The latest Spinnin’ Records release shows two names from the Brazilian repertoire. Vintage Culture and RICCI, two of the best talent in Brazil, have united once again to release “Later”, which promises to rock dance floors around Brazil and the world.
With heavy electro-synthesizers, a bass guitar and a sensual voice, “Later” evokes images of dark, smoky clubs and strobe lights that flash over people dancing, showing a connection with appealing sounds and the pursuit of immediate pleasure.
RICCI wrote the lyrics and melody for the track, even recording the whistling sounds on his phone. Vintage created the drop for the track, with heavy electro pitches. The synergy of these two producers is incredible. Spinnin’ Records has been seeking to increase its portfolio of international talents, and Vintage Culture and RICCI stand out as some of the most promising names for them. GO BRAZIL!
Both Vintage Culture and RICCI have established themselves as two of the most popular and promising electronic music producers in Brazil; The two performed separately at Lollapalooza Brasil this year, where Vintage Culture performance was the only concert of the entire festival that reached its maximum capacity on one of the main stages.
Vintage Culture was also chosen by Martin Garrix to participate in his “Multiply” party at Hi Ibiza on the Spanish island and was named by Forbes as one of the most influential people in the Brazilian market in 2016.
Producing “Later” together with the talented RICCI made perfect sense after their latest single “Wild Kidz” hit more than 8 million plays on Spotify. Just in the first year of his musical career, RICCI played in Green Valley and had releases on SONY Music Brasil, Spinnin’, and Monstercat. Following the successes of “Boom” and “Lost Generation”, the DJ from Mato Grosso do Sul ventures into the US market with his upcoming single “Hold My Hands”, which will be released on Steve Aoki’s label, Dim Mak.
With these impressive credentials, this will not be the last time you hear about these two rising Brazilian stars! “Later” promises to be another electronic anthem for fans of both DJs.
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