Dynamite EP

Guille Placencia and George Privatti joined forces on the Dynamite EP for their first ever release on Resonance Records!

After already teaming up multiple times this year for some quality releases, Guille Placencia and George Privatti have found their way to the studio for another offering to the house music gods. Dubbed the Dynamite EP, this three-track release features some tech house vibes that will surely have dancefloors rocking to the beat.

Kicking things off is title track “Dynamite” which is infectious as ever with its vocal sample and bassline that you can’t help but tap your foot to while listening. Resonance Records bosses Max Chapman and George Smeddles put their spin on track next, giving it some extra punch in the edit. Their take on the track highlights the beat over the vocals, relying on the energy of the almost tribal-like vibe to carry it to the finish line.

Closing things out is “The Superfreak”, which brings some seriously funky vibes that will have you singing “give it to me” just as the vocal sample suggests. Surely a track that will invoke memories of disco days gone by, we can’t wait to hear this track played out live to see what moves get thrown down on the dancefloor!

Available now via Resonance Records, you can grab your copy of the brand new EP today via Beatport and get to dancing! Take a listen to the release below and let us know what your thoughts are in the comments!

Stream Guille Placencia & George Privatti – Dynamite EP on Spotify:

Dynamite EP Tracklist:
  1. Dynamite
  2. Dynamite (Max Chapman & George Smeddles Remix)
  3. The Superfreak

Dynamite EP

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