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Dennis Kruissen Shares His Musical Guilty Pleasures

Presenting his five musical guilty pleasures this week with us is Dennis Kruissen, the Amsterdam based producer and DJ who is currently exclusively signed with Armada Music.

Be sure to check out his new single “Love Like The Sun” – which can be found here.  

1) Dennis Kruissen – “Falling in Love” (ft. Langston)

I wanted to create a song that evokes a certain emotion… Listening to the verses you can dream away with the amazing vocal of Langston and the intriguing piano, and after the build up the track drops into a heavy explosive electronic drop, with a new type of sound. I personally really like the contrast between the verses and the drop. It’s been something I’ve been working on for a long time, and am very satisfied with the result, as well as the awesome response of the audience! 

2) Dennis Kruissen – “Love Like The Sun” (feat. David Benjamin)

My latest release on Armada Music. A collaboration with the very talented singer & songwriter David Benjamin, who is also based in Amsterdam. We've tried to blend our styles together in this track, and it has worked out very well! Really happy with all the support so far!

3) Dennis Kruissen feat. Axel Ehnström – “South America” (KLYMVX Remix)

Love how these 2 talented guys from Paris – who go under the name of KLYMVX – have remixed my song “South America”. They made something completely different out of it, and it sounds amazing! 

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4) Florence + The Machine – “You've Got The Love” (Dennis Kruissen Remix)

Made this Florence + The Machine remix two years ago, and back then it made it to #1 on the Hypem charts. I still play it very often during my live shows, and get a great response from the crowd.

5) U2 – “Electrical Storm”

U2 has always been my favourite band, and they have given me so much inspiration over the years.


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