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Great team-up between East & Young, Lucky Charmes and Eline Mann, reworking the classic Rolling Stones’ record ‘Paint It Black‘ into a sweet house tune, out via Spinnin’ Records.
Officially approved by The Rolling Stones themselves, the collaboration exceeded our expectations, with East & Young, Lucky Charmes and Eline Mann winning the challenge or covering such a legendary track.
‘Paint It Black‘ is transformed into a house tune featuring hunting vocals, guitar chords, and a strong drop with horn melody. Big stuff, massively supported by guys like Tiësto, Martin Garrix, Oliver Heldens, Hardwell, Nicky Romero, R3hab and many more.
Rising up from the relatively quiet backdrop of Enschede, east Holland, Marc Vano and Ivo de Jong are making some serious noise with their fresh approach to electronic music. East & Young are purveyors of a sound that is rooted firmly in the big room/progressive sound, but also draws on influences from far and wide.
Continuing to make serious waves across the global music industry, Lucky Charmes exciting, new, groovy house sound has made its imprint in the scene, with a number of productions cooking in the studio and a tour schedule heating up across various international hot spots.
East & Young and Lucky Charmes took advantage of energetic weirdo Eline Mann‘s voice, a singer who loves writing and interpreting songs. Their track is probably on the best releases that Spinnin’ Records has in its store for 2018.