Hailing from the heart of Denmark, the revered Snavs and the rising sensation, John Alto, have joined forces to gift the music scene with their latest track "Headlights." Released on Steve Aoki's prominent Dim Mak Records, this progressive house marvel offers a dark and suspenseful aura with an intensely captivating vocal element.
A Mesmerizing Blend of Styles
With a blend of a heavy bass line and club rhythm, "Headlights" instantly enthralls with its enchanting female vocals. These vocals nestle perfectly within cinematic melodies that transition into a harmonious, driving bassline. Perfect for both euphoric singalongs and intense dancefloor sessions, the track epitomizes the dynamic styles of both artists, known for traversing between alt-rock, heavy bass, and more. On their creative process, the duo reveals, "*The track was inspired by the blending of two different music styles... The song is about a relationship, metaphorically explained through driving at night.*"
Spotlight on Snavs
Beyond just his talent as a DJ and producer, Snavs is the entrepreneurial spirit behind Riotville Records, constantly challenging and redefining musical genres. Having collaborated with a diverse array of artists, from hardcore metal bands to legendary Scandinavian rockers, his eclectic taste is evident. His musical journey has seen him perform at the world's most iconic venues and festivals, including Coachella, Tomorrowland, and EDC Las Vegas.
The Rising Star: John Alto
At just 23, with a diverse cultural heritage spanning American, Italian, and Danish roots, John Alto is swiftly establishing himself as a force to be reckoned with in the music industry. Known for his dark, bass-heavy, and cinematic sound, he's already collaborated with a roster of top artists and producers in major cities worldwide. His debut on Martin Garrix's STMPD RCRDS and subsequent releases have solidified his reputation as a promising talent in the club music domain.
Together, Snavs and John Alto's "Headlights" is a testament to the evolving soundscape of progressive house and the boundless potential when two artists of their caliber converge.