John Christian & Arin Tone team up for “House of God”

John Christian and Arin Tone have combined musical portfolio that would rival nearly any in terms of quality, depth and satisfactory effect. Having already upped the ante for 2016, titles with either of their names prompts excitement and anticipation.

Exemplifying a pure passion for the genre and musical production, the pair’s versatility in skill and sound is proven once again. After working with Nicky Romero for several productions and acting as a mentor figure for the French DJ, John Christian then redirected his career to begin his own journey as an artist. The outcome has evidently been a success already after gaining success from releasing hundreds of single hit records to remixing dance music hits such as Romero and Avicii’s “I Could Be The One” most notably.

Having remixed Axwell /\ Ingrosso, Jennifer Lawrence, Moguai and Tiesto, Arin Tone has conjured a habit of altering and recreating mainstream tunes into special editions. Having featured on the likes of Dannic’s ‘Front Of House’ Radio podcast and collaborated with Corey James for “Collage“on Protocol Records, his move to focus on more original material comes at a time where his talent and skill have been proven and tested.

Continuing momentum from their take on Guru Josh’s iconic “Infinity”, where they re-recorded every featured layer themselves, they’ve joined forces once again. This time for the Biblical-themed “House of God”, Christian and Tone are seemingly in 7th heaven, having found a niche of collaboration for modern classic’s. Reinventing of the 1990’s definitive tracks and morphing it into tripled layered sub-genre fusion, their take is a refreshing reminder of the original. Merging techno layers with a big-room drop destined for festivals during the upcoming summer, DHS will certainly be heard in crowds across the globe. Hard-hitting in effect, the strangely rhythmic take entails a dominant, bass-led, drop that is surrounded by rapid fire synths. 

Continuing their impressive collaborative streak, be sure to grab your copy of “House of God” from Freeway Recordings today!

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