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Shelco Garcia & Teenwolf x ETC! ETC! – Follow (ft. Milana)


The boys hailing from Vegas never cease to amaze. Shelco Garcia & Teenwolf have been working relentlessly in the studio and now they are back! This time round they created a massive collab called ‘Follow’ with ETC!ETC! & Milana.  ‘Follow’ is part of their forthcoming third (!) EP on Mixmash Records. Teaming up with ETC!ETC! was bound to deliver something unique and it did. The heavy trap infused track is sure to get everybody to the dancefloor in a heartbeat. ‘Follow’ has that eclectic and cross over sound you are used to hear from these guys.

Shelco Garcia & Teenwolf had the following to say about the track:

It’s a complete banger fusing ETC!ETC!’s trap sound and our pop chords. The amazing vocal from our good friend Milana really seals the deal. We are super proud of this one and can’t wait to spin (and hear) it everywhere.” 

Martin Solveig & Laidback Luke “Blow” (Preview)


In 2012 Martin Solveig and Laidback Luke met up in Sydney, Australia to start on a collaboration during the famous Stereosonic music festival and then met up once again during the Ultra Music Festival to work on the project that was left incomplete (Supposedly done during Ultra but felt that the Ultra crowd was not the right place for its debut). Then finally when the Tomorrowland Festival came about, and when Martin and Luke saw the reaction of the crowd when they both opened with the track, they finally felt that it was the right time to introduce it to the masses. The festival tune titled “Blow” consists of a French Electro sound mashed with Dutchy synths and drum patterns. While there is no word on its release (on Mixmash Records), you can be sure that you will be hearing it at your next edm festival. Here’s a preview!



La Fuente & Jamie Murray “Buzzing”


Mixmash artist and the man with the big afro, La Fuente has teamed up with Scottish artist Jamie Murray to bring “Buzzing” a new dutch bomb that will definitely be a club and festival favorite. We have a mix of grimy dutch beats with progressive synths that lighten up the electro vibe thats included in it. Laidback Luke is a definite supporter as it has been released under his label so take a listen and you’ll see why main man Luke has included La Fuente into his arsenal.