Years of hard work continue to pay off for duo SOUND OF STEREO, and this sentiment is echoed with the release of the “Origin/Terminal” remix package, a chill and vibey set of tracks that manages to pack a punch while maintaining a low-key level of scintillating solidarity.
The Boys from Belgium are back and they bring to you the Beatport chart topper, Origin a new edgy anthem from their latest EP released on Dim Mak Records. The dark techno duo Sound of Stereo have been on a revamp rampage, experimenting with new sounds, showcasing their diversity, and creating massive summer feel good tunes that are sure to excite your eardrums.
The success and excitement of Origin inspired Sound of Stereo to team up with Belgian Synthpop band Teddiedrum to create a vocal masterpiece version Origin (One On One). Both tracks can be purchased on Beatport!
The AOKI FILES: MIAMI EDITION episodes are still rolling in, and this latest installment features the genre-hopping Belgium based producers SOUND OF STEREO. Steve goes poolside with the guys to talk about their mystical EP “UNICORN”. You know that a release is going to be damn good when the producers say that this is the product of a sound they’ve wanted to make for a long time, and that is the case with UNICORN. From melodic chillness to clubby bangers, UNICORN is a truly magical collection of songs. Hot on the heels of UNICORN is the very recent release of “ORIGIN”, a two-track EP with heavy heavy drops and intense festival vibes. These guys are totally on fire, and we here at Dim Mak are stoked to let you feel the heat!
After picking up their relationship with Dim Mak earlier this year releasing the “Unicorn” EP, Sound of Stereo is back with a new EP to hit the summer season! Taking the next step in showing their diversity, Sound of Stereo is coming with a new 2 track EP called “ORIGIN/TERMINAL”…
So when did Sofia Coppola start making short films with intense dance music as the soundtrack? Oh wait… she didn’t, Tom Willems did. It’s the new Sound of Stereo (ft. Teddiedrum) music video, “Origin (One on One)”! For four minutes and fifteen seconds, I found myself sitting on the edge of my couch with emotions running at a fever pitch, a burst of laughter, and one hell of a track to help me dance the anxiety of what I was seeing away. Seriously, this music video is like an entire movie crammed into four minutes and the song itself is intoxicating and peaceful at the same time, which is not easy to do; this track could be perfect for studying to or dancing your heart out to at the club.