When we hear about a collab of this level, we absolutely expect something so much better than the average. More precisely, this is the third track that sees DVLM and Vini Vici together. After our first listening, we are glad to say that they have not disappointed us. The psy-trance sound brought up by the Israeli duo seems to be cherished by Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike. They have partially refreshed and empowered their style, taking it to a newer and upper dimension. With ‘Get in Trouble (So What)’, DVLM and Vini Vici have given life to a future dance hit. This is a track that, hopefully, will be played everywhere with a view to the return of clubs and festivals.
The track recalls a classic success by the singer Pink, from 12 years ago, that is becoming now a real club banger. The song is matched with a funny Youtube video realized by DVLM’s fans, that has reached more than 50,000 views in a single day.
Compared to the previous collabs between the two groups, this one is more suitable for a larger and mixed audience. The vocal, catchy and well known, fits greatly with the 138 bpm and the track structure, typical of big room house and psy-trance. The drop is a true explosion of bass and melody, that forces us to stand up and dance in our bedroom.
The song, released on the label Smash The House, has already achieved first place on the Beatport Big Room Chart. At the same time, they are at least replying the success of their last collaboration (you can find it here).
Here you can find the track, together with an engaging video from DVLM’s Instagram account. We are genuinely confident that you will enjoy it!