JOOP is back with another great tune. This time he teams up with Sherano and MC Stretch and delivers a powerful jam. The video was recorded during ADE and features the “who’s who” of the international dance scene.
JOOP, Sherano & MC Stretch Unite For A Banger
RIGHT HERE, RIGHT NOW is the new annihilating EDM stormer coming from the Dutchman JOOP whom we all know from his biggest classic ‘The Future’. For this release on AIRBORNE ARTISTS AGENCY he teamed up with one of the hottest producers of the moment: SHERANO. On vocal duties we find no one less than MC STRETCH. Inspired by the spirit of the Tomorrowland mainstage he hosts every year, he delivers the positive vibes. The official music video was recorded during the world’s largest dance music convention: The Amsterdam Dance Event. The video features the who is who of the dance music industry. Well-known names like Hardwell as well as some of the most influential industry people step up in front of the Airborne cam.
The song ambitions to unite people make them forget any animosity and have them celebrate life together. The production is airtight and features lead synths so massive, it’s impossible to not take note.
With great reactions from leading DJs such as Showtek, BBC’s Dave Pearce and Leon Bolier, this soul shaker will make an impact wherever it will be played.
RIGHT HERE RIGHT NOW | VIDEO TEASER
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What a year it’s been for MOGUAI, kicking off with the release of his second full-length album ‘MPIRE’ back in January on dance music juggernaut deadmau5’s label mau5trap. This long-player contains a veritable bounty of jaw-dropping material and has produced some simply unbelievable singles, including the massive Beatport #1 ‘MPIRE’, ‘LYME (MOGUAI’s Crushed Lyme Mix)’ and also Tommy Trash’s Club Mix for their collaboration on ‘IN N’ OUT’. In addition to churning out his own works, his remixing magic is continually being enlisted by the biggest and best; he’s delivered his unique twist to singles by American Idol winner and pop superstar Kelly Clarkson, Dim Mak Records kingpin Steve Aoki, and the musical legend that is Moby – to name just a few! MOGUAI also co-produced a new track for one of the biggest girl groups on the planet, Girls Aloud, which is included on their Greatest Hits album Ten called “Every Now And Then”.
His non-stop touring schedule has taken him from the US to Japan and almost everywhere in between, seeing him thrill audiences with his unique style in the finest clubs and most lauded festival lineups on the planet. Highlights of 2012 include 7 shows in 5 days during Miami Music Week that came just after his debut on BBC Radio 1’s illustrious Essential Mix, playing poolside at Ushuaia in Ibiza for Avicii Sundays, a second successful tour of Asia and numerous festival appearances including Beyond Wonderland, Sunrise Festival and most recently at Sensation Germany.
You’d be forgiven for thinking that all this would be more than enough to keep one person busy, but – as we’ve come to expect with someone as dedicated to his craft as MOGUAI – he’s always pushing himself to do more. Throughout the year his ‘PUNX UP THE VOLUME’ radio show has grown from strength to strength and is now on the schedules of some of the best stations for dance music in the world, including 1Live in Germany, France’s Underground FG, Dance Tunes Radio in The Netherlands and USA station iHeartRadio’s ‘Evolution’ channel from the beginning of December.
There’s plenty more too to come from this mix maestro in the coming months as we move into 2013; his collaboration ‘MAMMOTH’ with Belgian brothers Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike (featured in the Tomorrowland 2012 official aftermovie) will get its eagerly awaited release at the beginning of next year, so be sure to keep an eye out for further news on this release. With a tour of North America through January, once again dance music lovers the world over are being spoilt by the main man MOGUAI.