You might have probably heard this one at the sets of Tomorrowland as Dannic’s Clash received support from revered acts for this track and featured it during their sets. The track is officially out now on Fonk.
Dannic is not new to creating hard festival bangers and this one just exemplifies his prowess in this front. This track is definitely an explosion of music, as the fast pace takes you to a whole new level of energy. The music is aggressive in its vibe and the bouncy beats drop heavy both on the ear and the legs. One can clearly see the masterful blend of piano stabs and powerful kicks. Surely, he knows how to produce hit-making tracks.
Regarding the track, he says, “I had so much fun making ‘Clash’ that has been sending everyone crazy over this Summer’s festivals including Tomorrowland, so I’m glad it’s finally out in the open! As with every Fonk release, I like to pack a punch but add an unmistakable groove and it’s been great to see guys like Martin Garrix, Afrojack, and my buddy Hardwell already showing it some love – I hope you guys enjoy!”
Dannic, the prodigious DJ, and producer from Breda in the Netherlands – the hometown of Tiësto and Hardwell – is one of the fiercest acts to emerge from the latest generation of Dutch artists, cementing himself as a go-to name that delivers within the world of big-room, grooving house.
He is a well-acknowledged name in the world of dance music, known for his always solid and notable big room and grooving house sounds. With a string of anthems such as his collaboration with Fedde Le Grand on ‘Coco’s Miracle’, a rework of Silvio Ecomo’s ‘In No Dip’, ‘Stay’ featuring INNA, as well as ‘Viper’, ‘Noise’ and more recently ‘Falling In Love (SOS)’ featuring Polina Griffith, Dannic never disappoints with his studio output.
He has a very successful live side, performing at major stages like Tomorrowland, Miami Music, Ushuaïa Ibiza. Ready to champion Fonk Recordings and its talents no matter the artists’ experience or infancy, Dannic’s musical passion underpins his every move as a DJ for the people, whether this be his noteworthy peers passing praise or his millions of fans around the globe connecting both in the flesh and via a plethora of digital mediums, the scene waits with bated breath for the next move of this shining Breda producer
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