DVBBS Give Steve Aoki & Monsta X’s “Play It Cool” a Summer-Ready Remix for the Dancefloor

Just in time to kick off summer, DVBBS just dropped their festival-ready remix of Steve Aoki & Monsta X‘s fan favorite “Play It Cool.” The Canadian brothers have been on a streak of breezy electronica releases such as their recent “GOMF,” featuring BRIDGE, but they bring back the beloved, larger-than-life house sound with the new remix. With progressive, bouncy melodies, driving basslines and catchy vocal hooks, the “Play It Cool” version delivers all the elements that make for a dancefloor-friendly hit. No matter where your adventures lead you this summer, you can trust this nostalgic, energizing track to turn the heat way up. Expect to hear “Play It Cool” at beach clubs and festival stages around the globe this season! Download / Stream

Canadian duo DVBBS first gained acclaim in the electronic music world with their smash single “Tsunami” in 2013, winning over fans and tastemakers alike with their energetic, dynamic sound. The brothers haven’t stopped since, dropping a string of hits including “La La Land,” “Gold Skies” and the Number 1breakthrough “Angel,” which achieved global success and over one billion streams, relentlessly expanding their cultural footprint through platinum sales certifications in nearly a dozen countries. DVBBS‘s live performances are nothing short of epic, which has lead them to perform an impressive 250 dates a year for the last three years, hitting the the world’s most prestigious clubs and iconic music festivals including TomorrowlandTomorrowWorldEDC Las VegasUltra Music FestivalHakkasan Las Vegas, and Amnesiaand Ushuaia in Ibiza. Expanding on that global influence, DVBBS founded their Mount Woozy Festival in Toronto back in 2015, with plans to expand throughout Canada in the near future. Keep an eye on DVBBS‘ upcoming tour schedule.

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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