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STREAM – Darko De Jan – Mambo Poa + Sonny Wharton Remix (Seamless Traxx) // Out 27th April 2012

Darko de Jan – Mambo Poa (Seamless Traxx – STRAXX002)
1. Darko de Jan – Mambo Poa (Sonny Wharton Mix)
2. Darko de Jan – Mambo Poa (Original Mix)
Release Date: 27th April 2012

Seamless Traxx second release is the latest production from Darko De Jan, titled ‘Mambo Poa’, a Latino flavoured big room house track with chunky beats, driving bass line with the lead sound of the South American Flauta.

Darko De Jan, is not only musical director and resident DJ at the glamorous Armani Prive Nightclub but also resident DJ at Sanctuary Nightclub, at the Atlantis Hotel on the ultra-chic Palm Island in Dubai. Having played alongside pretty much every big name DJ on the planet from Steve Angello and Erick Morillo to Danny Tenaglia and Faithless, he knows good music and how to read a crowd. He has since taken this experience into the studio developing his own trademark sound suited to big room tracks with vocals and melodies with an infectious groove perfect for the dance floor. His previous releases reads like a Who’s Who of big underground labels such as Cr2, Hotfingers, 303 Lovers, Adapt Recordings and Nervous with many of them riding high in the Top 100 house chart on Beatport, Traxsource and Juno as well as licensed to many club compilations. To compliment Darko‘s excellent original we have recruited a man of sheer quality. Sonny Wharton, a man who needs no introduction to the world of house, having releases on labels such as Skint, Toolroom, 303 Lovers, Spinnin, Size Records as well as his own label Whartone Records he has been at the forefront of house music since winning a DJ Mag mix tape competition years ago, which led Mixmag to describe him alongside, Nic Fancuilli, as one of their “Future Heroes”.

He has remixed for artists including Fatboy Slim, Frankie Knuckles and The Temper Trap, and his tracks receive regular support from the biggest in the business – Mark Knight, Roger Sanchez, Steve Angello, and Pete Tong for whom he has done ’3 Essential Mixes’. For his remix he has taken this track on a different direction from the original, making this more percussive and bring different elements from the original mix to the forefront of the track and giving this a great spin on the original.

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