Dzeko vs. Aspyer ft. Matluck releases “Try Not To Love You” via STMPD RCRDS

After building a robust catalog of energetic and bold electro house anthems and playing the biggest festivals worldwide, a new collaboration was born. The great success on the massive hit with Tiësto & Post Malone didn’t stop the Canadian producer and DJ Dzeko.

Together with multi-instrumentalist electronic producer Aspyer, he teamed up with Emmy Award-winning singer and songwriter Matluck and now make their STMPD RCRDS debut with the brand new summer track Try Not To Love You.

Download “Try Not To Love You”

Try Not To Love You is a stormer of a track created to deliver maximum summer vibes. With its upbeat tunes and catchy lyrics, the message of the song is falling in love without holding back your feelings for someone. The support of the deep and gentle vocals on the track come from Multi-Platinum singer and songwriter Matluck.

The new track and his previous releases Honolulu by Felix Jaehn or Come Back For You by Elephante proof that he shows no sign of slowing down, as he is currently working on his debut EP that will follow soon.

Things are looking good for Dzeko & Aspyer, as Julian Dzeko will be playing hotspots like Hakkasan and Wet Republic in Las Vegas this upcoming year, preparing for his next global tour.

Fun fact: Aspyer is also the official DJ of the Russian national ice hockey team. He is planning to release a brand new track in the near future in collaboration with Russian DJ and production duo Matisse & Sadko. It’s clear, all three of them are going places.

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