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[av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”] Chocolate Puma and Pep & Rash team up and the result is magnificent. Captivating as it is, “The Stars Are Mine” is their upcoming collaboration on Spinnin’ Deep, bound to make you feel like… all the stars are yours.
It’s all about the melody for Dutch dj duo Pep & Rash. The two young producers hailing from the south of the Netherlands have been making serious waves for some time now. After getting signed to Spinnin’ Records in 2014 it was their hit track ‘Rumors’ that really gained them the worldwide recognition they were after. Their incredibly unique way of producing tracks that cannot be put into one single category has deemed fit for radio as well as stages at the world’s premier events like Tomorrowland.
Jesse and Rachid, as their real names are, both come from a small town in the southern part of the Netherlands, Zeeland. After initially getting introduced to music by his father, who was a guitarist in world-renowned pop group Shocking Blue, Jesse’s soon caught onto producing electronic music together with lifelong friend Rachid. The two worked relentlessly on finding their own sound and not soon after, they were onto something. Once called Pep & Rash house by Rachid, the duo’s music is simply a thing on their own and it’s steadily becoming the sound of the future.
As for Zki and Dobre, Jark Prongo, The Good Men or just plain old Rene et Gaston; whatever you prefer to call the DJ and production duo most commonly hailed as Chocolate Puma, chances are you know them one way or another. Gaston Steenkist and René ter Horst are two of Holland’s most celebrated electronic producers and with a career spanning 20 years, 200-odd releases and countless remixes under their various guises are a duo whose influence on the European dance music scene cannot be underestimated.