DubVision push their modern house tide forward on ‘I Wanna Be There’ with ANML KNGDM
Anyone who keeps up with Martin Garrix‘s weekly mixes knows that the appearance of new DubVision in the STMPD RCRDS helmer’s mid-April installment had everyone inquiring about its due date beneath the YouTube video. It didn’t take long for an answer to be resolved as DubVision follow their unbelievable progressive house spin of Andrew Rayel’s “Silver Lining” with their second original of the year, “I Wanna Be There.”
Stepping aside from STMPD to join Jonas Blue‘s Electronic Nature for their label debut, DubVision help shine a spotlight on the rising anonymous group known as ANML KNGDM with their latest. DubVision’s new-fashioned house tide unceasingly surges every single time they step into the release ring, drawing out their repeated practice of matching an irreproachable topline to their blueprint and chaining them alongside a slick, piano-driven lead.
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