Swiss Producers Waysons Revisit R3HAB’s CYB3RPVNK For”New World” New Prog House

When you reach the level of accomplishment that a label boss has, especially with just the help of only his label behind him,  you know you have it made. Finishing off our weekend escape we stop off by R3HAB’s CYB3RPVNK imprint for “New World”, the latest release from the Swiss producers Waysons. They have  plenty of experience among different styles and labels such as Hardwell’s Revealed, Afrojack’s Wall NCS, and Sirup. However, Waysons’ collaborations with R3HAB since the official CYB3RPVNK founding last year has quickly put Waysons on the path to stardom. We have no doubt that Waysons could easily be the premiere talent coming out of CYB3RPVNK’s roster.

While this duo caught the eye of R3HAB early, even having officially debuted on the CYB3RPVNK label with a remix back in 2018, it is about time they revisited with an original track. Waysons took an interesting route, adding modern sounds to classic beats to take us back to 2008, or the rise of modern electronic music. “New World” is a supreme title for the track, as it serves as an example of Waysons’ vision of a progressive house gem should be. We mean, let’s just do a rundown real quick.  Rising melodies? Check. Distorted vocal riff? Check & double check.  Emotive upbeat percussion? The full package is here. Welcome to the “New World” everyone.

Make sure you check out “New World” on Spotify below and on YouTube!

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2 thoughts on “Swiss Producers Waysons Revisit R3HAB’s CYB3RPVNK For”New World” New Prog House

  • 10/05/2019 at 5:19 pm
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    All the weird spellings have me so confused. I mean, I can read it. But the fact that I have to stop and read it slowly is a good sign I’m getting too old for this shit.

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    • 10/05/2019 at 5:28 pm
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      Hahaha I know, it is essentially the theme of this label. I’m over it, but their music isn’t half bad.

      The new trend is that everyone’s name is all lower case, and that irritates me to no end.

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