Music Olly James Remixes “Back To You” on Loca Recordings

Olly James Remixes “Back To You” on Loca Recordings

After the release of their successful ADE Sampler two weeks ago, Loca Recordings has proven themselves to be a strong competitor with a new remix from Olly James for their last single, “Back To You.” 

Throughout the ebb and flow of big room, one name has always been there to provide consistent smash hits – Olly James. His latest remix for Loca Recordings puts a festival spin on the progressive single from Swede Dreams, Somero, and Alex Holmes. Right from the start you can almost see yourself in the front row at the main stage. Percussive hits ramp up the energy leading into the first drop which will blow you away with its earth-shattering bass and aggressive synths. Keeping in line with the melodic nature of the original, Olly James makes sure that his new melodies will be stuck in your head alongside Alex Holme’s memorable vocals. 

You can stream Olly James’ remix and those of Castion and Nick Double using the links below:


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