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Press Release |  21 Dec 2018 13:26 |  By RnMTeam

Bruno Martini premiers The Remixes for his git 'Youngr'

MUMBAI: Aftercluv, the first major dance label operating in the entire Latin American and Iberian peninsula dedicated entirely to dance culture in all its genres, has released a suite of smokin’ remixes for Bruno Martini’s Youngr, which premiered on Billboard.com Dance last month.

Having garnered close to 9 million streams since its release this fall, “Youngr” feat. Shaun Jacobs, with its fresh upbeat house vibes and emotionally-charged music video, is a track suited for mainstages and intimate DJ sets. Now, the young visionary has released a remix EP that counts on the unique musical touch of such heavyweights as Clubbers and Dazzo, Diego Miranda and B Jones, Novak and Tom and Collins.

The first remix, by Clubbers & Dazzo, fires up the energy for a super-charged take that’s perfect for peak hours on the dance floor. Diego Miranda and B Jones, on the other hand, take a funkier and more upbeat approach with their sunny reimagining.  Novak’s rendition is a harder, fiercer, more bass-forward riff. And Tom & Collins cap off the EP with dark, moody, sultry techno vibes. Listen now and find our favorite remix of Youngr now.

Bruno Martini, Shaun Jacobs Youngr (Remixes)

-          Youngr (Clubbers & Dazzo remix)

-          Youngr (Diego Miranda & B Jones Remix)

-          Youngr (Novak remix)

-          Youngr (Tom & Collins Remix)

In just a few years, the 26-year-old Martini has built a following at some of the world’s biggest festivals including Creamfields UK, Tomorrowland, Parookaville in Germany and Hi Ibiza in Spain.  His Hear Me Now track was an international smash and he has gone on to release Sun Goes Down, Never Let Me Go, Road, Living on the Outside, Savages and other tracks,  generating over 700 Million streams along the way. This year he created official remixes of The Middle for DJ and producer Zedd, and Velha Infância for Tribalista. He has also worked with Dutch duo Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano, Sou seu fã with Dennis DJ and Morena for Vitor Kley. In between festivals, Martini is working on his first album project, due out next year.

Look out for Bruno Martini on tour in South America in 2018, in the US and Mexico in February and March 2019 and in Europe next summer.