Dance music works in mysterious ways. Take at one point Montreal underground club DJs, producers, remixers and Harem Records protagonists Sultan & Ned Shephard, at the next Australian sister DJ/producer duo Nervo who began their journey as pop songwriters for the likes of David Guetta, Ke$ha and Kylie Minogue, and at the third, Californian R&B singer Omarion. Somehow, some way the five come together to create Army, a euphoric, electronic song of devotion with beautiful chords, hooky harmonies and the all-important anchor to the dancefloor.
Hailing from Montreal Sultan + Ned Shepard’s easily-accessible sound and unforgettable live sets have allowed the team to quickly establish themselves at the forefront of the EDM scene. With 2012’s release ‘Walls’ proving a firm dancefloor and airplay success, a residency at XS in Las Vegas and remixes for Bruno Mars and Madonna, the LA based duo have set their sights high for 2013.
Australian sisters Mim and Liv Nervo made their name by writing smash singles for artists likeKe$ha and Kylie Minogue, remixing superstars like Katy Perry and Thirty Seconds to Mars, and joining forces with David Guetta to co-write his Grammy-winning “When Love Takes Over.” NERVO are no strangers to collaborative productions with internationally renowned DJs with a string of releases with the likes Afrojack, Steve Aoki, Dimitri Vegas,& Like Mike and most recently theBeatport #1 ‘Like Home’ with Nicky Romero.
Grammy nominated Omarion joins this illustrious quartet to make his debut in the EDM scene with a heart felt vocal delivery of pure passion - it’s no surprise that Army is one of the most eagerly awaited releases of 2013.
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