Oliver Heldens feat. RUMORS – Ghost

Oliver Heldens reverts to solo production with the brilliant ‘Ghost’. After a frustrating twofold effort with now chronic-collaborator Tiesto, Heldens returns to form with his latest release on Heldeep Records. ‘Ghost’ is your model Oliver Heldens track – his trademark future house sound is fused with a vocal track that perfectly complements the energy that permeates throughout this release. … Continue reading

HI-LO – Ooh La La

Another beauty from future-house aficionado HI-LO (aka Oliver Heldens). Showcasing an eclectic mix of brooding bass and old school vibes (thanks to some choice sampling), Heldens’ ‘HI-LO’ project explores the darker side of house and yet remains surprisingly upbeat, producing something that is deliciously moody. Veering away from the catchy melodies of ‘Last All Night’ … Continue reading

Oliver Heldens & Da Hool – MHATLP (HI-LO Edit)

A sumptuous remix of Da Hool’s 90s house classic ‘Meet Her at the Love Parade’, from Hi-Lo, a moniker of the massive Oliver Heldens. Retaining the original’s iconic melody, ‘MHATLP’ sees Hi-Lo instil added bounce and groove, bringing this track squarely into the 21st Century. A wobbing bassline and fresh breakbeats make for an exciting new take on this … Continue reading

Spinnin’ Records Summer Mix 2015

Summer vibes are in full flow with this wonderful showcase. The likes of Oliver Heldens, Curbi, and The Magician make for an hour and a half’s worth of pure bliss – festival season is around the corner, and we can’t wait.

Jack Ü Ft. Justin Bieber – Where Are Ü Now (Elephante Remix)

A nice future house-inspired remix of the massive Jack U. As showcased by the likes of Don Diablo and Oliver Heldens, future house, as with tropical, is fast-becoming a big player on the EDM scene. Instantly recognisable synths combine with a dancy yet certainly not overbearing bassline that I’d have to describe as somewhere in … Continue reading

Don Diablo ft Kris Kiss – Chain Reaction (Domino) (Original Mix)

The latest track from future house mainstay Don Diablo. ‘Chain Reaction’ is perhaps the archetype of this producers expansive catalog – Oliver Heldens-esque synths combine with Don Diablo’s signature punchy bass and funky beats. Although lyrically, and vocally, weak, this is still an interesting and enjoyable track, marking a leave from the typical prog-house Spinnin’ … Continue reading