Exclusive: Djs From Mars & Honeypot fly the Italian flag high with “Buttermilk”


Djs From Mars and Honeypot are two of Italy’s finest DJ duo’s. Will the prior has over a decade of experience, the latter emerged onto the scene just last year, making their reign into Italy’s up-and-coming elite even more impressive.

Signified by tremendous house chords, funky bass and major breaks, Honeypot has attracted early supports from the likes of Benny Bennassi and Blasterjaxx. With their music featuring at Tomorrowland and on Ummet Ozcan’s weekly podcast, it’s fair to say they’re on the radars of some the scene’s biggest names. Add that to their original material and fusion of Daft Punk, Axwell and Swedish House Mafia, as well as their EP’s Beatport Charting at No.22 and their reputation already looks impressive.

Joining them in the studio was Djs From Mars, one of Italy hottest exports onto the global EDM scene. Gaining over 20 million views for their mashup creativity on Youtube, the hype surrounding them is ever-growing. With recognized bootlegs early on, their portfolio now includes remixes for the likes of Sean Paul, Pitbull, Ciara, Cascada, and Coolio to name a few. Supported by heavy-weight titans David Guetta, Carl Cox and Bob Sinclar, their ranking at #106 in DJ Mags annual poll reflects their continued rise to popularity and spotlight.

Their collaboration, “Buttermilk”, brings with it a pure combination of their sounds and talents. Topped with Daft-Punk-like vocals, the grinding layers of synths delivers a dynamic atmosphere. Infused with major FX, the fat electro chords synchronize with the distorted voices. The short bridge allows little time for rest, with the kick-drum pulsating consistently throughout, allowing the developing tempo and layer culmination to leave a raucus-rave effect.

Premiring on We Rave You, Djs From Mars and Honeypot certainly haven’t disapointed with their latest material. Grab your free copy today!





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