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Redfield returns on Axtone with house gem ‘The Way’

Today, the legendary imprint is back with an old friend. Redfield releases what it could be the last Axtone release for this decade.

After the debut single with the label boss Axwell, Redfield is back on Axtone with The Way.

2019 has almost come to an end and, this year Axtone has kept the house music bar very high. With the launch of Axtone Approved, a series of top-class releases from the label roster as well parties on the biggest festivals worldwide, Axwell’s imprint has, yet again, firmly held the summit of dance music worldwide. Today, the legendary imprint is back with an old friend. Redfield releases what it could be the last Axtone release for this decade.

The Way kicks off with a rolling and housy percussive rhythm topped by a sulfuric vocal. The beat rapidly increases its energy with a clean kick and old-school house baseline. The melody perfectly merged with the main theme drives the whole truck into the breakdown where the vibes slow down leaving space to the vocal. An incredible build-up makes flow the track into a euphoric but intimate second drop, perfect to chill out or simply start the party with the right rhythm.

Redfield follows up the Axwell edited Don’t Worry with The Way. A solo release that hints at what’s to come for both the artist and the label in 2020. Redfield has just remixed RAYE and Jess Glynne’s Love Me Again; he has also an EP forthcoming on Diplo’s newly launched house imprint, Higher Ground. Proving he’s not just a whizz in the studio, Redfield has just been picked up by leading booking agency, Echo Talent.

Redfield’s The Way is the latest Axtone release. You can check the full track below or follow this link to download your copy.

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