Yves Eaux & Nick Fay - FAAAK!
1. Original Mix
Yves Eaux teams up with Nick Fay for the new single “FAAAK” on the Fris! imprint.
DJ Yves Eaux (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) is known for his live sets based on creativity and energy. He moves between cities lke New York, New Delhi, Moscow and Miami, playing everywhere from exclusive film premieres to massive sport arenas. The styles of he focuses on most are mainly house, tech house and funky techno. Over the years, Yves Eaux shared line ups with artists like Sasha, Joris Voorn, Kevin Saunderson, Laidback Luke, Ferry Corsten, Sander Kleinenberg, 2000 and One, Marco V and even Infected Mushroom. His signature singles and remixes can be found in the top of the download stores and gains support from all the industry topdogs, from Richie Hawtin to Roger Sanchez and from Armin van Buuren to Dubfire. His remix of double Grammy award winning song "Sweet Lullaby" by Deep Forest was a worldwide success and hit the number one spot from Japan to Canada in many charts. Next to his music, Yves Eaux is also an internationally acknowledged director of TV commercials and works with people like Phil Collins, Michael Buble, James Blunt and Robbie Williams. Yves’s previous singles “Shaken Not Stirred” and “Stellenbosch” (produced with Russian Cross) did very well and now see their follow up in “FAAAK”.
Nick Fay (Macedonia, June 07th, 1987) is known to his friends and family as Nikola Mishevski. He started DJing at the age of 15 and went from the small discos to the bigger clubs working as a resident. At the age of 18 he started experimenting with house, tech house, progressive house and techno styles. Nick has released tracks on labels like GF Recordings / GF Tekk, Nervous Records, Southside Recordings, Pesto Music, Lectro Chik Records and others, harvesting the support of great names like Roger Sanchez, Lissat & Voltaxx, George F, Jon Silva, Jorge Jaramillo and many more. He now joins forces with Yves Eaux.
With “FAAAK”, Yves Eaux and Nick Fay drop another tech house track on the dance floors, but one with an attractive house feel to it. The relentless bassline creates in an incredible drive that will move well between progressive and house performances.
- Tech\ House