While we have anticipated the next release from Size Records to be the highly anticipated “Hit It” from Henrix, GTA, and Digital Lab, we ourselves are hit with a surprise. Arno Cost will be the first to extend Steve Angello’s brand of progressive house this year with “Head Up.” Following up his most recent original production, “Lifetime,” Arno brings his hard-hitting trademark forward on what is due to become an instant fan favorite. Packed with the energy expected, this high-profile release will make its way to Beatport on January 21st.
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