Seriously big one here for Brazil's Danilo Ercole, infact.. we are going to throw it out there and say it's his biggest release to date, and fittingly it lands on non other than Markus Schulz ColdHarbour label (where he has been at home for many years). 'A Man With Two Names' brings in nu-tech sounds and big, bold electro influences through a rolling electric line and a bubbling bottom end, for extra dance-floor power head straight for the Club cut. As if that wasn't enough, wait till you hear 'Quaser', taking the tempo down a little but non of the energy, and adding some beautiful melodies into the mix. Exciting and forward thinking futuristic sounds, also finding their way onto head honchos Schulz' 'Los Angeles 2012' compilation.
Shockingly this is Brazilian Danilo Ercole's debut on Black Hole, a label that seems so perfect for his unique sound that has garnered the support of everyone from Armin, to Emery over the past couple of years. Featuring a catchy topline from Roberta Harrison, which is the backbone of 'Meet You Where You Are', his blend of progressive and tech are met with a fidgety electro bass-line and soaring evolving lead. Ryan Mendoza leads the charge on the remixes with a housier cut which we feel nails the arrangement and will have the biggest crowd reaction, and has a more dynamic genre range. On the flipside, if you are after something deeper head straight for the Amex mix.