Already announced as perhaps the biggest project in their career, Blasterjaxx is set to impress with its upcoming album.
The guys will present a wide range of their abilities, from familiar club tunes to more experimental sounds.
‘Children Of Today’ underlines this like no other, as it’s the result of the duo looking for a specific, and unique sound to use for a vocal. Instead of creating something themselves, they ended up with the 10-year old Anton, son of a befriended singer-songwriter, who they met during a studio session. When told the boy was an amazing singer, they took the chance and put him behind a microphone – resulting in probably the most perfect vocal for this track.
Even though the child did not have any experience in music, he loved it – and so did the Blasterjaxx guys! The vocals fitted perfectly with the song’s message, citing the contribution of today’s children to the development and future of the world.
According to Blasterjaxx, there’s lots of emotion in this track:
”Nothing could give ‘Children Of Today’ more value then being sung by a 10-year old boy! We’re always eager to experiment with different aspects in our tracks. As we got the opportunity to work with this talented kid we were absolutely blown away by the way he delivered the right vocal and mood for this track. For some of you it might be a little bit softer then you’re used to from us, but nevertheless it’s filled with 100% Blasterjaxx passion! We’re more than excited about this tune, full of positivity and hope, and driven by Blasterjaxx energy!”
Blasterjaxx has been around for a while already – and quite intensely, we might add. Teaming up about nine years ago, Thom Jongkind (29) and Idir Makhlaf (27) even lived together for a while in Thom’s Den Haag appartment, as they already spent all their time in Thom’s home studio. Producing music together 24/7, the guys became true friends, came up with their own sound and became successful on a global scale. This eventually resulted in high profile performances at events like Ultra Miami, Tomorrowland, EDC Las Vegas and Parookaville. In a fast paced dance scene, both guys still treasure their friendship as the basis for all this success – making the release of their debut album special.