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Dutch Duo Vice Vrsa Continues to Step Up Their Game With Releases and Collaborations

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The Dutch duo Vice Vrsa, consisting of Kasper and Guido, made their way to Lee Jeans’ pop-up studio to share upcoming releases and join the fun on our Take 5 series!

Meet the dynamic Dutch duo Vice Vrsa featuring Kasper and Guido. Sharing the same musical DNA, these brothers were inspired by electronic music. They constantly pushed the boundaries by infusing various sub-genres into their dance tracks. With seven years in the industry, they’ve survived and thrived, hitting the epic milestone of over 10 million streams on Spotify.

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In 2018, Vice Vrsa stepped up their game by launching their music label, Outline Music. Taking the independent route has proven to be a game-changer, opening up a world of fantastic opportunities for the duo. They collaborated with many skilled musicians and artists, crafted remarkable tunes, and maintained a firm grip on their creative process.

Fast forward to 2023, and the duo marked their debut on Panther’s Groove with the release of “Flatline” in collaboration with PØP CULTUR. In an Instagram post on November 24, Vice Vrsa wrote, “When writing the lyrics, we focused on an escape from reality, but after our vision aligned with PØP CULTUR, it became so much more. Sometimes, the absence of lyrics speaks volumes. Hope you get as hypnotized by the vocals as we do.”

Adding to the excitement, Vice Vrsa left fans eagerly anticipating another musical masterpiece as they dropped hints about a second collaboration, this time with Philip Strand, the talented Swedish singer and songwriter.

"We had our first release with him somewhere this year. And his voice is amazing. He's also doing a lot for the bigger artists. Really happy to be working with him."

You can learn a lot about an artist by knowing the artists they look up to. When asked about their musical inspirations, Vice Vrsa unanimously pointed to the Swedish House Mafia as the artists they admire. “They are not afraid of changing the game, so they always try to do something new to take the scene just a little step further,” the two explained.

To learn more about Vice Vrsa, including what historical period they would visit, listen to our full interview below!

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