When DubVision and Afrojack started creating ‘New Memories’ for fans worldwide with their very first collab, it was only a matter of time before the two top acts would mingle again.
When it comes to empowering legions of listeners at once, DubVision has designed the playbook. The Dutchmen enjoyed tremendous success with a slew of songs that warm the heart as well as the soul, and they’ve just lined up another brilliant track that hits it home in that regard: ‘Hope’.
With both acts coming off of a successful 2018, the time was right for two of electronic music’s most esteemed duos to join forces and score big.
After a big year that saw them release staple tracks such as ‘Antares’ and ‘Steal The Moon’, DubVision knocks it out of the ballpark on their first try of 2019.
The track looks set to be a big fixture over the holiday season.
If you lock two of the hottest dance music acts of today in a studio with nothing but time and talent on their hands, you know you’ll soon find yourself at the receiving end of quite the sonic masterpiece. Such is the case with DubVision and Afrojack, who’ve dug their teeth into their new collaboration and have just emerged to drop their first-ever link-up to date: New Memories.
We’ve been witness to a transitional era of musical genres and dance music styles over the last few years. With so much of activity in the transitional market, we’ve seen a fair share of artists deliver creatively with different styles, but we have also seen a bunch of artists deliver emphatically with a style that is unique to their signature sound.
Dutch brothers Victor and Stephan Leicher are fast conquering the world of dance music as scintillating duo DubVision. With everyone from Hardwell to David Guetta to Avicii and Tiësto supporting their show-stopping productions, their prolific output has enjoyed immense exposure across the world.
This kind of ‘slamming’ is Dash Berlin’s sole preserve. Joining forces with fellow Dutchmen DubVision and renowned vocalist Jonny Rose led to the futuristic and fresh ‘Yesterday Is Gone’, an unmatched and unbridled piece of progressive perfection.