Teaming up again for their second release on Musical Freedom, Albert Neve and Abel Ramos brings us a brand new track “Party,” out now. Following their collaboration “Let The Bass Be Louder” that came out on the imprint earlier this year, “Party” is fully aimed at the dance floor, featuring big drops, striking synths and infectious rhythms.
Bursting onto the scene in 2006, Albert Neve began paving his way towards becoming one of the leading lights of electronic music at age fifteen. Since his early foray into the world of music, Albert has maintained a relentless schedule of touring, producing and remixing. 2013 was a highlight year for Albert’s career after his remix of David Guetta’s “Play Hard” took off and is still being played out in clubs and festivals today. Gaining support from the likes of Armin Van Buuren, Afrojack, Bassjackers, Hardwell and Nicky Romero, he’s racked up releases on major labels such as Cr2, Chuckie’s Dirty Dutch imprint, Dimitri Vegas & LikeMike’s Smash the House label and Tiësto’s Musical Freedom.
Discovering dance music at a young age, Abel Ramos gone on to craft a signature big room sound, laced with groovy beats and dirty electro. The Spanish producer has played at internationally recognized clubs including London’s Ministry of Sound, Space in Miami, Montreal’s Stereo and Privilege in Buenos Aires as well as festivals such as Tomorrowland in Belgium, Rock in Rio and Sensation. In addition to creating official remixes for David Guetta, Fatboy Slim, Mariah Carey and Rihanna, Abel has released in demand originals for labels like Spinnin’ Records, Toolroom, CR2, F*** Me I’m Famous, Size Records and Defected.