Laidback Luke & Project 46 Collide (Ft. Collin McLoughlin) Out Now

2014 is already shaping up to be a good year for Mixmash Records. The first release for the label head honcho Laidback Luke comes in the form of a massive collaboration with Project 46 and Collin McLoughlin, “Collide.”

Excitement had been building as rumors circulated for months about the potential collaboration. We can now confirm the rumors are true, so get yourself ready for what will be one of the biggest tracks of the year; “Collide.”

There is no denying that Dutch master Laidback Luke has earned his place amongst dance music royalty. His dynamic fusion of hyper-drive-house-step & ghetto-jack-trance-bass is the sound of now and has been for the past decade – and there is no sign of it slowing down!

Blasting your speakers with blockbuster beats, stirring things up with his hybrid house styles and his unlimited energy, brightly results in both stunning live sets and ongoing anticipated studio hits. The Dutch heavy weight house master is loved all over the globe.

Making an undeniable impact on the progressive house scene in 2013, Project 46‘s consistent releases and hectic touring schedule earned the pair a well deserved place on DJ Mag‘s Top 100 DJ’s for the second year running, moving up a massive 30 places! Their refreshing mixes of originals, remixes, bootlegs, and mashups have kept fans engaged and drawn massive support from followers across the globe.

Collin McLoughlin is a singer and producer, living in New York. He’s had a hugely successful 2013, achieving over 15 million hits on his YouTube Channel, and appearing on season 3 of “The Voice.”

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