London-based imprint, Perfect Havoc, continues to fire out the top quality releases in 2019, showcasing a mix of dance music’s established names and rising stars. Their latest offering – ‘Pick You Up’ – is a collaboration between Dutch duo Redondo and Perfect Havoc favorite, Tobtok, with Penny F delivering a stunning vocal.
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The track offers several different personas; in places it’s a powerhouse dance anthem with vivid piano lines and bags of euphoric energy. On the flip side, it’s also deep house with a nod to the mainstream; perfectly on-trend with a real likeability factor.
Redondo is Johan Jacobse and Freek Coppens. The Amsterdam-based duo have been producing music for almost 10 years. Their biggest tracks include ‘Make Your Move’ with Anton Powers, which has achieved over 10 million streams on Spotify to date, along with ‘Love Too Deep’ with Ferreck Dawn, ‘Every Single Piece’, ‘Casually’ (feat. Maria Z) and ‘Sunday’.
Support for Redondo has come from far and wide including, Pete Tong, Annie Mac, Scott Mills and Mistajam on Radio 1 along with DJs such as Camelphat, James Hype, Lost Frequencies, Sister Bliss, and Sam Feldt to name just a few.
Signed to Perfect Havoc, Tobtok a.k.a Tobias Karlsson is one of the most exciting young producers to emerge from the Swedish scene in recent years, releasing tracks on labels including Kitsune, Toolroom and Ministry of Sound.
With a sound ranging from nu-disco to house, Tobtok has enjoyed global success with tracks such as ‘Fast Car’ ft River (double platinum in Australia and streamed over 32 million times) and his biggest track last summer, the piano-driven house track ‘As I Sleep’ with fellow Swede, Adrian Lux (13 million views on YouTube and 7 million streams on Spotify).
Perfect Havoc Records recently smashed through 100 million streams on Spotify and Apple Music with tracks from its roster of breaking talent such as Oliver Nelson, Tobtok, Mahalo, Eat More Cake, Karen Harding, and Kokiri. Their current release, Joel Corry ‘Sorry’ has just crashed into the UK top 20 taking the title of the most ever Shazamed track in a single day, along the way.
‘Pick You Up’ seems certain to deliver another massive record with its infectious hooks and uplifting summer vibes sure to make it a favourite on the dance floor.