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Артист: Mr. Belt Wezol Название: Time Жанр: House Год выхода: 2014 Label: Spinnin Deep О музыке:
A new tune by Mr. Belt Wezol right here on Spinnin' Deep. 'Time' is a true piece of classic vocal house music with a great
feel for what crowds need today. Incredibly big!!
Tracklist 01. Mr. Belt Wezol - Time (Original Mix)
Mr. Belt Wezol
Hailing from Delft, close friends and music lovers Bart Riem and Sam van Wees, team up as Mr. Belt Wezol, a playful DJ duo
that combine elements of house music to energetic tracks and sets that move dance floors. Though their monthly “Mr. Belt Wezol Room” podcast is
a spoof on super hip Boiler Room sessions, their music is anything but a joke.
In the summer of 2013 they literally went to a different festival every week and instead of hanging out at the main stage they were enjoying the
smaller deep house stages. This is where their idea of becoming Mr. Belt Wezol was born. Since then, they’ve bonded over their love for dance
music by raving away to UK and deep house music at festivals and by producing music of their own.
Before they became Mr. Belt Wezol, Bart’s focus was on eclectic house and Sam’s love was progressive house. Now these individual styles
contribute to their groove-laden mixes, which are often referred to as “future house”, but cannot be defined by any one genre. This unique sound
is best portrayed in the duo’s first joint track, “Homeless”, which establishes Mr. Belt Wezol as innovators in creating light-hearted dance
Though the two are influenced by house music of the 80s and 90s they reject the idea of taking DJing too seriously and choose to formulate their
tracks around the structure of standard pop songs. In doing so, they have carved out a new space for themselves within the EDM community which has
landed them recognition from Tiësto who was wowed by the duo’s melodic bootleg of Drake’s “Too Much.”
According to the duo, “most people think of loud hardstyle kicks when they hear the term EDM, that’s a shame because there’s so much more to
The duo is excited to be part of the Spinnin’ roster and they aim to establish themselves as a new branch of the label as an act that breaks from
stereotypical EDM. Their quality discography, which is available for free download, includes the following originals