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For Nari & Milani (read our exclusive interview) it’s all about the love of music, as at the end of the day, making music is an art. They believe that music must speak to everyone, but it’s not always easy to achieve such a thing. However, Maurizio Nari and Ronnie Milani have managed to take the underground scene by storm with their original club monster ‘Atom’ on Size Records, released back in 2012.
Brought to the forefront of the scene by the legendary Swedish House Mafia themselves, the track surpassed all to become one of the most supported releases in history, and had producers all over the world trying to imitate and implement the sheer power emitted from the drop into their productions.
However, if you thought ‘Atom’ could not get any better – it just did. Reworked magnificently by Polish powerhouse Tom Swoon and rising Israeli duo Teamworx, the former hit may now have met its match, and quite brilliantly too.
Featuring an even more seismic rendition of the original ‘Atom’, the new collaboration strips away all but the basic drop arrangement and vocals, and provides the track with the sharp, heavy twist the original had always been missing.
Picked up almost instantly by ex-Swedish House Mafia members Axwell Λ Ingrosso, the track quickly worked its way into being a resident in nearly every set, and was premiered at their spectacular closing set at Ultra Music Festival in Miami this year. ‘Atom’ has also received support from the likes of Zedd, MartinGarrix, Hardwell, NickyRomero, Blasterjaxx, and countless other heavyweights in the scene.
We Rave You sat down with Teamworx to discuss “Atom” on Spinnin Records, their direction in music and future plans in an exclusive interview, which you can read here.