Coming on the heels of the Tommorowland ticket announcement is a preview from Belgium’s own Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike. The boisterous duo teamed up with German house producer Moguai on “Mammoth,” a suitable name for the massive production from the unlikely trio. The progressive house track eases into a four on the floor beat, throwing in Moguai’s signature tonal sounds and a jump-ready Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike build. Tomorrowland fans have already caught a listen from the festival’s official aftermovie; for everyone else the track will be released March 4 through Spinnin’ Records.
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