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[av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”] Third Party Britishduois back with a massive release on their own imprint Release Records. Their new impressive production is called “Real Sound” and it’s a collaboration with Sentinel.
“Real Sound“ is a homage to authentic progressive house back when it was still fresh. The track is filled with Nicky Romero and Sander Van Doorn influences, but still scores on originality. There’s a part in the main breakdown where the entire beat slows down to an almost nu-disco pattern, after which the tempo slowly goes up, before culminating into a full-blown progressive drop.
That precedent has played seamlessly onto club floors and festival line-ups across the continents. It’s made appearances at spots as diverse as Brixton Academy, Creamfields, Ministry of Sound, O2 Academy Leeds, XS and Liv a live reality of their ongoing success: high demand without the creative shortfall.
The future is about taking full ownership of their sound on a global scale, leading with a seal of quality and showing where dance music can still be given a unique spin.