Daddy’s Groove are Italy’s most renowned DJ/Producer duo, and one of the scenes more prominent international names. So when news of their new material drops, attention is grabbed and ears and put on alert. Their new offering via Spinnin’ Records is titled “Back To 94′” featuring Cimo Frankel.
Hailing from the city of Naples in Italy, it’s been an impressive trail to international fame for Carlo Grieco and Peppe Folliero. Since their debut days they’ve had numerous release on labels such as Spinnin’ Records, Ultra, Dim Mak, Axtone and Size. And having remixed artists like Kylie Minogue, Whitney Houston, James Blunt and Enrique Iglesias, Daddy’s groove is one of the broadest in the dance music spectrum. Returning off the back of an exclusive deal with Spinnin’ Records, their first track jumps back in time, titled “Back to 94′”.
Pairing up with Dutch vocalist Cimo Fränkel, their new sound is one that continues their varied artillery of material. Blending catchy pop with house vibes has become a signature move in recent times. And with Fränkel’s previous work includes “Strong Ones” with Armin Van Buuren, as well as Yellow Claw and EDX, in turn promising a lot of excitement. Overwhelming in effect. the youthful sentiments culminate in crafted songwriting. Touching dare we say it, Daddy’s Groove’s track fits both dance floors and more personal settings.
Filled with nostalgia, the organic house vibes deliver a foundation for uplifting and reflective positivity. Simplistic individual layers culminate in a ‘trimmed’ electro formulation that leans on a more raw sample of tropical sounds, opposed to standard tracks from the sub-genre. Having attained support from the likes of Tiësto, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, R3hab, Bob Sinclar, Yves V and many more, Daddy’s Groove return signifies the start of something special in 2016 we hope. With a video to match, it’s a perfect compliment to what’s emerging as a summer essential tune already!
— Daddy’s Groove (@daddysgroove) March 3, 2016
— Spinnin’ Records (@SpinninRecords) March 3, 2016