Their track 'De Natte Cell'—which debuted in Troxler's DJ Kicks mix—will come with two remixes.
The track is inspired by the closing ceremony of Amsterdam nightclub Trouw last year, the label says. Its name is tied to the building's origin as a printing house; "de natte cell" translates to "wet cell," which refers to the club's basement room where workers used to wash off ink. Produced under the name T&T Music Factory, it originally appeared on Troxler's DJ-Kicks mix from October. Norwegian producer Prins Thomas takes a swing at a remix, as does Dutch newcomer Maxi Mill.
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01. De Natte Cel (Original Mix)
02. De Natte Cel (Prins Thomas Diskomiks)
03. De Natte Cel (Maxi Mill Remix)
!K7 Records will release De Natte Cell on April 29th, 2016.