Oliver Heldens is on a serious roll this year. This summer he’s slapped our chops silly with various bass riddled Hi-Lo high fives… First there was Crank It Up.
Released in 1997, Da Hool’s Meet Her At The Love Parade is an iconic track that captures a really exciting period in the electronic music. The boundaries between trance and house were breaking down, big dance-focused festivals such as Creamfields and Homelands were starting to pop up, superclubs were taking over and radio stations started playing electronic music during the day: the world was beginning to realise that electronic music couldn’t be ignored and was only going to get bigger.
Da Hool’s original riff remains timeless but the beats did need a good shoeing into the 21st century… And Oliver Heldens is the perfect man for the job. Big breakbeats, juicy bass and a groove that doesn’t quit; this is Oliver’s finest Hi-Lo moment to date. Roll on September 28 when it’s released and we can hear more than 2 minutes 20 seconds of it.
Oliver Heldens & Da Hool – MHATLP (HI-LO Edit)