Vicetone have built an incredible name for themselves in a relatively short period of time. The Dutch artists, who perpetually produce and tour internationally, epitomize the notion of hardworking producers and have established themselves as one of the most in-demand DJ-duos in the world. Best known for their explosive synths on emblematic singles like “I’m On Fire” and “United We Dance“, the renowned producers return with a surprising new original production.
Perhaps aided by the softer sentimentalism of dance music’s new wave, their latest tracks are much different from Vicetone’s usual output, usually presenting a slower tempo with a yet uplifting pop-savvy backbone. And if their latest single is any indication, the duo is ready to branch out into even more eclectic territory. The Dutch pair have released their new song “Kaleidoscope”, a collaboration with Grace Grundy, on Spinnin’ Records. The track is clearly designed with radio-appeal in mind, but is ultimately more palatable than much of its commercial EDM counterparts.
What stands out is Grace Grundy’s on-point voice on the one side, and a unique and falwless vocal-synth in the foreground on the other side, which introduces the main melody right before the drop and is most responsible for the uplifting and peerlees touch of Vicetone’s latest gem.