DJ/Producer duo Record Club consisting of brothers Alex and Dan reveal their newest self released single titled, “Switch It Up” out now. This big room house banger comes on the heels of their January release, “ You Make Me Feel.”
Showcasing their musical diversity with their last track, “You Make Me Feel” – Record Club returns back to big room/electro house vibe for “Switch It Up.” Inspired by Martin Garrix's “Diamonds”, Record Club's “Switch It Up” is a high energy dance tune that hooks the listener in from start and especially grabs our attention after the second drop. Take a listen now!
Prior to their first two 2022 singles, the rising electronic act Record Club has been dominating the scene with their original singles, including “We Don’t Care” (July 2021), “Burning Room” feat. Jaime Deraz (August 2021), “Crazy” (October 2021), “I Don’t Need You” (November 2021), and “Without You” (December 2021).
“…However, as you can see with the name, the driving force behind our song is the switch up during our second drop which we know will really catch the listener’s attention and keep their interest the entire time. We’re here to lead the charge in bringing Big Room back, and ‘Switch It Up’ is just the beginning!” – Record Club mentions.
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Alex and Dan, the brother-duo behind Record Club, are on a mission to revive the progressive and electro house sounds that dominated the festival circuits in the early 2010s. That era is what sparked their love for electronic dance music, and has served as a major influence on their sound. Their songs have received support from the likes of R3HAB and Valy Mo, and they were named “one of the most promising up and coming acts within electronic music” by Early Rising. After spending some time working on their craft, Record Club is set to release a number of tracks that truly define their sound, and their hope is that those that listen to their music will feel the same emotions that they felt when they first fell in love with progressive and electro house.