Matt Caseli and Marrs TV, two big room producers with releases for Spinnin and Axtone already under their belts, are giving fans a sneak peak at their new track, “Chemical Love,” with Joel Edwards on vocals. The original utilizes elements of rock and a friendly series of of chord progressions for its break, while Sultan and Ned Shepard’s take cranks up the electronica and runs Edwards’s vocals through a vocoder. This is their debut on Harem Records, and the full package is set to be released on March 11th.
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