After the laudable success of both “Toxic Rush” and “Flashbang,” German duo Jewelz and Scott Sparks have amassed a reputation for creative minimally-layered house drops. Along these lines, Jewelz and Scott Sparks have released their newest single “NYMSN,” or “New York Make Some Noise.” Though less deafening and sinister than “Toxic Rush” and “Flashbang,” “NYMSN” makes up for its lack of brawn with a soaring progressive house melody. On the whole, “NYMSN” maintains the same minimalistic appeal from previous releases. “NYMSN” is released today on Cr2 Records.
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