Jan 20, 2013
Breaking Your Fall Remixes
Danny Avila - Breaking Your Fall (Lucky Date Remix) [Big Beat]
Danny Avila - Breaking Your Fall (Sick Individuals Remix) [Big Beat]
Danny Avila - Breaking Your Fall (dBerrie Remix) [Big Beat]

Two months removed from the release of his debut single Breaking Your Fall, Spain’s hottest rising star Danny Avila makes his return to the release circuit with a juiced up remix package for his beloved debut anthem. At 17 years young, Avila is coming off an enormous 2012 which saw the young phenom dazzle crowds under the bright lights of Ibiza and house his own radio show on SiriusXM. Having gained momentum toward the end of 2012, Avila is off to a blazing start this year behind quality remixes from Lucky Date, Sick Individuals, dBerrie and Mikael Weermets.

Bay area native Lucky Date dishes out the first rework of Breaking Your Fall which is equipped with a crunchy, more refined bassline than its similar counterpart in Fall Into The Sky, his acclaimed collaboration with Zedd. As exemplified in both productions, Lucky Date’s craftiness and originality have placed him at the forefront of must-work-with candidates in the electro house scene. Arguably the busiest artists in the past month have been Sick Individuals who released their newest single Soldiers and remixes for Hook N’ Sling & Nervo and Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman within 15 days of each other in December. Having not skipped a beat, the Netherlands natives are back on remix duty with a batch of big room synths and playful melodies sure to ignite a steady wave of sheer pandemonium amongst any crowd.

My personal favorite of the bunch comes from the studio of New York’s own dBerrie. From the dark, minimalistic opening to the chugging synth work, dBerrie transforms Breaking Your Fall into an unprecedented dynamic banger. Weermets rounds out the superb package with another electro spin on the original behind an edgy bassline and high end synth work. Be sure to support all of the artists and pick up this package over on Beatport.

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