David Guetta has resurrected his Ne-Yo assisted track off Nothing But The Beat 2.0, “Play Hard,” six months after its original release. Now sporting a six-track remix package with renditions from the likes of Spencer & Hill, Albert Neve, R3hab, and Maurizio Gubellini, the pop record has become translatable beyond the radio. Albert Neve’s take was the first to be released, hitting Beatport earlier this month, and Guetta played Gubellini’s remix at Ultra Music Festival hours before the package dropped. Spencer & Hill amplify the big room record with the same distorted horns that Guetta has previously signed to his Jack Back label and R3hab tears through the radio-killer with his electro-chainsaw.
It’s safe to say progressive mainstay dBerrie has been conjuring up quite a storm lately. Hot on the heels of the Generation Wild tour and recent advent “Zenith,” the New York-based producer unleashes a remix of Spencer & Hill’s “Let Out Da Freak,” featuring Mimoza. The contagious sound of elated vocals and whirling synths make this Sneakerz Muzik release impossible to ignore.Posted by
We haven’t heard much from Spencer & Hill since their mind-blowing release of “1234” that followed its David Guetta, Electric Zoo debut. Following a four-month hiatus, the duo has returned to make the wait worthwhile. “Pump It Up” comes with waves of anticipation that give way to pulsating synths and a chugging rhythm. The electro bassline comes standard, but delivers Spencer & Hill’s latest offering to the American crowds while catering to dance floors worldwide. Aptly titled, “Pump It Up” will be one of this winter’s lead party starters.
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David Guetta whipped out a surprising amount of new music in his Electric Zoo set, and one of the new tracks is this bomb from Spencer and Hill called “1234.” However, unlike the track of the same name by Laidback Luke, this time the counting is done in Spanish. The signature sound in this enormous track is a pulsating, staccato horn that is a match made in heaven for a festival stage. Don’t be fooled by the endorsement behind “1234,” as it stood out to be one of the harder tracks in Guetta’s main stage set. With “1234,” Spencer & Hill have found a way to use their production skills for the greater good of dance music, so grab their gem on Beatport as served by Jack Back Records.
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Quintino’s big room productions have only gotten bigger since bursting on the scene with “The One And Only,” and that hot streak continues with his remix of Spencer and Hill’s latest single. His spin on “Surrender” features a new vibe that digresses from the Afrojack-influenced sound that we’ve last heard on “Circuits,” as it exhibits lighter and more melodic chords that conform to the original’s vocal. The result scratches the surface of mainstream EDM and is arguably one of Quintino’s easiest listens. While unknown if we will ever see an official release of this remix or not, Quintino provides us with a full-length preview for the time being.
Cazzette have been on fire recently. Their dubby remix of “Save the World” just got picked up as an official remix, they’ve been opening for Avicii & their latest remix of “Levels” has been getting airtime on BBC Radio 1. We brought you the preview of this remix back in October and now have the full version for you. It is an interesting work as it blends their classic dubsteppy undertones with what is definitely a strong progressive vibe. If Cazzette manage to keep up this productivity, its not going to be long before we see them at the top.
Spencer & Hill – Believe It (Cazzette’s Androids Sound Hot Remix)
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Cazzette remixes Nadia Ali, Spencer and Hill’s “Believe It,” infuses progressive vibes into dubby-steppy electro (preview)
Cazzette is back again with another preview, this time remixing the Nadia Ali and Spencer and Hill track, “Believe It.” The preview starts off relatively tame but then goes into a breakdown that seems much more progressive than what we’ve been hearing from Cazzette thus far, still maintaining the dubby-steppy undertones and various electro effects. Of course, we’re only hearing a minute and a half of the full track, so who knows what else Alex and Sebastian have managed to pack in there. No word on release date just yet, but we’ll bring you more as we get it. Check out their other recent previews and five tracks you need to know in the meantime.
We are dumbfounded that this track did not receive more attention previous to its release. Let’s begin by saying that this is one of the best releases of the year. Nadia Ali’s voice radiates throughout the song while Spencer and Hill provide us with an electro bassline to die for. Everyone will n-joy the drop which makes you feel as though you are falling faster than the US stock market. Our favorite part is the synth filled semi-pause when Nadia Ali sings “Can You Feel It?” Yes, Nadia – we can feel it and we effing love you. There should be no doubt in anyone’s mind that this qualifies for an anthem. Nuff said, click play or experience more regret than Hank Moody did when he decided to ‘experience’ Mia (bonus points for the Californication reference).
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Awesome collaboration between Sultan & Ned Shepard, Nadia Ali, and Spencer & Hill. All around great track. Check it out and hold tight for the official release. Coming soon!
Check out the new Spencer & Hill teaser that was just released today! German electro house for the win! Cannot wait for the release. N-JOY!Posted by