Exclusive: Tony Romera reforms a classic into a disco-frenzy


Tony Romera already has 3 tracks under his 2016 belt. So releasing his fourth studio work at the start of the March says a lot about his worth ethic in itself. That and the fact his rising popularity is no fluke.

Having had a pretty run of release year in 2015 on label’s such as VNTGRD, Sosumi, OTW, Zerothree, and Guru, Tony Romera’s reign as one of the most consistent performers continued. Continually adding to his portfolio that already includes name like Protocol,  Dim Mak, Flamingo and Mad Decent, the dynamic nature of his sounds enables real variety of material to result. Having only elevated since being named the best French producer back in 2013 by Nicky Romero, the future prospects an awful lot considering he’s still under 25.

Building from his experience and time remixing the likes of Imagine Dragons and Calvin Harris and topping Beatport Chart’s, his support continues to draw some the industry’s biggest names, including Pete Tong, David Guetta, Tommy Trash, Hardwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, Tiesto, Diplo, and Laidback Luke.

Reworking the 2000 classic “Don’t Mess With My Man” by musical trio Lucy Pearl, Tony Romera really does flip the original on it’s head. Adding significant depth and widening the sound spectrum included, he cleverly manipulates the track’s melody and chords into a groove-ridden and funky-fresh beast. Maintaining the iconic vocal chorus, the Nile-Rodger’s-esque bass guitar add’s a facade of invigorated youth to a track that is 16 years old. Using vocal chopping a top of a busy and rhythmic compilation of background layers, the track morph’s into a modern disco anthem.

Exclusive to We Rave You, Tony Romera’s latest work is certainly one to keep for the bookmark and download list! Check out the track below and be sure to grab your copy today!





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