NEW RELEASE: THRILL Aims For A Consecutive Top Ten Hit With His Latest Track, ILEMI.

NEW RELEASE: THRILL Aims For A Consecutive Top Ten Hit With His Latest Track, ILEMI.

by Editor
03.17.2014

If you haven't heard of Los Angeles based DJ and producer THRILL by now then we suggest you start doing everything you can to catch up with the rest of us, because you're going to be hearing his name a lot more.

Last year THRILL saw his tracks Eitre and Ahiga both made the Top 10 in the Beatport Progressive Chart and land Top 20 in Beatport's Overall Top 100. On top of that, both tracks receiving heavy support from some of the electronic dance music industry's biggest stars. Eitre was played by Hardwell, Henry Fong, Blasterjaxx and Daddy's Groove, as well as having regular airplay on Sirius XM and BBC Radio 1 while Ahiga received similar support from Armin Van Buuren and Quintino.

If that wasn't impressive enough, on their first week of release, both outsold artists such as Avicii, Steve Aoki and Dannic, and world renowned labels Size Records, Toolroom Records, Musical Freedom (Tiesto), Spinnin Records, Revealed Recordings and Neon Records. It's due to this that THRILL is regarded as one of 2013's most successful producers and has such a huge fan base.

Aiming to continue the trend in 2014, THRILL steps forward with his first release of the year, titled ilemi, a floor filling monster of a track which comes with all the big builds, driving beats and massive drops that we have come to expect from the Migrate or Starve label boss.

Make sure you listen to this one with the volume turned up all the way up...

ILEMI is available to buy NOW on Beatport:

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