R3hab relentlessly worked his way to be in the position that he’s in. R3hab’s original signature production sound we were all familiar with was filled with ‘bleeping’ dutch sounds. There was much controversy over whether or not he could step outside of his safe zone, whether or not he could break his sound barrier.
If you follow EDM religiously, you’d know how diverse his production style has become. From melodic progressive house, to trap, to massive hard electro house, he has made a major impact on the EDM scene already and will continue to do so.
This time, he took the typical electro sound and turned it into something funky, bouncy electro and named it “Android”. Once the clock hits the 42 second mark, he breaks the song down in a melodic anthem sounding synth. The grinding, gassy synth of the drop is similar to MAKJ’s remix to “Not Taking This No More” by Nervo and Ivan Gough. I hope you guys like the brand spanking new preview. Help build the hype. It’ll be released on Dim Mak on February 25th so prepare yourselves!
Ivan Gough and Jebu are a couple of Australians who are no strangers to each other as we all know. They’ve collab’ed before a few times, most notably their monster bass-killing track “Kukatu”. This was Steve Angello’s secret weapon for quite a while until he released it.
Steve Angello and Size Records are preparing tons of new material that will be coming out soon enough, including originals, hidden gems, and crazy collaborations. A notable Steve Angello collab is with the #6 DJ’s in the world, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike.
This new track, “Noxu” is a drop filled with crazy energetic sounds. It drops once, leads to a bridge, and drops again with more sounds to fill the air. It’s a big-room sounding monster. There are signature Dannic sounds present; this song reminds me of “Blueprint” by Dannic, which is a huge track. “Noxu” is a ticking bomb and it’s set to release on February 24th so prepare for the explosion. It’ll be out on Size Records and Neon Records
P.S. – We gave you guys the official preview along with a live rip of the track. You can get an idea of the quality and depth of the production via the soundcloud link, while you can hear a more complete version of the track in lower quality on YouTube . Let us know what you think!