Jamie Antonelli presents right in time for spring the hot new single 'Don't Hold Back'. Jamie was the most successful Beatport artist 2013 of the iconic NYC label Nurvous Records with his debut single Divine, that got also remixed from hit producer Marc MK Kinchen. Afterwards Jamie was asked to do remixes for great artists like Purple Disco Machine or Croatia Squad. 'Don't Hold Back' is an amazing track between Deep House and Nu Disco featuring Sarah Tancer on the vocals and the release is complete with additional remixes from Vanilla Ace, DBMM, Hot Sand & Max Lyazgin. Londons Vanilla Ace exploded on to the scene in 2012 with releases for Toolroom Records, OFF Recordings or Ministry of Sound. With a distinctive production sound somewhere between House and Disco lovingly influenced by New Jack Swing and the 1980s, his tracks have had support from the likes of The Magician, Soulclap and Seth Troxler to name a few. With a steady stream of recent releases including a joint EP with Sharam Jay and remixes for Basement Jaxx, Deadmau5 and Nora En Pure, Vanilla Ace continues his quest to create quality house music with soul. DBMM is the abbreviation for Discoburger Music Monster, a combination consisting of the three producers and DJ pals Patric, Marco and Cedric. For the three dynamic heads, DBMM is the perfect possibility to let their creativity run free and to lead the listener into the colourful world of electronic music by using fresh and groovy sounds. DBMMs sound takes you into a world which conveys the feeling as if you were spending an evening with your best friends in your favourite club. The guys already worked with Nora En Pure, Mark Lower and labels like Enormous Tunes or Spirit Soul Recordings. And last but not least, Hot Sand & Max Lyazgin teamed up to deliver a piano driven tropical downtempo house version. Max can exhibit strong past releases on Nurvous Records too and worked with artists like Satin Jackets, Mark Lower, Bordertown, Kid Color and a lot more.