Wolfgang Gartner Releases New Single “Ching Ching” via Alt Vision/Casablanca

If there’s one name that’s synonymous with electro music it’s Wolfgang Gartner’s. He has been releasing electro tunes for over a decade and single handedly invented the complextro sub genre. The man is a living legend in the scene and continues to push the genre forward.

Following up on the success of “Banshee,” his collaboration with rising star K?D, Wolfgang is offering up his first original of 2018. “Ching Ching” is a dance floor heater that’s guaranteed to get you moving. Featuring snappy percussion, a catchy hook, and that signature Wolfgang sound, proving that Wolfgang is still at the top of his game.

Download “Ching Ching”

The LA-based producer will be releasing the new single at the end of the month on ALT: Vision Records, in partnership with Casablanca Records. Co-founded by industry veterans Adam Hirsch and Benito Lugo in 2015, ALT:VISION encompasses both a full-service management company and record label as well as sought-after tastemaker properties Run The Trap and Too Future.

Within just three years, the company arrived as a disruptive and dynamic force in electronic music whose combined management and label roster includes a diverse list of genres spanning artists with Autograf, k?d, Medasin, Drezo more.

Casablanca Records, the legendary label that defined the sound of the 70’s, now works with a global roster of both established superstars and emerging new artists, curating talent from the likes of Stromae, Martin Solveig, Tiësto, and Chase & Status.

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