Quentyn Finally Releases Highly Anticipated Record ‘Higher Ground’

Dutch artist Quentyn, previously known as as one half of Volt & State, is back with a track that has finally seen the light of day. What was originally thought to be a collaboration between Volt & State and Marcus Santoro was played at ADE 2015. After creating a matching melody, Quentyn was able to finally release this hit.

Premiered by Nicky Romero at Ultra 2019, ‘Higher Ground‘ incorporates melodic progressive house that Quentyn and Volt & State were known for. Strong vocals accompany the delightful melody. The builds tease the melody and the drop packs the energy you’re looking for in a record like this. As seen when Nicky Romero played this at Ultra, this track will get a great reaction when dropped at festivals.

The ‘Progressive House‘ version of the track is out now, with an alternative version coming later.






The 10 Most Viewed Joe Rogan Experience Podcasts

As of 2020, Joe Rogan is easily the most prolific podcaster in the game. With just over 1500 episodes at the time...

Related Stories

David Penn Drops His ‘Nasty Girl’ Remix On Vicious Recordings

Rising talent Henry Hacking delivers a stellar revamp of Inaya Day’s massive track, ‘Nasty Girl’ which peaked at 18 on the Australian charts and...

GTA & Diplo Drop Twisted Collaboration “Milky Cabera”

GTA and Diplo are embracing the weird and wacky with their latest track “Milky Cabrera.” The track features wonky synth lines and booming 808’s...

Sigma & John Newman Unite On Summer Hit ‘High On You’

Sigma and John Newman join forces for the first time with 'High On You'. As with many other Sigma tracks, it is...