After the soaring release of ‘Balearic Mornings’ which has already amassed over 400.000 streams in just a week since its release, Reinier Zonneveld and HI-LO are back with the second and final single of their EP, ‘Existencia’. The Dutch techno artists found the perfect synergy in the studio when they met for the first time amidst the pandemic, the fruits of their labour are sending immaculate vibes across dancefloors worldwide as DJs finally return to touring.
The ‘Balearic Mornings’ EP was inspired by the beauty of Ibiza and dancing from dusk to dawn as the sun rises for another day. ‘Existencia’ is a driving, rolling track with big drums, euphoric chords and a real sense of powerful forward motion. Of course, some textbook acid also arrives to race along next to the bass and ensure maximum dance effort impact.
It’s the 99th EP on Reinier Zonneveld’s iconic Filth on Acid label and fans can’t get enough of inimitable sounds the newly found pair continue to deliver. Their recent ‘Saw of Olympus’ remains the most streamed techno track on Spotify since its release, and after only a handful of studio sessions, the two crazy-talented producers have plenty more gems on the way.
Listen to ‘Existencia’ on Spotify here. The track is also available on other platforms.
About Reinier Zonneveld
Techno giant, Reinier Zonneveld is known for his unique live sets, highly respected for his marathon sets. His own imprint Filth On Acid is one of the best-selling and most supported labels in the electronic scene with releases of Carl Cox and many more, the label is claiming the number one spot on and off as the leading techno label on Beatport. After becoming a resident at the legendary Awakenings and Time Warp, he’s taking things a step further as he has launched his very own Festival. Live NOW Festival is nothing out of the ordinary; Zonneveld will be the only artist on the bill and will play for a mindblowing 11 hours straight. Stretching the limits of what’s possible is exactly what Reinier Zonneveld does best.
Oliver’s HI-LO alias is reserved for his deepest and darkest records, which have taken the techno scene by storm in recent months, leaving him as the #8 best selling Techno artist in the last 6 months according to Beatport. Having released a series of tunes inspired by the Greek Gods, which garnered support from the likes of Charlotte de Witte, Adam Beyer, Enrico Sangiuliano, UMEK, Amelie Lens, Deadmau5 and Above & Beyond amongst others, two of the songs “Zeus” & “Kronos”, landed in the top 10 of the most supported Techno tracks on 1001tracklists in 2020, which was a contributing factor to Oliver being awarded the coveted spot as the #1 most supported artist platform wide. Also in 2020, Oliver landed in the DJ Mag Top 10 for the third year in a row and continues to remain in the Top 500 most-streamed artists in the world, on Spotify!