Today, let's take a moment to relive history.
In 2008, Eventvibe's music label EV Music released its first single "Clutch" by Cowboy Mike. That year, not only was the progressive trance hit played on Above & Beyond's legendary Trance Around the World radio show, but was also the #1 track on Ferry Corsten's Countdown. It's an understatement to say the single was a success, as San Diego resident Cowboy Mike went on to play with big trance names like Tiesto, Armin van Buuren, Paul van Dyk, ATB, Cosmic Gate, and several more.
Flash forward to 2015, and elite artists have vamped up Cowboy Mike's hit, each with a fresh spin of their own. Cowboy Mike, who now goes by CBM, released his own rework on Beatport, along with 3 remixes by Donald Glaude & Late Night Science, Renato Dinis, and Royal Zeven & High Frequencies.
Be the first to hear the new tracks released TODAY. If CBM reached the sky's limit with Clutch in 2008, who knows what 2015 can bring?
CBM reworks his progressive trance single "Clutch"with a heavy bass breakdown, blending rapid build-ups with room for some serious introspection.
Donald Glaude and Late Night Science bring retro funk to their "Clutch" rework that would fill the dance floor anywhere from Ibiza to Jupiter, reviving the flair of old-school house while keeping the high energy of the original alive.
With a beating 138 BPM pulse, Renato Dinis' remix adds a dramatic atmosphere to "Clutch", making the epic track suitable to be spun at trance events around the globe.
Royal Zeven & High Frequencies kick the intensity up a notch with their massive remix of "Clutch", adding powerful melodic layers that would smash a festival of thousands.
Royal Zeven and High Frequencies are the newest additions to the EV Music family!
Based out of San Diego, CA, EV Music's mission is to blend the essence of Southern California lifestyle into dance music, with the label hosting talented up and coming producers. Check out the label's Soundcloud featuring new releases and the EV Music podcast.
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