When you think of the collab of dreams, you never imagine that they can come true. Often, people ask that and produce together, or and, and even and could. However, the dreams of many have come true with two legends from Progressive House. The Dutch duo DubVision joined the Swedish Progressive Prince Alesso to launch an extraordinary track called “One Last Time”.
With the track being played for a long time as ID during Alesso’s last tour, “One Last Time” already had a lot of potential due to the response that DJs received from the tracks when playing it. The track combines the melodic genius of artists with happiness and beauty in their releases, for which they are so widely known. Although the drop of the original version is not that typical of an EDM festival anthem, it is certainly full of energy and elements characteristic of both projects and will probably win several remixes.
For those who still don’t know, the duo DubVision, formed by brothers Victor Leicher and Stephan Leicher, has been active in the electronic scene since 2012, with several releases by Spinnin ‘Records, Armada and Axtone. In 2014, they released “Backlash” on Spinnin ‘, which marked their first overall Beatport track # 1. The duo also performed at the 2014 edition of Tomorrowland for the first time in Belgium.
They then remixed “Gold Skies” by Sander van Doorn and Martin Garrix and achieved a lot of plays and success. But it was with “Turn It Around” that the fans won for good. Creators of hymns, like the last one mentioned, followed by “I Found Your Heart”, “New Memories” with Afrojack, and the recent “Back To Life” also with the Dutch Afrojack.
In 2018, DubVision teamed up with another Dutch duo, Firebeatz, to form the supergroup METAFO4R, performing for the first time together at EDC Las Vegas 2018 and then at Tomorrowland in Belgium. The successful track of this quartet is “Best Part Of Me”.
Play this latest DubVision & Alesso release and travel on the vocals that accompany the track in a simple but vibrant way, making “One Last Time” a truly impressive launch. When will we be able to see it live here in Brazil?