MTWAT / TOP BILLIN label creator and Helsinki based Sharkslayer and his friends Ostblockschlampen from Germany are all lovers of heavy, dance floor banging house music and they got together to produce a banger with mad synth lines, big bass and a familiar vocal sample. Whether it be Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Paris or Stockholm, this is your weapon. Dance music rules the nation in 2012 case you didn’t notice, and don’t forget to pass the dutchie.

already played by Crookers, Tommie Sunshine, Party Harders, Botnek, Breakdown, Dooze Jackers, Autodidakt

Rule The Nation (Original Mix)
Released by: My Techno Weighs A Ton
Release/catalogue number: MTWAT019

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Sharkslayer is the alias for Sami Nenola, the creator and co-owner of Europe’s leading party music label, Top Billin. Being familiar with electro, tech-house, ghetto house and dubstep and to mention his love for dancehall & island rhythms, Sharkslayer creates music that’s the sound of now. Attracting the immediate attention major players, Sharkslayer have become an essential in every DJs record box. Major Lazor plays a Sharkslayer trackin their every live show and Sharkslayer has been featured in Essential mixes for BBC Radio 1 and Sinden, Diplo, Drop The Lime Laidback Luke and countless more are constantly dropping his tunes. Even Tiesto has been gettting in on the act, featuring Sharkslayer his DJ sets. Sharkslayer has done work for labels like Trouble & Bass, Dim Mak, Southern Fried, Kitsune, No Brainer, Lektroluv, Man Recordings, Discobelle, Palms Out Sounds, Scattermusic, Yes Yes Records, Traktor, Digital Hardcore (for Atari Teengae Riot!) and more. Besides producing and deejaying he has also time to run his own imprint titled My Techno Weighs A Ton aka MTWAT, that is dedicated to the more bangin sounds of today‚Äôs club music. While Top Billin continues to push the boundaries for forward-thinking party music and ghetto vibed club cuts, MTWAT will make sure to release cutting edge high-powered party music ranging from rave numbers to electro house, dubstep tracks and even jackin house.

RESPECT.