Vitzi (Alexander Senderovitz) is a smooth house and dance producer from Copenhagen, Denmark who takes great influence from Daft Punk, Laidback Luke, Swedish House Mafia, and others alike. Just stating that, you already have an idea of his style of music, which you can correctly assume that the work he makes are perfect for any house and dance party. One of his latest tracks “Nicktim” will instantly win a place in any dance and house fan.
“Nicktim” uses samples taken from tracks made by the electro-giants Avicii, Justice, and Nicky Romero. This track is technically considered a mashup, but Vitzi stitches the samples and chops so well, it flows together like it was an entirely independent song in itself. Of course, you can hear each individual sample and can probably pinpoint where they’re from. But as soon as you hit play and get things rolling, you won’t care where it is from or what samples are used. Getting lost in this wildly fun and energetic song is pretty much normal, so don’t be surprised to find yourself having a sloppy and messy good time with your best buds and soon-to-be-friend strangers.
Put that two-step away and reach for the skies.
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