[HOUSE] SAM FELDT & THE HIM FEAT. ANGI3 – “MIDNIGHT HEARTS”/WATERMAT & TAI – “FREQUENCY”

[HOUSE] SAM FELDT & THE HIM FEAT. ANGI3 – “MIDNIGHT HEARTS”/WATERMAT & TAI – “FREQUENCY”

[HOUSE] SAM FELDT & THE HIM FEAT. ANGI3 – “MIDNIGHT HEARTS”/WATERMAT & TAI – “FREQUENCY”

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After another long and dreadful winter it’s hard to believe that summer is around the corner. Sunshine and hot weather aren’t the only things to look forward to, however; summer also means we are in store for some massive dance anthems! Judging by these fresh releases on Spinnin’ Records, it’s going to be a very good summer indeed!

Dutch deep house star, Sam Feldt has already proven himself with last year’s excellent remix of I AM OAK‘s
On Trees And Birds And Fire and his chill out remake of Robin S’ 90’s house classic Show Me Love. While teaming up with Amsterdam duo The Him, he may just have created his catchiest and arguably best tune to date. Combining strong piano chords with Angi3’s sugary-yet-light vocals along with some background strings and a highly infectious melody may just prove to be one of 2015’s biggest summer hits. Perfect for the club or the beach the tune has already been championed by the likes of Pete Tong, Oliver Heldens, Martin Solveig and EDX, to name a few.

French producer Watermat has already given the world a pretty healthy dose of his talent in the form of last year’s Bullit which was a massive global smash that conquered dance floors and beaches of Miami and Ibiza, alike. Fast forward close to a year later and he is back giving us more of the same (which in this case is great) with another absolute banger entitled Frequency. The result of his collaboration with Germany’s TAI, Frequency is a sophisticated yet highly infectious deep house cut laced with a sweet and groovy piano chords and heavy synths. Catchy, summery, and highly creative, expect this to become an important piece of this summer’s soundtrack for many clubbers and beach goers all over the world.

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