Landis & Crespo Release “Mojo”
One of the most infectious sounds in all of house music is the Melbourne-bounce style. In recent months, sounds becoming more and more popular, through its successful employment by artists like TJR, Deorro, and Laidback Luke. So, what do you get when you combine Melbourne-bounce and a crazy electro synth? The answer is simple: “Mojo”. The track is the brainchild of two Miami-based producers, Landis and Crespo. These two have collaborated before, most recently on a remix for “Take Me To The DJ” on Juicy Music. Landis hit the spotlight in March of this year, when his collaboration with Henry Fong (“Get Down”) was released as part of Revealed Recordings’ Miami 2013 compilation. Crespo has been mainly focused on his DJing, and has played as a support DJ for Swanky Tunes and Project 46.
This track is strong throughout, beginning with a tight set of acid-influenced chords, leading into a percussion filled bridge. As the song progresses, the snares start rolling, and the energy begins to build. The track settles into a moment of silence, which is rudely broken by a sample of Austin Powers’ most famous line: “YEAH BABY!” Next thing you know, you’re in a crazy world of Melbourne house and hard-core electro. Released last week, “Mojo” has received support from the likes of Hardwell, Danny Avila, TJR, Dzeko and Torres, and more. But don’t just take my word, listen below, and buy your copy on Beatport today!