Dutch DJ/producer Dannic, who shares the same home town of Breda with Tiësto and Hardwell, recently sealed an exclusive global signing contract with Spinnin’ Records. Dannic made his debut 18 years ago with releases on labels such as Toolroom and Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings.
During that same time, ‘No Dip’ from Silvio Ecomo was apparently a huge hit. When Dannic started playing in Café Bruxelles in his home town, he would always play ‘No Dip’ during his set, which apparently made the crowd go crazy.
Now years later, he has been asked by his label to produce a new version of the track. “Hopefully I will get the entire dance floor going crazy just as it did back in the days when I played Silvio’s original version,” Dannic explains.
Silvio Ecomo’s sound has a foundation in techno, infused with house, dirty tribal beats, basslines and synth hooks. His productions have taken him around the world, from performing at festivals in Hong Kong to studio sessions with artists like Chuckie, David Guetta and P Diddy.
“’No Dip’ is one of my favourite tracks and it's great to see the energy is still going strong,” said Silvio.
It’s out now.