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Артист: Yves V Blasterjaxx Название: That Big Жанр: House Год выхода: 2013 Label: Spinnin Records / SP695 О музыке:
Yves V Blasterjaxx got their inspiration from classical music, strings play a huge part in their new production 'That Big'. After the
incredible build, the track booms into total electro mayhem. Load that Co2 cannon and let's go!
Yves V / Blasterjaxx
Yves V is one of the best growing DJ talents from the Benelux. He already played at events like Sensation, David
Guetta in Concert, Mysteryland and so on .. Last summer the beats brought by Yves V were a standard at every big outdoor event. One to remember was
definitely his memorable set at the mainstage of Tomorrowland! Nowadays Yves V is travelling around the globe. His remix of Insane Pressure was his
breakthrough of already a list of his own productions ('Madagascar' Ft Dimitri Vegas Like Mike Angger Dimas, 'Cloudbreaker' Ft
Basto, etc.). From there it’s only ever been upwards, with remixes for some of the biggest artists like Ian Carey, Timbaland, Missy Elliott,
Ginuwine and many more. Be surprised by an eclectic mix of the best electro, groove progressive sounds.
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Thom Jongkind (22) and Idir Makhlaf (21), better known as producer/deejay duo Blasterjaxx in the music industry,
are anything but the same. While one is often prominent and empowering, the other prefers staying quietly in the background - a fairly high contrast
in character. However, there is one significant reason for the phenomenal connection between these two personalities: their passion and love of
Mid 2010, Thom Jongkind - then operating by the name of Scalix - decided to set up a DJ duo named Blasterjaxx together with another producer at the
time. Thom quickly noticed that huge steps were taken in the field of productions and that the range towards their audience was constantly increasing.
Nevertheless, the personal chemistry between both producers started decreasing. Thus, it was Thom who focused more and more on music, while the other
producer started having other priorities. Shortly after, they mutually agreed on ending their collaboration as a duo and decided that Thom would
continue with the Blasterjaxx label.
Because Thom believed that Blasterjaxx would only be complete as a duo, he started looking for possibilities of a new, and this time around, perfect
collaboration. In the meantime, Thom had been charmed by Idir Makhlaf for a while, who at the time was operating by the name of Macosta. Only after a
few collaborations it was already clear how well they hit off; a new Blasterjaxx duo was born with - what subsequently appeared - an unparalleled
amount of talent and potential. Together they plan on taking over the world with their unique sound, which is best described as a crossover between
electro-house, big room and latin.
Their producing talents did not stay unnoticed. Due to diverse high listings in charts they got many fans, both home and abroad, in a short period of
time. Their success kept on growing from the very beginning, especially on production-level and in the field of releases and artist support. This all
resulted in various high listings on different music platforms in 2010, as well as their tracks being released by leading music labels, including:
Defected Records, Universal, Dirty Dutch and G-Rex. In terms of support they were able to rely on prominent names such as: Sidney Samson, Gregor
Salto, Franky Rizardo, Vato Gonzalez and many others.
Another clever entrant in 2011 was their bootleg of the worldwide hit Hello. This unofficial remix has, once again, received support from both
domestic and international circuits and has been downloaded and listened to for over a million times in total.
In 2012, Blasterjaxx was able to show their true nature and proved to be everything but an ephemera. Together with D-Rashid they produced the Reborn
EP with two tracks: Reborn and Where We Go. An EP-name with a story behind it, for this EP is in fact symbolic for Blasterjaxx’ renewed sound, which
they want to introduce and conquer the worldwide audience with. A rebirth that eventually turned out to be a bombshell, because none other than
Laidback Luke was eager to sign the tracks at his own label: Mixmash Records. It was only clear how much damage the tracks would be dealing after they
were released in December. Where We Go reached #98 in the Beatport Electro Charts Top 100 after only one day, and after only one week, both tracks
respectively reached #14 (Where We Go) and #16 (Reborn). The EP even took first place in the Beatport Top 100 Releases! A huge success complemented by
the support of magnitudes like: Tisto, Laidback Luke, Diplo, Steve Aoki, Dada Life, Robbie Rivera and more!
Blasterjaxx experienced one of the highlights in their relatively young career in early 2013, as they produced their newest production Loud Proud
together with Billy The Kit. The spot was marked and dreams started becoming reality. None other than Tisto approached the guys personally to sign the
track at his own record label Musical Freedom. In addition, Tisto invited Blasterjaxx to perform at his Musical Freedom Party in Nikki Beach, Miami.
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01. Yves V Blasterjaxx - That Big (Original Mix) 6:34