Mercer delivers brand new electro “Encore”
Mercer is back on Musical Freedom with his new electro masterpiece “Encore”. Mercer is an French DJ but mostly producer who breaks the zones of electro sound many times. Managed by Guess Agency – the same firm behind surging artists DJ Snake and Tchami. Well known for one of the most aggresive drops because of his perfect kick and various elements around. His version of Prodigy’ “Breath” received a huge support around the globe – from Porter Robinson at Tomorrowland, Zedd on mainstage of UMF Miami to DJ Snake on BBC Radio1.
Recently remixing “On My Way” by Axwell /\ Ingrosso and now following up with his new single “Encore”. With sliced vocals bending up and down, supported by whistling synths, fluently coming into huge reverb buildup and dropping as we expect – wobbling modern talking with pulsating percussive hats in beat – it’s quite the combination of layers. “Encore” fits perfectly into djs set as an continuous buildup track, so that’s why it has already received support from Martin Garrix, Afrojack, W&W, Sander Van Doorn, Tiësto and many more.
The story behind Mercer’s “Encore” is quite amazing as well as some fans have heard that drop before. You asking where? Mercer did an personal bootleg of Fatboy Slim‘ “Praise You“ and gave it out for free, but this late night version was taken down due to copyright. You can have a look at Tchami dropping his version:
Well done Mercer! Encore coming out exclusively on Beatport via Musical Freedom on 26th October.