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‘Believe’ returns to Zulu Records with a new sound

After Stefano Sorge’s and Miss Helen’s hard-hitting house triumph recently featured on Zulu’s ‘Ibiza 2017’ compilation album, Federico Scavo brings ‘Believe 2017’ back to the drawing board for a fresh rework. The Italian DJ is well-known for his ability to produce funk-infused house music, and this record is no exception. The high-energy, big-room rework has already gained massive early support and plays from Tough LoveDanny HowardMy Digital Enemyand Plastik Funk, and it’s easy to hear why.

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Feel good vibes from start to finish as Zulu continue to bring the energy from Ibiza. Even after the summer season came to a close, they are delivering hands-in-the-air house music on a weekly basis to remedy your White Isle blues. With such a quality selection of artists involved in this, there was only ever going to be one outcome.

A driving, rumble of a bassline that fills the track up nicely from the word ‘go.’ Classic build-ups, devastating drops and an infectious vocal hook that makes for one of the most powerful sounds of the year – make sure this one is turned up. Bright synth patterns and heavy keyboard hits lift the rhythm, as the flawless production from Federico takes things to another level.

If there was ever a way to dive straight back into the summer – this is it. Zulu Records produce yet again.

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About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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