Alok & Mathieu Koss Ft. Joan Alasta – Big Jet Plane [Spinnin’]
Looking back at a whirlwind summer, which saw him play shows all around the planet, Brazilian superstar DJ Alok is back with a slick rendition of Angus and Julia Stone’s global hit, ‘Big Jet Plane’ – out now via Spinnin’ Records.
It takes off with sweet guitar sounds and authentic vocals, ready to deliver some ear candy. Deep and melodic bass lines take over and complete the sophisticated sound, making sure this is a journey you don’t want to miss. Be quick and hop aboard this exciting flight!
Teaming up with French producer Mathieu Koss and French Vocalist Joan Alasta, this sensational cut blends Alok’s signature Brazilian Bass with the original’s widely recognized vocals. Easing the listener into the track with down-tempo piano chords and guitar licks, the emotive female vocal piece leads the listener into a chorus of reverberating bass lines and euphoric strings. Adding yet another weapon to his ever-growing back catalogue, fans have been patiently waiting for the release of ‘Big Jet Plane’, after hearing it in Alok’s recent live performances and mixes.
Alok is back on Spinnin‘ label after releasing with his two partners in crime, Bruno Martini and Zeeba, the successful collab “Never Let Me Go“, which has been streamed over 40,000,000 times since its May release. Alok has had also an incredibly busy July, playing all across Europe from France to Belgium, and releasing both his ‘Alok Presents Brazilian Bass – Part 1‘ via SPINNIN‘ and most recently, a remix for Rolling Stones front man, Mick Jagger.
Making every moment of 2017 count, Alok has played also at some of the world’s most iconic festivals this summer, including three unique sets at Tomorrowland, performances at Creamfields, Mysteryland and Ushuaïa. Putting his own unique spin on Rolling Stones’ frontman Mick Jagger’s recent single ‘Gotta Get A Grip’, and teaming up with HI-LO for ‘Alien Technology’, Alok’s prolific release schedule continues to stun, and leave fans wondering what is coming next from the Brazilian power producer.