IZECOLD ft. Molly Ann – Close (Brooks Remix)

Six months ago, Future House Music in collaboration with NCS (NoCopyrightSounds) released “Close”, a single produced by IZECOLD, featuring lovely vocals from Molly Ann. This release turned out to be a success, gaining over 3 million streams on Spotify and more than 2 million plays on Youtube.

Thijs Westbroek, artistically known as Brooks, decided to take it to the next level with an awesome remix which was played live and supported by the new DJ Mag‘s number 1 DJ in the world, Martin Garrix (see video below).
Incorporating his signature style, Brooks got “Close” creating a “melodic storm” in the breakdown using potent supersaws that generate a perfect build up to probably one of the most energetic drops we’ve ever heard in the Future House scene, full of insanely powerful synths and a huge bassline.

This remix is available for FREE. Download, enjoy and keep it “Close” to you. Sheriff approves.

Follow Brooks:

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twitter.com/MusicByBrooks
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Follow IZECOLD:

facebook.com/izecoldmusic
soundcloud.com/izecoldmusic
twitter.com/izecoldmusic
youtube.com/user/izecoldmusic

Follow Molly Ann:

facebook.com/mollyannganderton
soundcloud.com/mollyann
twitter.com/ThisIsMollyAnn

Follow Future House Music:

futurehousemusic.net
facebook.com/futurehousemusic
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twitter.com/FutureHousMusic
youtube.com/futurehousemusic
instagram.com/futurehousmusic

Follow NCS (NoCopyrightSounds):

facebook.com/NoCopyrightSounds
soundcloud.com/nocopyrightsounds
twitter.com/NCSounds
youtube.com/user/nocopyrightsounds
instagram.com/nocopyrightsounds

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