Big Room Breathes New Life With Ronyz’s “Rebirth”

When you create a track that instantly garners the attention by some of the biggest players in the EDM game, then you are certainly on the right track! This is especially the case for EDM music maker Ronyz. Already gaining affiliations that include Black Hole Recordings, Cr2 Records, Musical Madness and Cloud 9 Dance, Ronyz is paving his way straight to the top. His new track “Rebirth” out now on Ensis Records and is making major waves between the industry big dogs. “Rebirth” has already received some major air time from Hardwell (played on Hardwell ON AIR), W&W, R3hab, Blasterjaxx, Yves V, Breath Carolina, Vlad Rusu, and Simon Lee & Alvin, and that’s just to name a few! It couldn’t come soon enough as everybody is always looking for a fresh new big room house track to light dance floors up during the peak hours of the night. Well, here it is folks! A wild new track primed and ready for your listening pleasure!

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“Rebirth” track review:

This track has banger written all over it. The initial build is unique and intense with interesting vocals leading the titillating climb. Instantly the energy pumps you right into the first drop unveiling a big room house beat that you simply can’t ignore. It’s a track that you urges you to stomp along with the beat, releasing all inhibitions and sending you straight into festival mode. Before you realize it the track changes gears into a softer melody that gives you just a moment to breathe before another intense climb. With drums pumping we plummet into the latter half of the track, just as strong and just as energized. As a whole it’s a track that has the potential to put Ronyz on the map as more and more EDM maestros add “Rebirth” to their track lists. Can “Rebirth” be the rebirth of big room? We will just have to wait and see!

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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.