Just one month after Denzal Park’s EDX remix hit Beatport the duo is already gearing up for the release of their original production “Yarl.” The track, which marks the second collaboration between Neon Records and Fedde Le Grand’s Flamingo imprint is in line with what we’ve come to expect from the twosome. There are soaring synths, punching drums, and of course big bass. Get your ear drums ready as “Yarl” is slated for release on January 21st.
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