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Canadian producer Conro is back with another astonishing release, but this time, he takes his talents to Martin Garrix’s renowned record label STMPD RCRDS. For this latest release titled “Like You Love Me“, Conro joined forces with fellow countryman Disero and Dutch artist Alice France.

Hailing from Kelowna, British Columbia, Conor Patton, or better known as Conro, has continuously gained more notoriety within the dance music community for his awe-inspiring music. Since the release of his debut track “Axiom”, he has broken through the scene to become a top-tier talent and a well-reputed producer.

With other originals such as “I Wanna Know”, “Chardonnay”, and most recently, “Lay Low” under his name, Conro has not only earned the support of many fans from across the globe, but also the praise of the likes of Porter Robinson, Tommy Trash, and Knife Party. Especially with his outstanding remixes of Paris Blohm’s “Something About You” and The Chainsmokers’ “All We Know”, his portfolio has been nothing short of impressive.

For his latest track called “Like You Love Me”, Conro teamed up with Disero, who himself has started rising toward the higher ranks of this business. With remarkable remixes for the likes of MUTEMATH and Linkin Park listed under his discography, Disero has established quite a promising career in just a short span of time. This time around, Disero adds the newest STMPD RCRDS release to his résumé, continuing his ascension as an artist.

Blending together a stunning melodic sequence and Alice France’s soothing vocals, “Like You Love Me” provides a blissful vibe and an astounding experience that would please any listener. With its mesmerizing future bass drops, this track also packs a heavy punch, perfectly balancing its relaxing and energetic sides. Overall, this record’s top-notch sounds and eclectic musical elements place the spotlight over Conro and Disero for creating this must-hear production.

“Like You Love Me” is now available on STMPD RCRDS and you can download it from iTunes here.



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