Mesto and Justin Mylo relinquish coveted opening from Martin Garrix’s Dutch waters stream
Considering the sheer volume of rinse and repeats that Martin Garrix‘s Dutch waters set has received in the past half-year, it’s no wonder that the delivery of its opening number has constantly been on our minds. Mesto and Justin Mylo have been long assumed to be the authors behind the unnamed production, and they’re now officially substantiating that claim, deeming “When We’re Gone” fit for its ultimate release on STMPD RCRDS.
The longtime friends are far from cooperative foreigners, having partnered up a couple of times in years past, although never formally submitting a true original by their lonesome. Mesto and Mylo are rightfully measured as two of future house’s avant-gardes, and “When We’re Gone” succinctly demonstrates why, as Martin Garrix’s two allies trade out the river reading’s “In The Name Of Love” acapella to line up a more than winsome affair.
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