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Jimi Frew Ft. Sherry St. Germain - Trouble

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Next on Onelove is the multi-talented Jimi Frew & Sherry St. Germain with 'Trouble' set for release on the 16th May 2014.

Following on from his mainroom weapon, ‘Jungle Khat’, rising producer Jimi Frew returns on 'Trouble' this time with a gentle build with smooth, sultry vocals before dropping into a thudding bass line and heavy drums, creating another peak time dance floor filler.

A relative new kid on the Block, Jimi Frew hailing from Sydney's emerging cultural beach scene, has now has relocated to LA to continue to his widespread grip on the dance music world. Working as an executive producer and songwriter, he co-composed the scores for notable Hollywood productions including Steven Soderbergh’s 'Magic Mike'. As well as that Jimi has produced a string of big-room underground records that have generated support from the likes of Tiësto, David Guetta, Hardwell, Tommy Trash, Dada Life, R3hab, Swanky Tunes and more.

Sherry St. Germain is a classically trained, Producer/Singer, songwriter and multi Instrumentalist. Known for her ability to craft that perfect catchy hit, Sherry is sought after for her extensive and genre bending catalogue of music. In studio sessions, Sherry’s skills create unique relationships and musical works with those she’s collaborates with.'

DJ Support inc. Danny Howard/Avicii / Dannic / Tom Swoon / Justin Prime / Funkagenda  Morgan Page / John Dahlback/ Chuckie /Eddie Halliwell/ Tommy Trash/ Erick Morillo/ EDX

 Probably the best tune of the year for me - James Ash/Jealous Much

Dope Stuff - EDX

Its bomb - Sam Divine (Defected)

This is fucking sick - Oh Snap!!

Hot 5/5 - Grant Smillie

Yeah 5/5 - Nick Coleman

Yep, dirty mix for me - Seamus Haji

Thanks, sounds good - Kid Massive

BIG! FULL SUPPORT - Danny Howard

‘Uh-oh, relentless rolling beats, zipped bleepy effects and a vocal that will make the hairs on the back of your neck stand to attention mean trouble from the get go. Add a bass that ratchets up the pressure by at least 500 pounds per square inch and you have a fail safe, rabble rouser with a dark after hours edge. Bliss.’ DMCWorld.net

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