a remix. Both of the tracks got their premieres on MYNC’s Cr2 Live and Direct radio show and although not terribly different in sound, both productions demonstrate a knowledge for the electro-inspired big room sound dominating live sets around the world today. These tracks will be released on Beatport on December 7th for your enjoyment, but check out previews below.
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