As Dzeko & Torres gear up for their Dim Mak-hosted Tomorrowland appearance, they’ve got a little pre-festival surprise for fans. After releasing their own “Down To This” collab with Chuckie earlier this year, the pair has put their own spin on the Dirty Dutch DJ’s 2012 “Breaking Up” collab with Promise Land. Giving the track their signature dancefloor shine, the duo kept Amanda Wilson’s unapologetic scales but stripped the piano and built a new melody over the electro influences. The straight progressive makeover breathed a whole new energy into the tune, increasing its shelf-life in a scene with a notoriously short attention span. For a scene also notorious for googling “free download,” the pair saved you the trouble by releasing the tune for free. Grab your download here.Posted by
Dzeko & Torres cannot be sleeping at the rate they are producing tracks. Quickly following up “Hurricane” and “Down to This,” the Canadian duo is giving back to their fans with a free download. “Heart Attack” was originally a hip-hop track from Trey Songz but Dzeko & Torres have transformed this into four minutes of progressive house bliss.Posted by
Steve Aoki spent plenty of time in the pool with Michael Phelps during Miami Music Week — but remember, he’s not an olympian swimmer. He’s an electronic artist, and his Wonderland single featuring Rob Roy, “Ooh,” has been revisited and repackaged with brand new remixes. Dzeko and Torres steal the spotlight with their rendition, following “Togi” with another production only days after their Ultra debut. Cutting to the core of “Ooh,” the boys deliver a contagious rhythm and satisfy a previously dub-heavy track with the progression needed for dance floors.
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After having a breakthrough year, Canadian duo, Dzeko & Torres are releasing their first EP before 2012 comes to a close. After sending “Hey” to Aoki, he wanted a full EP from the duo, leading to the creation of Hey which features two additional tracks. The entire EP is electro focused and although originally created a few months back, they have since been experimenting with other styles to come up with new sounds, like their latest preview of “Togi,” and are holding a few progressive vocal tracks for release next year. You can grab Hey on Beatport from Dim Mak Records and listen past the break.
Quickly following up their last preview, Dzeko & Torres are back with another collaboration, this time with fellow Canadian’s Crossways. “Togi” was first premiered in David Guetta’s 128th DJ mix, and could become Dzeko & Torre’s biggest track yet. After a simple build, the track drops into an unexpected drum pattern until leading into a sample from Led Zepplin’s “Immigrant Song.” There is no news on a release date just yet, but we have a feeling that this track could make Dzeko & Torres more of a household name.