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Nihil Young & Wolf Story "Voice of Reason"

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Source: Yoshitoshi

Following releases on Nervous, Lapsus and Tulipa, Wolf Story's latest work is coming out on Yoshitoshi records for The Deep End Miami compilation. Miami based duo joined forces with Italian talented artist Nihil Young for an emotional, dark & exciting journey.

Like most of the tracks being selected on the compilation, "Voice of Reason" features a bass line that will spark the fireworks on the dance floor! The up & coming Wolf Story guys are in good company since the compilation features also tunes by Sharam, Victor Ruiz, Eddie Amador, Andhim, Shiba San and more ...

Short Facts

2017-03-10 (Juno)
2017-02-24 (Beatport)
2017-03-10 (Traxsource)
Yoshitoshi Recordings (Juno)
Yoshitoshi Recordings (Beatport)
Yoshitoshi Recordings (Traxsource)
YRD047 (Juno)
YRD047 (Beatport)
YRD047 (Traxsource)

Tracklist (Single Track Only)

1 :
Voice Of Reason (Original Mix) (06:17 / 124 BPM)
Nihil Young, Wolf Story
Deep House

Biography Nihil Young

Nihil Young continues to fashion new trends in minimal and tech-house music, at only 20 years of age he started his career off with a bang, with a string of highly-acclaimed releases hungering labels Atlantic, Armada, 1605, and Definitive records. His ingenious sound has caught the attention of heavy weights around the world.

In 2011 his production with John Acquaviva titled “Good Music” prevailed in the Beatport top 5 for four months and shortly after, Nihil had been nominated for Techno’s top selling track of 2011. A small insight into the accomplishments Nihil Young has had thus far in his career.

Biography Yoshitoshi Recordings

Yoshitoshi Recordings was founded in 1994 by the world famous Grammy winning duo, Deep Dish. The Washington DC-based record label has been a staple in dance music culture since its inception.

It has been 17 years since Deep Dish first founded the label and seven since they released their critically acclaimed debut artist album Junk Science. In 2002, the duo won a Grammy in the Best Remixed Recording category for their remix of Dido's single "Thank You". Over the years, Yoshitoshi Recordings has released a number of genre-defining mixed CDs from classics like Yoshiesque to the recent Sharam Live at Warung Beach Brasil.

With infectious releases continuously igniting dance floors and charts alike, Yoshitoshi has built a reputation for offering the best house music around. As for the future, Yoshitoshi Recordings seeks to continue pushing the boundaries of electronic dance music by releasing refreshing tracks and eclectic compilations of innovative music.

Deep House / Yoshitoshi Recordings

Tech House
160 (100%)
158 (98%)
Deep House
149 (93%)
91 (56%)
41 (25%)

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{do the hip!} // house • minimal • techno

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