Denzal Park vs Wizard Sleeve – I'm A Drum Machine (Step Up) (Ralvero Remix) [Dirty Vocal] by Wizard Sleeve published on 2012/01/11 23:11:05 +0000 As an instrumental, “I’m A Drum Machine” was originally released by the Australian record label Neon in the summer of 2010 and it quickly built up a lot of hype during it’s initial promotional period the track was quickly picked up by the A&R team at Hed Kandi presents XS. To ensure the record will become a huge success over the forthcoming summer season and beyond, XS and Denzal Park teamed up with duo sensation Wizard Sleeve to add their vocals and create an insanely catchy and uplifting 2011 anthem. In only two short years, Denzal Park, comprised of Australian house music stalwart Kam Denny and newcomer Paul Zala, has become one of the leading lights of the Australian club scene. Denzal Park has quickly become a prolific musical machine, belting out remixes for the likes of Dirty South, Full Intention, TV Rock, MYNC Project amongst numerous others. Having hit the top position in the Australian ARIA chart with their previous outings in “Filter Freak” and “Ascension” they are now spreading their wings and we’re certain that “I’m A Drum Machine (Step Up)” will accomplish greater achievements. Wizard Sleeve are young rappers Lex One & Mike Beatz, who originally met in Miami and now live between the UK, Florida & New York. For the past year, they have been travelling the world, championing their inimitable blend of hip hop and electro mixed up with their love of eclectic sampling and often playfully outrageous lyrics.The duo featured on the biggest dance hit of 2010, Sidney Samson Feat. Wizard Sleeve “Riverside (Let’s Go!)” which peaked at number 2 in the official UK Singles Chart whilst gracing the number 1 spot in many countries worldwide. The band gained additional notoriety in the UK and abroad when they bum rushed Sky1’s BAFTA nominated reality show “Pineapple Dance Studios”. What began as a search for some hot backing dancers evolved into a show-stealing, headline slot in Louie Spence’s end-of-series live show! This saw the band performing in front of a sell out crowd at the O2 Arena - following a pitched battle with the ‘You Tube Divorcee’ herself, Tricia Walsh Smith. The record’s remixes come in all shapes and sizes. Rising Dutch producer Ralvero and Newcastle’s finest Felix Leiter who both individually deliver two main room rework’s of the record whilst one of Kissy Sell Out’s highly rated producers, Brimmer, turns the record into a mash up frenzy! Rounding of the package is the brilliant Cyantific with his high tempo and seriously dirty beats that will have the Drum & Bass crowd jumping! Now it’s over to the DJ’s, the clubs, the dancefloors, the listeners. We certainly believe that this will become a future classic!