International DJ/producer Danny Avila releases a powerful remix of Aaron Smith’s Dancin, alongside the two-time gold certified artist, Jumpa. This influential pair have flipped a soul infused track effortlessly, ensuring heavy emphasis of the original’s most intricate and infectious elements.
Danny Avila has built a profound name in dance music over his 8-year career to date. Last year Danny reached one of his proudest achievements: reaching #38, the highest ever Spanish DJ in the sought-after DJ Mag Top 100. Amongst this triumph, we have enjoyed a steady onslaught of multi genre anthems from Danny. All the while, this talent makes sure to immerse himself in non-stop worldwide tour dates and frequent appearances at Las Vegas and Ibiza residencies, as well as performing to his significant Asian following. This year takes Danny to equally impressive spots at Bootsthaus, Seoul Land, Ministry of Sound, Spring Festival and The Cream Tour.
Inspired by the energy of live performance, Danny took the monumental step to create his first imprint around this theme. The heavily anticipated first release from NUMB3R5 was unveiled on Danny’s 24th birthday. Danny’s other musical successes have racked up millions of streams on Spotify alone. The Fat Beat with melbourne bounce monster Will Sparks, Too Good To Be True and Nervo collaboration, Loco, are amongst Danny’s most recognised tracks.
Berlin based Jumpa is a music obsessive that injects hip hop into the remix. Known for his debut collaboration with Reddy Roc, Yallah, Jumpa saw instant success with key taste maker in the field, Trap Nation. With over 6 million streams in counting, Jumpa went on to deliver a range of dynamic tracks including the vibrant single, After Glow, exotically tinged Lule Bore and his remix Reece’s emotive effort, Don’t Go. This amalgamation of electronic and urban genres has reached the epic club focused audiences of Sputnik Spring Break, Airbeat One Festival and Bootshaus.
This energetic remix of Aaron Smith’s Dancin exhibits tight production and attention to detail from two masterful music creatives. Dancin demonstrates a deliciously warped disco interpretation of a majestic soul staple. By producing a track that’s equally assertive and alluring, Danny Avila and Jumpa bask in intoxicating and flourishing melodies with a celebration of high-octane precision.