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Vintage Culture & James Hype Team up on ‘You Give Me a Feeling’

Brazil’s Vintage Culture and the UK’s James Hype have just teamed up for a bouncy new club-focused single, entitled “You Give Me a Feeling.” The track is a tech house masterpiece, featuring a sultry, pitched-down vocal hook, slinky rhythms, and bold basslines. Designed for the dance-floor, “You Give Me a Feeling” spikes endorphins and elevates heart rates, leaving listeners in a dazed state of stimulation long after the track concludes.

Check out “You Give Me a Feeling” below, out now via Insomniac Records.

Vintage Culture has become a multi-platinum producer, as he’s garnered over 2 billion streams thanks to standout tracks like “It Is What It Is” ft. Elise LeGrow and “Coffee” with Tiësto, as well as his remixes for Meduza, Diplo, David Guetta, and Moby. His prowess on the decks is also a force to be reckoned with, which attendees of this year’s EDC Las Vegas got to experience first-hand during his opening ceremony B2B set with Solardo, which was an added bonus to his main-stage closing set at kineticFIELD.

London-based James Hype has also become a globally recognized hitmaker, with a reputation that precedes his every move on the worldwide circuit. Living up to his moniker, the DJ/producer knows how to boost crowd energy, with his mastery of technical transitions, one-of-a-kind bootlegs, ear-pricking mashups, and a crate-digging inclination only few can match. Those skills have landed him a hectic touring schedule around the UK, as well as gigs in Ibiza, Australia, Dubai, the US, and beyond. He’s been commissioned by artists like Bruno Mars, Meduza, Imanbek, Icona Pop, and Rita Ora thanks to his perfectly executed remixes, and his original creations, like the platinum “More Than Friends” and the HARLEE-assisted “Afraid,” have made him a certified sensation in his own right.

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