Deorro – All This Time

The Mexican-American DJ and producer Erick Orrosquieta, better known as Deorro, has always been a guy known for his great production skills and unique versatility when it comes to genres. Over time, he has developed his abilities and evolved from a promising upcoming Los Angeles-based artist toward becoming one of the most respected household names in the electronic scene. From making successful festival tracks like ‘Yee‘ to massive radio hits like ‘Five Hours‘, to escape from his comfort zone experimenting with his country’s musical genre delivering an incredible Latin-house anthem like ‘Bailar‘, Deorro has proved to be an artist of great worth.

Now, the iconic producer is doing it again, presenting a totally different sound like we have never heard from him. This track called ‘All This Time‘, which is out now on Ultra Records, showcases an amazingly emotional progressive house sound that packs quite a punch. The track starts with classic progressive house chords accompanied by some vocal snippets that give an essential touch of emotion. As the song advances more elements like snares and rides join the song on its way to the ‘drop’. The ‘drop’, apart from being tremendously melodic, doesn’t lose Deorro’s essence and style, as it is made of his popular transposed and chopped vocals that gives a lot of movement to the bass-line.

Overall, this is a great piece of work by Deorro. It confirms once again his great versatility when it comes to producing multiple different electronic genres, as well as delivering fresh progressive house music with this banger, that not only will be played a lot during this summer festival season but it will especially be a must for Deorro in his upcoming and recently announced World Tour 2019. 

Check Deorro’s World Tour 2019 dates and listen to his brand new track ‘All This Time’ below:


Born and raised in Barcelona (Spain), Pol's passion for dance music has brought him to London (UK), where he combines his role at We Rave You with his job as Account Manager at Festicket. Favourite genres: Emotional progressive house, future bass and electro pop.

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