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Hollaphonic turn up the volume with the emphatic “Remember” on Another Rhythm

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Seasoned DJ/production duo Hollaphonic turn up the volume with the emphatic “Remember”, their second single on Another Rhythm.

With crystalline, echoing vocals from Shannon Saunders, the club-ready bassline is just begging to be blasted out of pounding speakers over a dancefloor. After just one listen, the topline is a complete earworm, certain to stay in the heads of fans worldwide. 

Catchy, irresistible melodies and thumping beats are a mainstay of Hollaphonic’s work, but they also have a  knack for interchanging genres effortlessly. Whether it’s the soul-infused “Together” or positioning powerful vocals front and centre in “Save Me” with Xriss, Hollaphonic are proving themselves to be masters of house.

Based in Dubai, Hollaphonic’s house and garage roots hail from London. Garnering support from icons such as Claptone, Martin Garrix, The Blessed Madonna and Tiesto, they have recently collaborated with Brazilian superstar Alok on the popular single “Sunglasses at Night”, which also featured on his album.

Consisting of Olly Wood and Greg Stainer, Hollaphonic were the first electronic act to sign to a major label in the Middle East, releasing their debut album ‘Personal Space’ via Universal in 2015 and scoring 4 No.1 singles and a No.1 album across eight territories. They went on to land support from BBC Radio 1 and Spotify and got approached by Sony Music, their first release spending an incredible 13 months at No.1 in the Thai International Top 10 in 2018. Since then, Hollaphonic have shown no signs of slowing down, opening Tomorrowland 2019 and seeing their single “Better Days” spend 6 weeks on BBC Radio 1’s Dance Anthems. They also created an original track for Tencent gaming product PUBGMobile, which has 32 billion views to date.

Speaking on the new track, Hollaphonic said: “We loved the vocal when we heard it, a mix between Sophie Ellis Bextor and an audition for Sweeney Todd, it had this super cool edge to it, we were in a stage of creating a lot of banging tech house tracks but we both love a song, finding the right one to fit our direction is always hard but this fitted the bill perfectly, proper vibe, nice and bouncy with a catchy topline”.

We premiere ‘Remember’ on Data Transmission, check it out here and grab it here.

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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