The day saw Carnage drop “Incredible,” Michael Calfan unleash “Resurrection,” Cedric Gervais rediscover “Molly” and Showtek throw down on “Slow Down.” Not even a spell of pouring rain could put a damper on the festivities. As the day wore on and the tent filled with bikini-clad beat-seekers, we took a break between sets to catch up with some of the Spinnin’ team to give you their own version of a Spinnin’ showcase. Click past the break to check out our five questions for five Spinnin’ artists. (more…)
After previewing “Redux” back in early February, DubVision and Spinnin Records have officially released the track in full. Considering their last original solo production, “All By Myself,” dropped just over a year ago, today is fitting for the release of “Redux.” The track employs the duo’s characteristic, uplifting big room chord progressions backed by major builds and breaks. Don’t be shocked when you hear “Redux” echoing through the festival grounds at Bayfront Park during Ultra Music Festival.
With a refrain, imploring the powers that be for summer’s return, Royaal & Venuto’s latest release echoed many February sentiments. Dutch duo DubVision have bolstered the original’s vocal lament with driving chord progressions and frenzied builds, essentially creating a progressive, if seasonal, anthem overnight. This should be a popular remix in advance of Winter Music Conference, so claim your taste of “Summertime” before the snow melts.
Dutch domination abounds. Recent Axis guest mixers and famed “Committed to Sparkle Motion” remixers DubVision are back with a preview of their latest original production “Redux,” due out on Spinnin Records on March 8th — just in time for Miami. “Redux” holds the line with what DubVision has released so far: straightforward, uplifting big room chord progressions with major builds and breaks — perfect for a main stage type of feel. Take a listen to the preview below and look for the full release in a few weeks.
Axis is back! For the 25th episode of Dancing Astronaut Radio we’ve got Spinnin’ Records’ DubVision providing the soundtrack. Their mix is 48 minutes of cleverly constructed, arena-shaking mashups, featuring massive tracks from the likes of Swedish House Mafia, Calvin Harris, Porter Robinson, and Dirty South. If you’re a fan of that big room sound, this episode is right up your alley. But don’t just take our word for it, check it out for yourself. For a complete tracklist, click past the break.
First premiered by Axwell during his impressive Electric Zoo 2012 set, “Committed to Sparkle Motion” is now being released on Axtone Records. The track starts out with an echoing cry until breaking into a period of fresh uplifting lyrics and a drop that has become the signature DubVision Sound. It’s becoming a pattern for label heads to drop new tracks ahead of releases to drum up buzz, and that is most certainly the case here. If you’re loving this progressive house track, make sure to grab it on Beatport. (more…)
Dubvision is slowly but surely making a name for itself with uplifting, highly-musical tracks, and the latest release with Project 46 is no exception. “You & I” boasts the gentle, soothing vocals of Donna Lewis that you will probably find yourself singing along to after just a few listens. The big-room synths are easy to listen to, but there’s still enough oomph in the track to make it a proven festival banger.
Thomas Gold included it in his Governors Island set back in August, and that’s usually a good sign for any unreleased track. Between this new offering and DubVision’s ID remix played by Axwell at Electric Zoo, don’t be surprised if you start hearing this name more and more. Just remember who told you first, okay?
Although DubVision’s name might cause you to think their productions are of the dubstep persuasion, don’t be misled. Victor and Stephan Leicher, the brothers behind DubVision, have just released their first single, “All By Myself” on Spinnin’ Records and it is some damn good progressive house. The song features sampled vocals from “In This World” by Moby, which add a haunting element to the otherwise uplifting track. “All By Myself” seems to be DubVision’s breakout track, as it has already garnered major support from the likes of Afrojack, Axwell, Tiesto, David Guetta and more. In fact, you may recognize this track from Axwell’s set at Cosmic Opera if you were in attendance last weekend. We implore you to give this track a listen!