Teamworx & Thomas Feelman – Whisper


Israeli dance music powerhouse Teamworx have teamed up with the French flare of Thomas Feelman for their latest track “Whisper”. Releasing on Dannic’s reputed label, Fonk Recordings, it reflects both artists rapid rise into the spotlight and onto the radars of the industry’s biggest names.

Recently featured on Protocol Recordings for a second time, Teamworx are certainly making an impression on the scene. Playing at Amsterdam Dance Event last weekend, their work has already been played on radio stations such as BBC Radio 1, and at festivals like Ultra and Tomorrowland. Bold in ambition, they have remixed the likes of Major Lazer’s “Lean On” and The Weeknd’s “Can’t Feel My Face”, as well as the international hit “Cold Water” which was premiered by Hardwell himself.

Joining Teamworx in the track title, Thomas Feelman has already gained support from the likes of Afrojack, Axwell and Steve Angello to name a few. Bringing a high-caliber in the quality of his production, his repertoire includes remixes of Sebjak’s “Feel You” and collaborations with Vincent Esteve for the track “Satellite”. Signing to labels such as Michael Woods’ Diffused Music and Big Fish Recordings, it is clear to see my Fonk Recordings are excited to have “Whisper” in their catalogue.

With names such as Merk & Kremont, Holl & Rush and M35 on its roster, the Dutch label’s hot streak is set to continue. Already played by the likes of Dannic and Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman, it most recently was featured on Steve Angello’s BBC Radio 1 residency show. Reflective in the number of audio rips that followed, fans ears were clearly impressed by Teamworx and Thomas Feelman’s studio production.

High in energy, “Whisper” wastes no time in laying out an infused foundation for the build-up to utilize with full effect. Breaking into a crafted melodic element before the surging drop is ignited, “Whisper” is far from quiet.

Check out the full track clip below, and be sure to grab your copy Beatport here.





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