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Entries in Nervo (10)

Friday
Mar292013

Track of the Day: "Hold On" - NERVO

My girls the NERVO twins are here to make some noise after releasing their chart topper "Like Home," and having their popularity skyrocket. Lately the two have been singing almost exclusively for their own tracks, and "Hold On" is a testament to how well that plan has been working. A smooth Progressive interlude compliments the vocals like magic, leading them smoothly into a synth filled buildup where the melody soon cuts into a cool break that has classic written all over it! The EDM scene's two main ladies were absolutely incredible at Ultra, where they spun this track in front of thousands of adoring fans. Throughout the next few months be sure to catch the two as they continue their world tour.

By Jesse Silverman

Tuesday
Mar122013

"Something to Believe In" (Trypt Remix) - Norman Doray & Nervo ft. Cookie

Any EDM fan can tell you that heavy Electro House is the perfect pick-me-up no matter the occasion. Trypt, a versatile producer from Toronto, has racked up quite the collection original tracks and remixes in bass music and Electro House, and a few random others that are sure to put you in a good mood. His most recent remix of Norman Doray's and Nervo's track ft. Cookie, "Something To Believe In," has that steady and familiar pounce, but there are random twists and glitches that keep it fresh and modern. It's hard to pinpoint exactly what in this song is reminiscent of that workout, spandex 90s sound (perhaps the deep, rich vocals or the high energy backbeat), but the vibe maintains a positive flow throughout the song. Trypt has opened for several well-known artists and has a few shows coming up, so if you're in the Toronto area, be sure to check out Trypt! 

By Carol Olivera

Tuesday
Nov202012

Track of the Day: "Like Home" - Nicky Romero & NERVO

Talk about beautiful. Nicky Romero and super-talented Aussie-twins Miriam and Olivia, better known as NERVOteam up on a track that is going to be put on repeat around the globe. With the angelic vocal track sang by the twins, mixed with the synthy Electro House production Nicky Romero is known for, "Like Home" will take you on a journey of a lifetime . These lyrics create a sense of belonging and the song makes you want to get up and start jumping around, just in time for Thanksgiving. Check, check, check it out!

By Elyse Rousseau

 

Tuesday
Nov132012

Track of the Day: "Like Home" - Nicky Romero (Dillon Francis Remix)

Played for the first time this weekend on his radio show, Nicky Romero debuted an eagerly awaited new Dillon Francis remix to his track ft. NERVO “Like Home”. Right after, Romero spoke on the track: “It’s pretty cool because it’s so much different than all the other remixes and also all dance music in general… I’m super excited to release this one in a few weeks." So is it Moombahton, or is it Moombahcore? What ever it is, it’s funky, fresh, and perfected by none other than Dillon Francis. He can not and will not disappoint, so don't miss him on his Wet and Reckless Tour now and enjoy the radio rip until the official release is available!

By Steph Perez

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Monday
Nov052012

"Something To Believe In" - Norman Doray & NERVO (CLMD Remix)

CLMD (Carl Louis & Martin Danielle) follow up their recent appearance at NYC’s festive Day & Night brunch with an official Spinnin Records remix to Norman Doray and NERVO’s collaboration “Something to Believe In.” The melodious essence of the original track is kept intact with varied Trance basslines and piano play, as CLMD incorporate more of their own unique progressive big room tweaks to create a mix that’s enjoyable to the entire spectrum of EDM fans, from the hipster to the mainstream. The duo seem to have hubs in both Oslo, Norway and the Big Apple, but they are making headway on extending their reach with a gig tonight at the legendary WALL Lounge in Miami Beach. Be on the lookout, as CLMD will be bringing their Norwegian, NYC skyscraping escapades to a city near you.

By Kiren Srinivasan