BounceMakers undoubtedly had a very successful 2016 campaign. Being two of Italy’s brightest, up-and-coming talents, the duo of Ale Negrini & Riky Noize has displayed their abilities and creativity with the music they have released.

Earlier in the year, BounceMakers dropped a monstrous electro house tune titled “Raptor”, which gave them the momentum they needed heading into the release of their most recent track “Oxygen” on Ensis Records. These productions received nothing but support, especially from the likes of Twoloud and Holl & Rush.

Ending 2016 with a bang, BounceMakers unveiled their year-end mashup pack that features several of dance music’s finest hits. The Italian duo showcased their prowess once again with this incredible mix that features a total of seven well-designed mashups.

The 17-minute set kicks off with a mashup of Martin Garrix’s “In the Name of Love” and Hardwell’s “Young Again”, which is followed by a mashup of Calvin Harris’s “How Deep is Your Love” and Rivero and Reggio’s “Mental”. Other mashups include Linkin Park’s “In the End” with Armin van Buuren and W&W’s “If It Ain’t Dutch” and 3LAU’s “How You Love Me” with Stadiumx’s “Howl at the Moon” and Bobby Rock’s “New Life”.

Check out the full mix below and you can grab a free copy here.



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