Dave Winnel debuts on Armind with ‘Lily of the Valley’
Dave Winnel returns on Armada music, this time with his solo debut on Armind with ‘Lily of the Valley’.
Electronic sensation Dave Winnel soars on his brand new release ‘Lily of the Valley’; bet you didn’t expect this style from the Aussie DJ/Producer. Released via Armin van Buuren’s imprint Armind, the 1st of March ‘Lily of the Valley’ is his first solo debut on the label.
‘Lily of the Valley’ offers a lush soundscape for your listening pleasure, incorporated with soothing plucks, groovy bass and continuously evolving arpeggios. ‘Lily Of The Valley’ could very well be the Aussie DJ/producer’s one of his most colorful releases to date.
Dave Winnel knows no boundaries when it comes to music production; from club pleaser tunes to festival banger, Dave’s skills seem to have no limits. After his numerous releases on Armada Music, he’s for sure one of the most prolific house producers out there. His previous release ‘One Thing’, featuring Eskayi, is completely different from this record proving, once again, that Dave Winnel can conquer all kinds of music genres with his in-depth knowledge of music production.
Dave Winnel ‘Lily of the Valley’ on Armada
In 2015, Dave had collaborated with the groove king Kryder for ‘Apache’ which was signed on Size Records. Dave is the man who should be on your radar for the coming months. He has had monumental success, especially when it comes to festivals; his music is heard in DJ sets all across the globe. Major artists like Axwell Ingrosso, Steve Angello, David Guetta have supported his music since the past couple of years.
Undoubtedly, it’s refreshing to see how artists like Dave Winnel choose to deliver such versatile tracks which are far away from the normal EDM scene.
Talking about Armada, whether it’s a known artist or an underrated artist, these guys are doing justice to their listeners by providing quality music every week.
We can’t wait to see how Dave Winnel will shake things up in the future. ‘Lily of the Valley’ is currently out on Armada and you can download it here or stream it below.