Dimitri Vegas, Moguai & Like Mike - Mammoth - OUT NOW ON SPINNIN RECORDS !!!!
dimitrivegasandlikemike on January 16, 2013 10:41
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DIMITRI VEGAS, MOGUAI AND LIKE MIKE GO ‘MAMMOTH’!
OUT NOW @ BEATPORT : http://smarturl.it/MMTH
Supported by: Pete Tong (in Radio 1 Essential Selection) , David Guetta, Avicii, Tiesto, Hardwell, Nicky Romero, Sander Van Doorn, NERVO, Thomas Gold, R3hab, Diplo and many more..
Featuring the slick, trademark tones of German electronic giant MOGUAI and the high-octane musical antics of Belgian superstars Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, ‘Mammoth’ – released through Spinnin Records on March 4th – is quite possibly one of the most unexpected collaborations to kick off 2013. Having been featured in the Tomorrowland 2012 official aftermovie that’s received over 40 million views, ‘Mammoth’ is surely already one of the most eagerly anticipated releases of the new year.
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The collaboration came about after both acts met up on the global festival circuit throughout 2012. Creative emails flew back and forth across Europe before the trio finally settled on the skeleton of ‘Mammoth’ as a potential new track. Speaking about the collaboration from his studio in Germany, MOGUAI said, “The track is not so far away from my own solo work. I said to myself, with the right mix this could be something huge, so we got into the studio together and at the end, we had the finished mix that you know now.”
A delicious slice of skewed electronica with ‘fist-pump’ written all over it, this titan of a track packs as much energy as it does technical class; crashing bass sections, warped synths and a huge breakdown combining the strengths of both production elements in one fell swoop. ‘Mammoth’ displays the extensive array of musical influences that these two world-renowned acts are constantly drawing their inspiration from, fusing everything together seamlessly for an anthem that will surely be an enormous smash in clubs and at festivals all over the world throughout 2013. To put it plainly, it’s going to be MAMMOTH!