Артист: DVBBS gun feat. Sanjin Название: Pyramids (Inmado Remix) Жанр: House Год выхода: 2015 Label: Spinnin Compilations/SP985 О музыке: One of last year's heavy hitters gets the rework it deserves. With the original already full of ragga
vocal vibes, here's Inmado replacing the electro vibe that came with it for heavy bass sounds, including housey breakbeats to make it cooler than
ever. As if DVBSS gun didn't already do a grand job, here's Pyramids taken to new heights, for sure the ultimate DJ tool for many days to
nFo about the artist
DVBBS is a Canadian electronic music duo formed in 2012, composed of brothers Chris Andre (born
Christopher van den Hoef, January 1, 1990) and Alex Andre (born Alexandre van den Hoef, October 17, 1991). They are most famous for their joint
international hit with Borgeous titled "Tsunami".
The Andre brothers are natives of Orangeville, Ontario. They are currently based in Los Angeles, California, and are signed with Josh Herman at
STRVCTVRE Artist Management. DVBBS spent two months recording their debut, Initio, released in March 2012. The EP features influences from a variety
of genres, including house, electronic, dubstep and reggae. Their greatest hit came with "Tsunami". At first the authorship of the track was not
revealed. The single had been popular at festivals for months prior to its official public release. It had been promoted by Dutch DJ Sander van Doorn,
although he denied being the producer. The song was confirmed by Pete Tong to be the work of DVBBS and Borgeous when Tong played the song on his show
on BBC Radio 1 on August 16, 2013. It was officially released on Sander Van Doorn's label Doorn Records on August 19, 2013. The song charted
worldwide on iTunes, reaching #1 in the Netherlands, also charted in Belgium, Austria, Denmark, Sweden, Canada and Germany. It also reached #1 on the
Beatport 100. A vocal remix featuring British rapper Tinie Tempah is due for release in Tempah's native United Kingdom in March 2014.
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