Didn’t make it to the super-festival Ultra in stunning Miami this year? Relive it with the UMF 2014 After Movie, which released in late September. It has now been revealed that the music soundtracking this cinematic stunner is the work of acclaimed Dutch production duo Vicetone.
The announcement comes wrapping up a banner breakthrough year for the dynamic DJ’s who have taken the dance music world by storm. Vicetone’s latest single “United We Dance” offers a gripping build up filled with anticipation that adds to the already enthralling video of 2014’s Ultra Music Festival this past March. The song will see release November 3 via Ultra Music, and seems a fitting match up to the high-octane footage that it serves score to.
“Writing and producing the score for the Ultra 2014 aftermovie has been an incredible experience for us,” Vicetone says. “We always wanted to score a project like this, and have the freedom to incorporate our own style of dance music with contemporary orchestral elements to create a unique piece. It has been the most ambitious project we've ever done in our career and we spent months getting
This news comes fresh off the tail of our very own top 100 poll, which saw Vicetone climbing the ranks from #60 in last year’s poll to #36 in this year’s results. Surely, Vicetone have reaped the benefits of a year spent diligently pumping out high quality, crowd pleasing productions in the studio, working the crowds with energetic sets and touring relentlessly at some of the worlds leading clubs and festivals. Hard work does pay off kids.
“It's an honor to know that all our fans appreciate the music that we are putting out and are taking the time to vote for us as their favorite artist,” add Vicetone. “It means the world to us and we're so grateful for all the support we're getting - without our fans we couldn't do what we're doing right now.”
Preview “United We Dance” below: Words: Rostislav Vaynshtok
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