In late February, Persian DJ duo Vessbroz released a lit track titled ‘Vivimus’, and it got us yearning to head back to the dancefloor.
We had a quick chat with the TikTok brothers to see what they’ve been up to as of late.
Right around the end of February, Vessbroz dropped a lit future house track titled ‘Vivimus’ together with Tim Hox on Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings imprint.
The track has seen the support from many EDM heavyweights including Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Timmy Trumpet, Blasterjaxx, Hardwell, Mike Williams, Fedde Le Grand, R3HAB, Showtek, Yves V, and many more.
We catch up with the bros for quick chat on what they’re up to later this year.
AsiaLive365: Hi Vessbroz, how’s your 2022 so far?
Vessbroz: Well, 2022 is going great so far! We started the year in January with an amazing collaboration with Juicy M and released a music video together with her. The song is called ‘Higher’, you can check the music video here:
In February we released another song together with Tim Hox on Hardwell’s imprint label Revealed Recordings and our latest release from March was on the great record label Future House Music.
Besides music, our TikTok is growing crazily fast. Some of our videos passed 12M views and we have an audience of 306k followers. Every night we livestream a DJ set on TikTok which leaves us up to 70k unique viewers on a single night!
So yeah, if you ask how our 2022 is going I would say; it’s going pretty damn crazy!
AL365: We listened to your track ‘Vivimus’, it’s a pretty lit bass house track. What does the title mean?
Vessbroz: Well, we don’t call it a 100% Bass House track, it has lots of influences of future rave music as well. The title ‘Vivimus’ is a Latin word and means “We Live”.
AL365: You got Tim Hox to collaborate, how was the experience like working with him? How did you guys meet?
Vessbroz: We met Tim online and then he came to our studio to finish the track together with us. He is a great producer, we had so much fun in our studio while we were working on the song! At that time we encouraged him to be more active on his TikTok account and now we’re so happy to see he is growing really well on TikTok!
AL365: How does it feel to release on Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings?
Vessbroz: Up until now we released 4 songs, a few remixes, a DJ set, a masterclass and a Sample Pack on Revealed Recordings. They have a super professional and friendly team and they always try their best to be on top of the latest trends/updates. So we’re really happy with them.
AL365: How do you guys usually come up with the production of a track?
Vessbroz: It depends on the project but usually my brother Armia writes a small story on a paper about the overall theme of the song. Then he starts to make that story alive in our music production software (Ableton) and from there we both sit and bring that initial idea to the final version.
In summary Armia takes care of the initial idea, the songwriting and production, I (Arsham) work on the production, sound design, mixing and mastering. When there’s a vocal involved, Armia and the vocalist write the lyrics together and when the vocalist sends us his/her final vocals, I do the vocal editing.
AL365: Were there any artists you listen to for inspiration?
Vessbroz: Yes of course! We listen a lot to The Chainsmokers, David Guetta, The Weeknd and we love 80’s music.
AL365: What’s in store for you this year?
Vessbroz: We are now working on a few collaborations with big artists in the dance industry, next month we have a release on Hexagon Records.
Our plan is to keep releasing one song per month, the same as we did last year. Besides we have several TikTok projects including a TikTok music videos in which we gathered 10 Dutch TikTok influencers to join us in the music video. This is for our song with Future House Music and it is called ‘One Kiss Good Night”.
AL365: What has been your favorite gig so far?
Vessbroz: Our favorite gig was at the Exit Festival in Novi Sad, Serbia. It was in a fantastic location and we had an amazing crowd!
AL365: Which country haven’t you played in but would like to?
Vessbroz: We haven’t played in many countries before but in specific we would really like to play in the USA and Asian countries because the crowd over there matches our style and can go super crazy!