Buy this on I-Tunes - https://itunes.apple.com/es/album/dont-give-up-feat.-abigail/id572621078
Buy this on Beatport - http://www.beatport.com/release/dont-give-up/988134
We bring you the first release on Seamless Traxx from our club night residents the So Called Scumbags, who bring us their latest anthem Don't Give Up, featuring the amazing vocal talents of Abigail Bailey. The So Called Scumbags have been smashing up the dance floors of London and further a field with their quality big house sound. Their tracks and remixes have appeared on some of the biggest and most known house music labels in the world such as Subliminal, Skint Records, Hed Kandi and Hotfingers.
For this track they have teamed up with Abigail Bailey, who is best known for her massive worldwide smash and chart hit with Jason Herd and John Fitz called I Just Cant Get Enough. She has since gone on to create a combined dj and live performance show, and she was offered a residency at the prestigious London Nightclub Pacha London.
Don't Give Up is an driving powerful track with an epic piano breakdown and uplifting vocal, which has been road tested to the full in Ibiza this summer, where it has been causing quite a storm on the dancefloor.
For remixes on this package we have brought in the talents of Ministry of Sound Resident, Tim Cullen, and also Australian up and coming producer djs The Other Guys.
Tim Cullen is a resident at the Ministry of Sound. And has been playing in venues all over the UK and Europe for a few years. For his mix he takes us on a more underground techy house trip, using a stripped down vocal but keeping the piano break intact for that all important hands in the air moment
The Other Guys, are up and coming djs from Australia who have just completed another summer in Ibiza where they have been making guest appearances on the Terrace of Pacha Ibiza. Their previous tracks have been played and support by Tiesto, Jacques Le Cont, Fatboy Slim, Dabruck & Klein and Carl Kennedy amongst others. For their remix they have taken this firmly to the EDM market using phat beats and bass synths whilst working the piano break down and vocal to great effect into the track. This is large and for to be popular with the more commercial djs .