Oliver Heldens stated he created the melody of the brand new monitor again in 2012, when he was simply 17.
Final 12 months, Oliver Heldens’ HI-LO teamed up with progressive techno producer House 92 to drop their chart-topping collab, “Mercury.” Now, the pair is again for extra with “Arpeggio,” a heavy-hitting document that includes the signature darkish and enthralling sounds of each artists.
“Arpeggio” coaxes with alluring soundscapes and heavy kicks, transporting us to a dusky warehouse. Infused with melodic parts that completely juxtapose the cavernous, thumping low finish, the brand new monitor is bound to warmth up any dancefloor—and it has been a very long time coming.
Heldens stated he created the melody of the brand new monitor manner again in 2012, when he was simply 17.
“I made the melody of this monitor in 2012 after I was 17 and it simply all the time caught with me, however I by no means completed a monitor with it,” the Dutch dance music celebrity stated in a press release. “Till I confirmed it to House 92 in Bali final 12 months and we ended up ending this concept collectively, and I couldn’t be happier with the top outcome! Extra melodic, melancholic and ‘dramatic’ than our earlier collab ‘Mercury,’ I believe ‘Arpeggio’ completely blends the worlds of ‘Afterlife’ melodic techno, trance and peak time techno, with out dropping any of that high-energy drive that additionally made ‘Mercury’ so efficient.”
An prolonged mixture of the monitor has additionally been launched on HILOMATIK. Take a take heed to “Arpeggio” under.
Each HI-LO and House 92 not too long ago performed at RESISTANCE Miami throughout Miami Music Week 2023. The latter additionally appeared at Heldens’ Heldeep pool occasion.
HI-LO closed the week by acting at Extremely, going back-to-back with deadmau5’s alias, TESTPILOT, for a wild journey. He’s at present on tour, as is the Beatport chart-topping House 92, who will quickly head to London, Los Angeles, Berlin and extra.
You could find “Arpeggio” on streaming platforms right here.
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