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Infectious Festival Groove Track Called Zuma Out Now

Infectious Festival Groove Track Called Zuma Out Now
Alejandro Vega

One of the best tracks Tom Staar and Kryder played at Tomorrowland and World, Venezuelans Victor Porfidio and Mark Martins’ collab Zuma is out now on Beatport. This tribal house monster definitely brings feel-good festive vibes. These drums pack such a punch it mesmerizes your body into dancemission. It was fun dancing like an idiot front row at TomorrowWorld during the Groove Cartel Godfathers set.

Victor Porfidio & Mark Martins – Zuma | Beatport |

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Progressive House
Alejandro Vega

Texas dude who loves this weird thing called Electronic Dance Music

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