Abel Ramos and Albert Neve, two of the leading lights in the Spanish dance music scene, have teamed up to release a huge collaboration titled ‘Let The Bass Be Louder’ – out now through Tiësto’s Musical Freedom label. The track looks back to 90’s rave culture, incorporating elements of its sound into their respective approaches to progressive house. ‘Let The Bass Be Louder’ brings together two of the biggest DJs in Spain for one huge track.
In late 2015, Neve teamed up with Dutch superstar Chuckie on ‘Damn’, released through Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike’s ‘Smash The House’ imprint, and now joins forces with fellow countryman Abel Ramos who comes with his own hit credentials, having crafted remixes for David Guetta, Rihanna and Mariah Carey. ‘Let the Bass Be Louder’ finds Abel and Albert combining their progressive and electro house sounds with ideas drawn from the 90s rave culture and ideas. A progressive anthem with hints and subtleties drawn from the history of dance music, and shot through with an undeniable sense of fun.
Having slayed Tomorrowland 2015, and released on ‘Dirty Dutch’, ‘Smash the House’ and now ‘Musical Freedom’, Albert Neve is primed to cement his place in the big leagues of the industry, whilst Abel Ramos builds on a whirlwind 2015 that saw him play a similarly outstanding set at Tomorrowland. With ‘Let The Bass Be Louder’ Abel Ramos and Albert Neve are set to bring the Spanish dance scene to the forefront of the industry consciousness – a distinctive, powerhouse dance track with an ensemble cast of diverse influences. Check out ‘Let The Bass Be Louder’ on Musical Freedom now.
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