Afrojack & Laidback Luke Make You “Move To The Sound”

move to the sound

Imagine this: 2 dance teams posed for battle. Ready to let their aggression out on the dance floor. The beat begins to pulse though the speakers. A perfect combination of hip-house, Dutch-house, and electro. The energy is high right off the jump and suddenly the dancers begin to “Move To The Sound“. This is the reality behind the new high-powered dance floor banger, brought to life by none other than Wall Recordings Afrojack and Mixmash‘s own Laidback Luke! Exciting from start to finish, “Move To The Sound“, with vocals by Hawkboy, revamps the art of the dance battle with the release of an epic music video. You can feel the tension and see the passion as the track builds and the dancers perform with precision and flare. The track is an absolute must-have and the video is an absolute must see!

Recently, the world-famous Afrojack has been killing it with releases from his ever popular label Wall Recordings. Tracks like  D.O.D.‘s “Taking You Back” (Afrojack Edit), “Voorhies” by Lunar feat. Ambush, and Fais‘, “Hey” feat. Afrojack have been turning the heads of the EDM kingdom and revealing exciting new talent under Afrojack’s direction. Meanwhile, fellow EDM maniac, Laidback Luke, has been busy traveling the world and preparing for his arrival in Las Vegas, Nevada for EDC Week 2016 in which he will be taking control of both Light and Daylight clubs at Mandalay Bay. But, in spite of their busy schedules, these men have managed to come to gather to unleash a track that promises to set fire to the dance floor.

 Enjoy this energy packed music video for Afrojack and Laidback Luke’s “Move To The Sound” on YouTube:

Get your battle shoes strapped on, head to Beatport for your copy.


For more on Afrojack follow him on social media:

Facebook | Twitter |  Instagram | SoundCloud | Official website

For more on Laidback Luke follow him on social media:

Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | SoundCloud | Official website

Maria first fell in love with electronic music in the early 2000's when she heard a little tune called "Satisfaction" by Benny Benassi. Since then she has dived headfirst into the scene and has become wildly passionate about the trance, techno, and tech house genres. Festival's like EDC, Dreamstate, and Dirtybird Campout hold the key to her soul and dance music will always and forever be a major part of her life.

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