Adriatique Remix Mathame’s ‘Never Give Up’

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Italian brothers Mathame release the next remix for their latest single, ‘Never Give Up’.

Originally released in March, ‘Never Give Up’ has received an array of industry support, including being awarded ‘The Essential New Tune’ accolade by BBC Radio 1’s Pete Tong. Arriving via ‘B1 Recordings / Ministry Of Sound’, ‘Never Give Up’ (Adriatique Remix) is now available to stream and purchase.

As one of the most sought-after duos in techno, Adriatique’s close friendship and complementary skill set have been key to the development in creating the act who stands before us today. Their releases have come through leading labels such as ‘Diynamic’ and ‘Cityfox’ to name a few, alongside their own imprint, ‘Siamese Records’. Their talents were taken to new heights after the release of their debut album, ‘NUDE’ on Tale Of Us’ seminal ‘Afterlife’ label, which saw the Swiss-duo gain further international recognition. With this recognition came performances at some of the worlds most renowned clubs, including Panorama Bar – Berlin, Shelter – Amsterdam, Printworks – London, LuxFrágil – Lisbon and Spybar – Chicago as well debuting at 2019’s Coachella edition. Following the previously released remixes from Vril, Lost Frequencies and Diplo, Adriatique rework ‘Never Give Up’ into an orchestral sounding yet ambient production.

Over recent years, electronic duo Mathame has established themselves as one of underground music’s most promising rising acts. Released in March via ‘B1 Recordings / Ministry Of Sound’, ‘Never Give Up’ continues to receive an ever-growing stream of support, already fostered from industry leaders including BBC Radio 1’s Pete Tong who awarded their earlier release on Tale Of Us’ ‘Afterlife’,‘For Every Forever’ their first ‘Essential New Tune’.

“Musically, ‘Never Give Up’ has many influences, from techno to cinematic soundtracks and sound design. We try to synthesise all our influences into one track that can be like a manifesto of our sound, dynamic, wider, handcrafted, dreaming, with a simple and strong message. A message to the earth, like a flag that calls everyone to not ever give up. The track arrives at the time of a global crisis where it feels like everything is out of our hands and we have lost control. Now more than ever, the planet earth and humanity need this message, every day and every night.” – Mathame

Forming in 2013, brothers Amedeo and Matteo Giovanelli have progressively become an integral part of the underground electronic scene, first releasing on Vaal’s ‘Bastaard’ label in 2015. Followed up with a further EP on Tiefschwarz’s revered ‘Souvenir’ in 2017, their activity arguably culminated at its peak in a release for Tale Of Us’ ‘Afterlife’ label in 2018, featuring tracks ‘Nothing Around Us’ and ‘Fade Into You’.

2019 proved to be a breakthrough year for the duo, with an international touring schedule spanning Stockholm, Abu Dhabi, Milan, Istanbul and more, highlighted by a performance for French video platform Cercle, filmed at the summit of Mexico City’s Reforma 180 Heliport. With the Cercle stream currently amassing over 2 million views, Mathame has also worked with fellow Italian duo and close friends, Tale Of Us. The last two years have seen Mathame become residents for their ‘Afterlife’ event series, performing at showcases from Mexico to Ibiza.

Bridging the gap between the underground and mainstream, Mathame has continued to showcase their prowess as producers, remixing for the Grammy-nominated live electronic act RÜFÜS DU SOL, along with providing an anthemic rework of MEDUZA’s ‘Lose Control’.

Continuing their unstoppable momentum across the new decade, Mathame recently launched their new multiplatform cinematic project, PHOENIX. The interdisciplinary brothers have innovated PHOENIX as an online stage and interactive space for both artists and music lovers. Using the latest 3D real-time technologies, PHOENIX has hundreds of different settings where DJ’s and musicians can perform in outlandish scenarios and backgrounds. The groundbreaking project took two months to develop and, in future, will also be a web community akin to the computer game and virtual universe, ‘Second Life’, where users can meet with their own avatar.

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